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Kasey Kahne, driver of the #5 Farmers Insurance Chevrolet, met with members of the media at Michigan International Speedway and discussed where he is in points with four races remaining before the Chase, how he feels the speeds will be this weekend and more.
TALK ABOUT WHERE YOU SIT RIGHT NOW AS FAR AS THE CHASE IS CONCERNED AND HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT COMING IN THIS WEEK TO MICHIGAN. “We’re still in a pretty good spot from where we’ve been this season. It’s definitely going to go all the way to Richmond I would say as far as who is going to be the wildcard. Right now I feel pretty good about where we are at if we can just keep running well. We got through last weekend’s race without too big of a loss in points or anything like that. We battled a lot last week with some things thrown at us and we were able to still run 13th and were up to 11th around the final laps. I think we’re doing pretty well and that was my toughest track. I enjoy Michigan, and I’m glad we’re back here. We did the ...
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NASCAR driver Mark Martin walked away after a frightening crash in Sunday's Pure Michigan 400 at the Michigan International Speedway.
Martin was leading on lap 64 when Bobby Labonte spun off Turn 4. Martin and Kasey Kahne were caught up in the crash.
Polesitter Mark Martin dominated the first quarter of Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Pure Michigan 400 - until an altercation between Juan Pablo Montoya and Bobby Labonte collected him on Lap 64.
Before Kasey Kahne could slow, he plowed into the rear of Martin's leading No. 55 Toyota and Martin went flying down pit road and slammed driver-side first into the end of a wall in...
BROOKLYN, MI – On lap 68 of the 200-lap Pure Michigan 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, Kasey Kahne and his No. 5 Farmers Insurance Chevrolet avoided a multi-car wreck and slid through the infield grass of Michigan International Speedway. A fast race car, minor repairs by the crew, and 132 laps later, Kahne and the No. 5 team had rallied back to the fourth position as the field...