The NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series heads to Kansas Speedway this weekend.
As the main support series in the week's schedule, it should draw some attention this time around.
Here is how the 2019 Digital Ally 250 could turn out.
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How to Watch
What: Digital Ally 250
Where: Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, KS
When: Friday, May 10th at 8:30 PM EST
How: FS1 (TV) | Motor Racing Network (Web radio)
Favorites to Win the 2019 Digital Ally 250
Matt Crafton has started every Truck Series race at Kansas.
The veteran driver is a two-time winner there.
The two-time champion had a run at Kansas of two wins and two second place finishes from 2013 to 2016.
Crafton failed to finish inside the top 5 for the last two starts, but he is still the favorite.
He currently sits sixth in the points standings.
The ThorSport driver has four top 5 and five top 10 finishes through six races this season.
Crafton's longtime teammate Johnny Sauter is also a good pick.
Back with ThorSport for 2019, Sauter is the other previous winner at Kansas taking the green flag.
The 2016 champion has an impressive six top 5 finishes, with one additional top 10, in 11 starts.
Sauter has five consecutive top 10 results this season and is fresh off a win at Dover.
Completing the ThorSport trio is Grant Enfinger.
The third-year driver only has two starts at Kansas in the trucks, with a best finish of 8th place.
The former ARCA champion has a good career record at the track, however.
In six ARCA starts, Enfinger scored four 3rd place finishes.
The ThorSport driver is currently first in points, with four top 5 and five top 10 finishes through six races.
His worst result this season was an 11th place at Atlanta.
Outside Picks for the 2019 Digital Ally 250
With no Cup Series regulars, this is a great chance to go for a dark horse.
Three drivers in particular are worth considering.
Former championship leader Stewart Friesen's first series win is seemingly getting closer.
The Canadian driver has two runs of consecutive top 5 finishes this season.
Friesen recently matched his career high with a runner-up at Texas, a repeat from last season.
He finished third at Kansas in 2018.
Jack-of-all-trades Sheldon Creed is another solid pick.
The GMS driver sealed his ARCA championship last season with a win at the track.
While Creed has never raced at Kansas in trucks, he could show up as a contender.
Series rookie Harrison Burton is also worth keeping an eye on.
Burton impressed last year with six top 10 finishes in eight starts.
His form hasn't been as good this season, with only three top 10 and a best result of 3rd.
However, he has a second place finish at Kansas in one ARCA start.
Driving for powerhouse Kyle Busch Motorsports, Burton could bounce back.
2019 Digital Ally 250 Odds
The odds will be updated as they are made available