We stop at Kentucky Speedway this weekend for our annual race in the Bluegrass State with the Quakter State 400 on Saturday night. Kentucky is 1.5-mile tri-oval track that was recently repaved, although the track decided to leave turn 3 alone. So essentially we have a “new Kentucky” in turns 1 and 2 and an “old Kentucky” in turns 3 and 4. Some drivers love it, other drivers hate it. This is another 1.5-mile “cookie cutter” track, though, so you can pretty much expect the same faces up front. With that being said, fuel mileage has come into play here in the past, as Brad Keselowski went to victory lane in 2016 on a gamble call.