Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 200

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Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 200
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NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series
VenueKansas Speedway
LocationKansas City, Kansas, United States
Corporate sponsorBlue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief
First race2001
Distance250.5 miles (403.1 km)
Laps167 (Stage 1: 40 Stage 2: 40 Stage 3: 87)
Previous namesO'Reilly Auto Parts 250 (2001–2011)
SFP 250 (2012–2014)
Toyota Tundra 250 (2015–2017)
37 Kind Days 250 (2018)[1]
Digital Ally 250 (2019)[2]
Most wins (driver)Matt Crafton (3)
Most wins (team)Kyle Busch Motorsports
ThorSport Racing (4)
Most wins (manufacturer)Toyota (9)
Circuit information
SurfaceAsphalt
Length1.5 mi (2.4 km)
Turns4

The Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 200 is a NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race held at the Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas. The race consists of 134 laps, 201 miles (323 km).[3] The inaugural race was run on July 7, 2001, and was won by Ricky Hendrick.[4]

In 2020, the race was ran twice as a double header race due to the schedule changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic[5].

Past winners[edit]

Year Date No. Driver Team Manufacturer Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Laps Miles (km)
2001 July 7 17 Ricky Hendrick Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:00:09 125.094
2002 July 6 16 Mike Bliss Xpress Motorsports Chevrolet 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:03:43 121.487
2003 July 5 50 Jon Wood Roush Racing Ford 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:11:33 114.253
2004 July 3 99 Carl Edwards Roush Racing Ford 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:21:48 105.994
2005 July 2 30 Todd Bodine Germain Racing Toyota 170* 255 (410.382) 2:10:23 117.346
2006 July 1 10 Terry Cook ppc Racing Ford 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:14:42 111.581
2007 April 28 99 Erik Darnell Roush Fenway Racing Ford 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:00:49 124.405
2008 April 26 33 Ron Hornaday Jr. Kevin Harvick Inc. Chevrolet 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:22:02 105.82
2009 April 25/27* 5 Mike Skinner Randy Moss Motorsports Toyota 132* 198 (318.65) 2:08:11 92.68
2010 May 2 13 Johnny Sauter ThorSport Racing Chevrolet 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:15:29 110.936
2011 June 4 2 Clint Bowyer Kevin Harvick Inc. Chevrolet 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:04:32 120.691
2012 April 21 31 James Buescher Turner Motorsports Chevrolet 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:04:06 121.112
2013 April 20 88 Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing Toyota 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:25:53 103.028
2014 May 9 51 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:20:25 107.039
2015 May 8 88 Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing Toyota 167 250.5 (403.14) 1:47:31 139.875
2016 May 6 9 William Byron Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 170* 255 (410.382) 2:21:00 108.511
2017 May 12 51 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:18:34 108.468
2018 May 11 18 Noah Gragson Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 167 250.5 (403.14) 1:52:03 134.137
2019 May 10 45 Ross Chastain Niece Motorsports Chevrolet 167 250.5 (403.14) 2:01:41 123.517
2020* July 24 16 Austin Hill Hattori Racing Enterprises Toyota 134 201 (323.477) 1:35:27 126.349
July 25 88 Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing Ford 134 201 (323.477) 1:58:13 102.016
  • 2005 and 2016: Race extended due to a NASCAR Overtime finish.
  • 2009: Race stopped after 61 laps on Saturday before postponing to Monday due to rain. NASCAR could not run the race Sunday because of the Indy Racing League features Sunday. When the race returned on Monday, the race was officially called after 132 laps due to rain.
  • 2020: Race postponed from May 30 to July 24 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[6] A second race, the e.p.t. 200, was created and held the next day to form a Truck doubleheader. The second race replaced the Camping World 225 at Chicagoland Speedway.[7][8] The race distance was changed from one 250-mile race to two 201-mile races to accommodate both events.

Multiple winners (drivers)[edit]

# Wins Team Years Won
3 Matt Crafton 2013, 2015, 2020 (1 of 2)
2 Kyle Busch 2014, 2017

Multiple winners (teams)[edit]

# Wins Team Years Won
4 Kyle Busch Motorsports 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
ThorSport Racing 2010, 2013, 2015, 2020 (1 of 2)
3 Roush Fenway Racing 2003, 2004, 2007
2 Kevin Harvick Inc. 2008, 2011

Manufacturer wins[edit]

# Wins Make Years Won
9 Japan Toyota 2005, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020 (1 of 2)
7 United States Chevrolet 2001, 2002, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2019
5 United States Ford 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2020 (1 of 2)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wilson, Steven B. (May 3, 2018). "Kansas Speedway Partners With 37KindDays.Org For 37 Kind Day 250". Speedway Digest. Retrieved May 3, 2018.
  2. ^ "Digital Ally Sponsoring Kansas Weekend". Motor Racing Network. April 17, 2019. Retrieved April 17, 2019.
  3. ^ "2013 SFP 250". Jayski.com. Retrieved April 20, 2013.
  4. ^ "2001 O'Reilly Auto Parts 250". Racing-Reference.info. USA Today Sports Media Group. Retrieved April 20, 2013.
  5. ^ "NASCAR unveils schedule updates through Aug. 2 | NASCAR". Official Site Of NASCAR. 2020-06-04. Retrieved 2020-07-25.
  6. ^ Rosen, Jeff (May 14, 2020). "Late-May NASCAR race postponed at Kansas Speedway. New date will be announced later". The Kansas City Star. Retrieved July 23, 2020.
  7. ^ "NASCAR announces next installment in return to racing schedule". NASCAR.com. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. June 4, 2020.
  8. ^ "Nascar Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series Races At Kansas Speedway Brings Aboard Entitlement Partners". Kansas Speedway (Press release). July 23, 2020. Retrieved July 23, 2020.


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