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Happy Hour: How should the top 7 drivers attack Kansas?

Kyle Busch won the spring race at Kansas Speedway. (Getty) Welcome to Happy Hour. You can tweet or email us your comments throughout the week for our weekly Thursday fun. Sunday’s race at Kansas marks the halfway point in the Chase. Has it gone by ridiculously quickly for anyone else? And after three 1.5-mile tracks and two one-mile tracks in the first five Chase races, the second half gets a lot more diverse with Martinsville and Talladega sprinkled in.
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