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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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  • NASCAR visit to Richmond yields numerous storylines to watch

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  • There will be lots more to watch in Richmond than Earnhardt, Johnson and Stewart

    There will be lots more to watch in Richmond than Earnhardt, Johnson and Stewart
    It's a certainty there will be more Dale Earnhardt Jr. fans on hand at Richmond International Raceway on Saturday for the Sprint Cup Series Federated Auto Parts 400 than any of the "5 Drivers to Watch" listed below. And it's entirely possible there will...
  • What's next for Kyle Busch, crew chief?

    Georgetown University guard Fred Brown absent-mindedly threw a pass to North Carolina's James Worthy in the NCAA men's basketball championship game 30 years ago and handed the Tar Heels a championship. Hoyas' coach John Thompson never wavered in his faith...