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Goodyear tire info for Kansas Speedway

Dave Burns and Nate Ryan get ready for the final race in the Round of 12 at Kansas Speedway. Who is under the most pressure and is Ryan Blaney now a championship contender after his win at Talladega?

Cup and Xfinity Series team continue their respective playoffs this weekend with a visit to Kansas Speedway.

Both series will visit the 1.5-mile track with the same tire codes on each side of the car.

The left-side tire code will be new for Cup teams at Kansas. Both right and left-side tires codes are new for Xfinity Series teams at Kansas. They feature a construction update on both sides of the car and move from a multi-zone tread on the right-side to a single zone tread compound, compared to last year.

The right-side code has been used by both series this season at Kentucky, Las Vegas, Michigan and Texas.

“What we have seen Kansas over the past several races is that the track surface has weathered a bit and will wear tires,” Greg Stucker, Goodyear’s director of racing, said in a press release. “This right-side tire is also designed to lay rubber, so that will lead to the track changing throughout the weekend as multiple racing grooves are created.”

Here is the tire info for this weekend at Kansas.

Set limits: Cup: Three sets for practice, one set for qualifying and 10 sets for the race (nine race sets plus one set transferred from qualifying or practice);
Xfinity: Seven sets for the event

Tire Codes: Left-side -- D-4942; Right-side -- D-4796

Tire Circumference: Left-side -- 2,225 mm (87.60 in.); Right-side -- 2,251 mm (88.62 in.)
Minimum Recommended Inflation: Left Front - 22 psi; Left Rear - 22 psi; Right Front -- 52 psi; Right Rear -- 50 psi