The rain-delayed NASCAR Camping World Series trucks race is expected to start no sooner than noon and possibly as late as 2 today at Kansas Speedway.
Orginally, the race was to resume at 10 a.m., but morning rain has pushed back the start. Once the rain completely stops, it will take about two-and-a-half hours to dry the track.
The race was stopped after 52 laps on Saturday with Mike Skinner in the lead.
The gates are open at Kansas Speedway; fans are required to show Saturday’s ticket to re-enter.
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The race also will be shown live on SPEED.