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Kasey Kahne celebrates at NHMSA strategy filled afternoon in New Hampshire put Kasey Kahne in victory lane at the end of the race. Kahne won his second race of the season and put himself in the first wild card position. Kahne said to make the chase he “need(s) to stay after it.” This win was definitely a momentum builder for Kahne and will help him come chase time. Rain threatened but never arrived at the Magic Mile.Pole-sitter Kyle Busch led all the laps until the first round of green-flag pit stops began on lap 60. Busch had a slow stop and then received a speeding penalty. That put Busch in 22nd position. Busch’s Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Denny Hamlin then assumed the lead after pit stops. The first caution of the day came out on lap 89 when debris was spotted on the track. Jeff Gordon did not pit and he took over as race leader followed by Hamlin, Johnson, Kahne and Earnhardt Jr. Hamlin would soon take the lead from Gordon.Hendrick dominance was present in the race and on lap 98...
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