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Topic - Kasey Kahne
The first crew chief change of the NASCAR offseason came Monday when Chip Ganassi Racing made a move for Jamie McMurray.
Marcy Scott, the promotion and marketing director at Atlanta Motor Speedway who also worked with several drivers during a long career in NASCAR, died Friday after battling breast cancer. She was 42.
It was just another surreal moment in this disappointing season for defending champion Brad Keselowski.
Kyle Larson can't be goaded into setting an unreasonable expectation for his Sprint Cup debut.
Jeff Gordon is feeling rejuvenated as the NASCAR Sprint Cup season winds down.
Kasey Kahne was frustrated he'd blown his championship chances with a "hardheaded mistake" at New Hampshire, and it boiled over into his brief televised interview that left viewers speculating about his health.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. went from engine failure and a 35th in the Chase opener to leading 17 laps and finishing sixth at New Hampshire.
Ryan Newman used a track-record lap to fuel his run at a championship.
Jeff Gordon was added to the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship Friday when NASCAR chairman Brian France used his power to make an unprecedented expansion to the field after two separate investigations into radio chatter revealed numerous instances of race manipulation.
Five-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson denied any wrongdoing the Chase field-deciding race at Richmond International Raceway over the weekend that has been marred by controversy.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will have a new look during the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship as Hendrick Motorports has finally sold the remaining inventory on his No. 88 Chevrolet.
And then there were five.
Matt Kenseth had old tires, a sputtering gas tank and Kasey Kahne in his rearview mirror in the closing laps of a race for the third time this season. The result was the same as it was in Las Vegas, same as it was in Kansas. Kenseth won again.
Matt Kenseth had old tires, a sputtering gas tank and Kasey Kahne in his rearview mirror in the closing laps of a race for the third time this season.
Two weeks ago, Dale Earnhardt Jr. was sailing along looking like a lock to make it into NASCAR's Chase for the championship, standing fifth in points in one of the most consistent seasons of his career.
"I just screwed up. I was under him and we were really close together and racing hard and you can lose grip pretty easy off of (Turn) 4, and I maybe should have just backed up a little bit," Kahne said. "But I was trying to stay beside him to be there when we got to the next corner. I needed to just give up and get in line and try to pass him later. I didn't want to give up that one spot, and I ended up giving up 30 spots because I was hardheaded and made a hardheaded mistake."
After a third question from Punch, Kahne told him he couldn't hear him and the interview came to an awkward end.