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Kasey Kahne, driver of the #5 HendrickCars.com Chevrolet, met with media and discussed tire wear, vision training how to beat his teammate, and more.
THE MODERATOR: You have an exciting opportunity this weekend for a fan to win a Corvette, talk a little bit about that and coming back to Atlanta.
KASEY KAHNE: I really enjoy racing Atlanta. I enjoy coming here. To have the Hendrickcars.com, you go there and pick my lap time halfway through the race on Sunday, you can win a Corvette. It’s something neat Rick Hendrick did. A lot of people have signed up for it. It’s going to be tough to pick because this place, the lap times change so much as you go. But we’ll see how it ends up. I sure hope someone wins it for sure.
Looking forward to the race. We had a pretty good first practice. Felt like we were pretty good close. Try to qualify up front tonight and get ready for Sunday’s race tomorrow.
THE MODERATOR: We’ll open it up for questioning.
Q. Kasey, how much as
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