Kasey Kahne isn't ready to declare the Chase for the Sprint Cup title a two-man race between Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski just yet.
That wouldn't make sense with the way Kahne is running now, his spot in the standings and the tracks that remain for the final three races.
Kahne still thinks that he and his No. 5 HendrickCars.comGreat Clips Chevrolet still have a chance to win a title in his first year with Hendrick Motorsports.
"I'll leave the other teams and their performances to them," Kahne said. "As far as myself and my team, there are three really good tracks for us remaining. We've run well at them. We have to try and capitalize and run as well as we can. It would be great to get a win and try and get as many points as we can. We still feel like we have a shot."
While some Chase drivers have run themselves out of title contention, Kahne isn't one of them. He hasn't won a Chase race, but he's finished in the top eight in five of the seven Chase races and his worst fini...