Four-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon has won a Sprint Cup Series race at every track on the NASCAR circuit except one.

Of the 23 speedways that comprise the current Cup series schedule, Gordon has won at 22 of them. The one exception is Kentucky Speedway which is where NASCAR's top series is racing this weekend. He starts third in the race tonight and if he wins, Gordon will become the first driver in NASCAR history to win at every track on the schedule. Gordon is also the current leader in the drivers point standings.

Starting in the front row ahead of Gordon will be Brad Keselowski who won the pole and his teammate at Penske Racing Joey Logano. Starting behind Gordon are Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick rounding out the top five starters. Harvick beat Keselowski to win the Nationwide Series race at Kentucky on Friday night.

Here is the complete starting order for tonight's race.

In local racing Friday night, Brett Hearn picked up his 6th modified feature win of the season at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway over Marc Johnson, Matt DeLorenzo, Kenny Tremont and Ronnie Johnson. Tim Hartman Jr. won the Sportsman feature and Dan Older scored the victory in the Pro Stock feature.