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Hamlin salvages season with Homestead victory

By Bob Pockrass (SportingNews.com, Nov. 17, 2013) — HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Both Denny Hamlin and crew chief Darian Grubb were going to be miserable going into the offseason. Granted, they wanted the 2013 season to end. But they also had not accomplished any of their goals. They salvaged something out of the disappointing year Sunday as Hamlin […]

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Wallace Jr. makes NASCAR history with victory

By Nate Ryan (USA Today, Oct. 26 2013) MARTINSVILLE, Va. – Becoming the second African-American driver to win a NASCAR national series race was a triumph of patience for Darrell Wallace Jr. He hopes it’s also worth the wait for a sport that has spent much of the past decade trying to diversify a traditionally lily-white […]

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Kahne takes Pocono victory

By Reid Spencer (NASCAR.com, Aug. 4, 2013) — LONG POND, Pa. — Taking advantage of a caution, Kasey Kahne buried his car into Turn 1 with two laps left and grabbed a win from Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jeff Gordon in Sunday’s GoBowling.com 400 at Pocono Raceway. Kahne picked up his second victory of the season […]

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I’m a Runner: Kasey Kahne

By Meghan G. Loftus (Runners World, July 31, 2013) — The NASCAR driver from Mooresville, North Carolina, enjoys the feeling he gets from racing cars and running: Kasey, in his own words, describes his love for running: I love adrenaline. I get that driving—but it’s nice to feel it on my feet, too. You can […]

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Kahne clinches first Bristol win

By Seth Livingstone (NASCAR News Service, March 17, 2013).  BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kasey Kahne checked Bristol Motor Speedway off his bucket list, winning for the first time in 19 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series attempts after a heated duel with Brad Keselowski. “This is one of those tracks that, as a driver, you feel like you […]

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Ray Evernham’s modern NASCAR Belvedere at SEMA

By Jen Dunnaway (Hotrod.com, Oct. 31, 2012). Former Sprint Cup Championship crew chief and team owner Ray Evernham had dreamed of building a classic stock car on a 21st-century NASCAR chassis, and he knew the ’64 Plymouth Belvedere was the perfect candidate. Richard Petty won the 1964 Daytona 500 in one of these during a […]