Cody Ware – Cody Ware has finished better in each new Kansas start which is encouraging, but his last three results are 31st (fall 2021), 36th (spring 2021) and 40th (spring 2019) aren’t exactly results to get excited about. This spring at Las Vegas, Cody Ware finished 26th and had a 28.2 average running position.
JJ Yeley – At Kansas, JJ Yeley will be piloting the #15. Yeley has finished better in each new start of his this year, so let’s hope that trend continues. That said, he’s basically done a lot of “wild” races, so you can’t read into it too much. Yeley’s four results this year are 23rd (Darlington), 25th (Talladega), 30th (Bristol Dirt) and 34th (Martinsville). At Kansas, Yeley hasn’t raced there since fall 2020 and in that event he finished 30th. Overall in 3 of his last 4 Kansas starts he’s finished between 30th and 31st.
Josh Bilicki – At Kansas, prepare for the worst with Josh Bilicki. Over his last three Kansas races his average finish is 35.6. In 2021, Bilicki’s Kansas results were 33rd and 39th. This spring, Bilicki raced at Las Vegas, the most similar track and at that venue he finished 29th and had a 31.1 average running position.
BJ McLeod – BJ McLeod and the #78 team are struggling, and I mean struggling! Since Phoenix minus superspeedways, McLeod’s finished between 32nd to 36th every race. In the last three races held at non-superspeedways he’s had DNF’s due to brakes, brakes and handling! Not good! This spring at Las Vegas, McLeod finished 28th and had a 31.9 average running position. In 2021 at Kansas, McLeod had results of 30th and 31st.