KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Kansas Speedway might be the best place for Greg Biffle to cool off after a hot and miserable weekend in Charlotte.
Less than 20 laps into last week's Coca Cola 600, Biffle reported that his cooling system was pumping scalding hot air into his helmet and burning the side of his head.
Biffle's car was among the strongest in the field and he managed to salvage a 13th-place finish.
If Biffle can bring another fast car to the 1.5-mile track Sunday, history suggests the No. 16 Ford could be the among the ones to beat.
Biffle sports the top driver rating at Kansas of anyone in the field. Biffle has won twice here, including last fall when he took first to pull himself out of a deep hole in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.

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