Kyle Busch picked the wrong time to run out of fuel as Ricky Stenhouse Jr. passed him on the final corner to win the Kansas Lottery 300 on Saturday. It was the sixth win for Stenhouse in 2012 and cut point-leader Elliott Sadler's lead to just six markers with three races remaining. Sadler finished fourth on Saturday. Austin Dillon also gained some ground on Sadler and finished in second place.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver introductions begin at 12:30 p.m. ET on Sunday and the Hollywood Casino 400 starts at 1 p.m. ET. The entire event will be broadcast on Speed TV.
There are only four races remaining for Sadler to increase his lead, which was cut in half after Saturday's race. Three of the four races take place on 1.5-mile long tracks: the Kansas Speedway, the Texas Motor Speedway and the Homestead-Miami Speedway. Sadler triumphed at the other raceway in Phoenix earlier this spring.