NASCAR trucks #60, driven by Jack Sprague, and #14, driven by Rick Crawford, pace each other during a practice run.
NASACAR truck driver Todd Bodine takes time to sign autographs before practice.
The weekend started early Friday at the Kansas Speeday. Spectators filled the infield with mobile homes and set up camp.
Scott Elmfuer from Coista Mesa, California, tunes the motor Terry Cook's truck.
Glen Moore of Linn Valley, Kansas shows off his picture of IRL's Danica Patrick.
SUNOCO Fuel man Brad Mundschau from Wisconson fills gas cans with high-octane gas while wearing a fire suit.
Jeff Davis, tire man for Mike Skinner's truck, checks the air pressure before qualifying trials.
NASCAR truck driver Robert Richardson, left, signs a autograph for Gene Williams of Otis, Kansas.
Duane Barnes of Independence, Missouri, balances one of the many Goopdyear tires used on the NASCAR trucks.
Bryan Herta of Valencia, California , comes into the pits Friday after posting a track time of 168.766 mph to lead the board.
Crews members push Bryan Herta's car into the garage at the Kansas Speedway.
Todd Bodine talks to his crew about the excessive tire wear after the second round of practice.
Indy Racing League driver Danica Patrick talks with the media at Kansas Speedway. While still a popular attraction on the IRL circuit, Patrick admitted Friday she misses the overwhelming attention heaped on her
during her rookie campaign in 2005.
Craftsman Truck Series driver Mike Skinner walks from the garage at Kansas Speedway after recording the fastest qualifying time for the O'Reilly Auto Parts 250. Skinner won the pole Friday with a time of 31.437 seconds.
Danica Patrick talks with media Friday afternoon about her ups and downs and what she expects for this season.