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PLAYERS: Kasey Kahne
Kasey Kahne (photo courtesy of NASCAR Media) Kasey Kahne’s relationship with Turner Motorsports that already includes a part-time Nationwide Series schedule behind the wheel of the organization’s No. 38 entry in that series has been expanded to include Camping World Truck Series competition. Kahne is slated to drive a No. 4 truck for Turner Motorsports at Rockingham Speedway on April 15. “The momentum behind this race just took another big leap forward with the addition of Kasey Kahne to our driver line-up and Rockwell Tools to our partner list,” Rockingham Speedway President Andy Hillenberg said. “Kasey and Rockwell both understand what this race means to stock car racing fans and are both contributing their support in a major way.” The upcoming Truck Series race at Rockingham will be the first NASCAR national-level event at the track since 2004. “As soon as I heard that NASCAR was adding the Rockingham truck race to the schedule, I wanted to run it,” Kahne said. “I think it is gre...
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