Originally posted on Rubbings Racing  |  Last updated 3/17/13
Photo Credit: Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images By: Toby Christie – Follow on Twitter @Tobalical Kasey Kahne was the last man standing when the dust settled on the 2013 Food City 500 at Bristol. The race was intense, and it was one that saw the yellow flag fly a total of 10 times for 60 of the 500 laps. Kahne led a total of 107 laps on the day (Only Denny Hamlin who led 119 laps led more) en route to his 15th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory. For Kahne its a very special day because this is his first-ever win at Bristol Motor Speedway, a place he has always hoped to go to victory lane at. “Feels really good to win at this place.  Such a tough track over the years. My first time here in 2002 was just something I couldn’t believe the way that you drove, as hard as you drove here, the way things happen so quickly.  To win a Sprint Cup race here feels really good,” an ecstatic Kahne said. For Kahne, he had a very rough first two races of the year, but a second place finish last week in Las
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