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April 21st, 2013
Matt Kenseth held off a late challenge from Kasey Kahne to take his second NASCAR Sprint Cup victory of the year at Kansas Speedway. Polesitter Kenseth dominated much of the race in his Joe Gibbs Toyota, leading 163 of the 267 laps. He was untouchable until almost half-distance, when divergent pit and tyre strategies among a number of yellows jumbled the lead pack.
August 18th, 2012
Kasey Kahne says he is not counting on having a place in this year’s Chase despite currently being the leading candidate to claim a wildcard entry into the play-off. The Hendrick Motorsports drivers is currently 11th in the standings, almost a full race win in points away from breaking into the top 10, but the victories he claimed at Charlotte and Loudon make him the leader in the wildcard standings. The top 10 drivers in points after 26 races automatically qualify for the championship play-off, while two extra spots are available for drivers with the most victories and placed between 11th and 20th in the championship.
March 10th, 2012
Kasey Kahne claimed his first pole position for Hendrick Motorsports by setting the pace in qualifying for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Las Vegas. The 31-year-old, who has endured a tough start to his season, pipped local Kyle Busch to pole by 62 thousandths of a second with a record-setting lap at an average speed of 190.456 mph.
July 31st, 2011
Kasey Kahne says it would be a ‘dream’ for him to race in IndyCar as he ponders the possibility of running for the US $5 million prize up for grabs for guest drivers in the IndyCar Series season finale at Las Vegas. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race winner is in the shortlist of drivers who could potentially take on the challenge of beating the IndyCar regulars in October at the 1.5-mile track. The 31-year-old, one of NASCAR’s most popular drivers, says there are still plenty of issues to iron out in order for him to go ahead with his wish of entering the event
May 7th, 2011
Kasey Kahne claimed pole position for Saturday night’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, by setting a new track record at Darlington Raceway. The Red Bull Racing driver bumped Hendrick Motorsports’ Jeff Gordon from the top spot with a lap time of 27.131 seconds at an average speed of 181.254 mph
April 30th, 2011
Kasey Kahne expects to put his recent knee issues behind him after undergoing yet another operation on his right knee a couple of weeks ago. Last November the Red Bull Racing driver had arthroscopic surgery on both knees in order to remove tissue that had been causing him discomfort, having been diagnosed with Plica Syndrome
November 20th, 2010
Kasey Kahne claimed his first pole position at the wheel of a Red Bull Racing Toyota, while Jimmie Johnson beat his title rivals in qualifying for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup season finale at Homestead. In only his fifth outing at the wheel of the #83 Camry, Kahne was able to make the most of the improving track conditions late in qualifying to beat the standing benchmark set by last week’s winner Carl Edwards. His lap of 30.525 seconds was at an average speed of 176.904mph
October 22nd, 2010
Kasey Kahne (left) and Jeff Burton suddenly have a lot of things in common. Both drivers have left teams early during their careers in order to get a head start on the upcoming season.
October 22nd, 2010
Kasey Kahne (left) stands with Richard Petty during the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
October 21st, 2010
Kasey Kahne will finish the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season with Red Bull, starting with Martinsville next weekend, the team has announced. Kahne was released from his driving duties by Richard Petty Motorsports on Wednesday night after a fall-out between the two parties last Saturday during the fifth round of the Chase, where Kahne crashed following brake issues.
October 21st, 2010
Kasey Kahne has been released from driving duties by Richard Petty Motorsports, the Sprint Cup Series outfit announced Wednesday night. The 30-year-old will depart his current team sooner than expected after a fallout with his squad after last Saturday’s race at Charlotte. His #9 Ford was driven to the checkered flag by JJ Yeley following mid-repairs after Kahne crashed against the wall and into Sam Hornish’s Penske Dodge
October 5th, 2010
WALL BANGER: Denny Hamlin (11) avoids a spinning Kasey Kahne during Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Price Chopper 400 at Kansas Speedway. (Don Figler Photo) KANSAS CITY, Kan.
October 1st, 2010
Kasey Kahne led a Richard Petty Motorsports sweep of the front row at Kansas Speedway Friday afternoon. (HHP/Alan Marler Photo) KANSAS CITY, Kan.— Kasey Kahne certainly isn’t driving like someone about to switch race teams.
September 25th, 2009
Kasey Kahne is not concerned by the engine issues that left him out of contention at Loudon last weekend, sending him to the back of NASCAR’s Chase standings. The Richard Petty Motorsports Dodge driver retired from the first race of the play-off last week during the early laps of the event due to an engine failure which his team determined was caused by a failing crankshaft. Although the issue was the second one for Kahne during the year it was the first for him and his team during a race, and it came shortly after RPM announced it was switching to Ford power for 2010 following the acquisition of Yates Racing