Found March 18, 2013 on Captain Thunder Racing:
PLAYERS: Kasey KahneJeff Gordon
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photo credit:  getty images KERRY THARP:  We have our race winner for today's 53rd annual Food City 500 here at Bristol Motor Speedway.  What a great showing he put on here today.  That's Kasey Kahne.  He's joined by his crew chief, Kenny Francis.             This is Kasey's 15th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win, your first here at Bristol.  Congratulations on winning here at Bristol Motor Speedway.  You jumped seven spots in the points standings today.  You're up to seventh.  Quite a day.  Certainly coming off last week's performance, you could have won out there at Las Vegas, too.             KASEY KAHNE:  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.             We had an awesome Great Clips Chevy SS throug
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