Kasey Kahne is a bit of an accidental tourist to the NASCAR Chase.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to Richmond, Virginia, this week for the Federated Auto Parts 400. The race Saturday night is the last race before the Chase begins. NASCAR teams will use different strategies in this race, depending on their position in the standings. Show More Summary
By finishing 1-2 at Atlanta, Kasey Kahne and Matt Kenseth secured spots in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. As Kasey Kahne cemented his Chase for the Sprint Cup status by winning the Oral-B USA 500, others saw their playoff fortunes go in the opposite direction. Kahne's ascension into the Chase knocked Clint Bowyer. Show More Summary
It took 325 regularly scheduled laps and two attempts at a green-white-checkered finish, but when all of the late-race drama was over, Kasey Kahne was left celebrating in Victory Lane at Atlanta Motor Speedway with the Oral-B USA 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup trophy. The win was huge for Kahne, who not only earned his [...]
It was Tony Stewart’s return to racing that dominated the headlines before Sunday night’s Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, but it was Kasey Kahne who stole the show — and a berth in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. In a race that went 10 laps beyond its scheduled distance of 325 laps, Kahne surged past Matt Kenseth on the [...]
The cutoff to get into NASCAR's 2014 Chase for The Sprint Cup is looming next week. Sunday's Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway marked the penultimate race before the final 16 in the Chase grid is set. With so many drivers jockeying...Show More Summary
Tony Stewart returned to NASCAR racing Sunday night for the first time since a car driven by Stewart struck and killed a fellow driver who was on foot three weeks ago.
Kasey Kahne is in the Chase. Entering the Oral-B USA 500 directly on the bubble of the Chase for Sprint Cup on Sunday night, the 34-year-old was able to enter Victory Lane after an absolutely wild finish, effectively booking his spot...Show More Summary
HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) — Kasey Kahne grabbed the lead on the restart following a caution with 23 laps remaining and held off Matt Kenseth in a two-lap shootout to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday night.
Three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart returned to racing on Sunday in Atlanta following a three-week absence after his car hit and killed fellow driver Kevin Ward Jr. at a dirt race track in New York on Aug. 9 "I’ve taken...Show More Summary
The weather forecast is significantly better for tonight's Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The weather forecast for tonight's Oral-B USA 500 Sprint Cup race at Atlanta Motor Speedway is looking much improved than it had earlier in the week. Show More Summary
With just two races remaining before the Chase for the Sprint Cup begins, several NASCAR drivers are desperate for one thing—a trip to Victory Lane. Of those competitors, one finally returning to the track is Tony Stewart after a three-race hiatus. Show More Summary
Tony Stewart and Danica Patrick are just two notable NASCAR drivers who need a win in tomorrow’s NASCAR Oral-B USA 500 or next week’s Federated Auto Parts 400 if they’re going to have any chance of making the Chase for the Sprint Cup. You can watch tomorrow’s NASCAR Oral-B USA 500 by following this link.
Scattered showers and storms remain in the forecast this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway for both the Nationwide and Sprint Cup series races. How bad will the rain Showers and thunderstorms continue to be in the weather forecast for Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend. Show More Summary
In case you’re a NASCAR fan living under some kind of rock somewhere, Tony Stewart is back on the NASCAR scene and is set to compete in Sunday night’s Oral-B USA 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Stewart spoke to the media on Friday, making a statement but answering no questions. [...]
Drivers outside the Chase have just two more chances to make it, and their next opportunity will come Sunday night at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series' best will look to conquer the fastest track on the circuit as they vie for supremacy in the Oral-B USA 500. Show More Summary
When Tony Stewart told NASCAR officials that he was ready to return to Sprint Cup racing this weekend in Atlanta, the sanctioning body ultimately did the right thing by reinstating him. There's no question that the last three weeks have...Show More Summary
NASCAR’s new qualifying knockout format—not to mention the quality of his race cars—certainly agrees with Kevin Harvick. Fastest in the qualifying round that counted, the final five-minute session on Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Harvick put his No. Show More Summary
With an assist from Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick sped to the pole in Sprint Cup qualifying Friday. Crediting the return of car owner and teammate Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick took the pole position with a speed of 190.398 miles per hour...Show More Summary
If Tony Stewart wins Sunday at Atlanta or Sept. 6 at Richmond, he's going to make the Chase for the Sprint Cup. That was confirmed by NASCAR President Mike Helton, who said Friday that Stewart would be granted a waiver to remain Chase-eligible...Show More Summary