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Kasey Kahne

Kasey Kahne is a race car driver in the Sprint Cup Series, the NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. He drives the #4 Red Bull Toyota Camry for Red Bull Racing Team and the #38 Great Clips Chevy Impala for Turner Motorsports. Kahne won the USAC National Midget Series in 2000 and the Sprint All-Star Race XXIV in 2008. In 2004, he was named Rookie of the Year for NASCAR Nextel Cup.
Kasey Kahne is a race car driver in the Sprint Cup Series, the NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. He drives the #4 Red Bull Toyota Camry for Red Bull Racing Team and the #38 Great Clips Chevy Impala for Turner Motorsports. Kahne won the USAC National Midget Series in 2000 and the Sprint All-Star Race XXIV in 2008. In 2004, he was named Rookie of the Year for NASCAR Nextel Cup. « Show less

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  • CEO puts on positive spin

    When the biggest news in the offseason is an announcement that NASCAR will no longer keep fines to teams and drivers hush-hush, the sport appears in strong shape for the long run of 2012 that begins shortly in Daytona Beach. Nothing is broken, so why try...
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  • Waltrip gearing up to rewrite history

    Michael Waltrip will make a historic run in this year's Daytona 500. He will make his 75th start on the fabled superspeedway — the most of any driver — on Feb. 26. He will drive the No. 40 Aaron's Dream Machine Toyota for Aaron Racing. "When...
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  • From afterthought to Chase favorite

    It has been an incredible run for Tony Stewart, who has risen from the ranks of a competitive afterthought to the driver to beat in the Chase for the Championship. Two victories in two weeks has much to do with that. "It's huge," Stewart said after...
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