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Many people think the Chase of the Sprint Cup championship is down to two guys. They think it’s now a race between Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski and aren’t giving Clint Bowyer or Kasey Kahne much of a chance. But if I had to choose one guy out of that four not named Johnson to win the title, it’s Kahne.
I think Kahne can not only head to Miami second in the championship, but he can win the Cup this year. The series goes to two very good tracks the next two weeks for Kahne before the finale in Homestead.
Back in April, Texas was the track that got Kahne going on a tear of a run to get him to where he is today. After six straight races to start the year off with no top 10′s and a best finish of 14th, Kahne found himself buried deep in the standings in 31st place.
At Texas, Kahne had a strong car and with a seventh place finish gave the No. 5 team the momentum they needed. The strong night would propel him to seven straight top 10 finishes, including a win in the Coca-Cola 600 at ...
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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...
If Clint Bowyer or Kasey Kahne can capture the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship, they will have made history. The title would be the largest deficit anyone made up with three races remaining since Dale Earnhardt did it in 1990. Bowyer and Kahne sit 26 and 29 points behind points leader Jimmie Johnson respectively and have a decent chance at chasing down history.
Kasey Kahne wheeled his HendrickCars.com Chevrolet to a third place finish in Sunday’s TUMS Fast Relief 500 from the Martinsville Speedway. Here he talks to the media after the race. Video courtesy of NASCAR Media Group.
Michael Waltrip Racing's Clint Bowyer and Hendrick Motorsports' Kasey Kahne are not bothered by the notion of calling the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup a two-driver race between leader Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski.
Bowyer, who trails Johnson by 26 points, and Kahne, who trails by 29, head to Texas Motor Speedway looking for a strong result in Sunday's AAA...
Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth is calling this weekend’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AAA Texas 500 festivities the “Wild Asphalt Circus.” While the action on the track is sure to be wild, new Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship points leader Jimmie Johnson hopes it’s anything but a circus.Johnson heads to the 1.5-mile oval first in the standings by a mere two points...