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NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600 won for third time by Kahne

 

Kasey Kahne (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images for NASCARmedia.com)

Kasey Kahne drove to victory Sunday night in the Coca-Cola 600 in Concord, North Carolina.

It is the third win of his career in NASCAR’s longest race and the first as a driver for Hendrick Motorsports.

Kahne took the checkered flag almost five seconds ahead of Denny Hamlin. Kyle Busch finished third and Greg Biffle, the Sprint Cup points leader was fourth.

Kahne is the 16th Hendrick driver to win a race.

Kahne’s win also gave owner Rick Hendrick his 201st Sprint Cup series win.

Danica Patrick became the first woman to drive in the race since Janet Guthrie in 1976. Patrick was five laps down at the end of the race but finished 30th. It was her best finish in three career Sprint Cup races.

Danica’s next Sprint Cup race will be on August 25 at Bristol Motor Speedway,

 

Info compiled from NASCAR Sprint Cup, Radio & TV news

NASCAR RACE #7 PREVIEW: Texas Motor Speedway, tonight at 7 P.M. on FOX

 

Texas Motor Speedway (file photo)

After taking a week off in observance of Easter, the NASCAR Sprint Cup gets back into action for a Saturday night showdown in Fort Worth, Texas, for the SAMSUNG MOBILE 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway on FOX-TV at 7:00 p.m.

Texas Motor Speedway is one of the larger tracks on the circuit with a capacity of 138,122.

The race will consist of 501 miles which is 334 laps on a 1.5-mile length track.

Last year’s winner of the Samsung Mobile 500 was Matt Kenseth, who led 169 of 334 laps for his first win in 77 races.

Roush Fenway Racing garnered four of the first seven finishers with Kenseth, Carl Edwards finishing third, Greg Biffle fourth, and pole-sitter David Ragan seventh.

This track is very fast and the surface was made faster by improvements to the turns.

The track is similar to Atlanta and Concord, North Carolina.

If you need more information on the race or to follow the race online, log onto to TexasMotorSpeedway.com.

Earnhardt’s tank runs empty, Harvick takes advantage to win 600

 

Kevin Harvick 2011 (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images for NASCARmedia.com)

Dale Earnhardt Jr. has not won a NASCAR Sprint Cup race in nearly three years and Sunday night in Concord, North Carolina, it seemed like he was going to “kick the door down” finally.

But in the last half-lap, he ran out of gas and Kevin Harvick took advantage coming out of the final turn to win the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, NASCAR’s longest race of the season.

The win was Harvick’s third win of the season in his Chevrolet.

Earnhardt dropped to seventh place and saw his winless streak go to 105 races.

David Ragan finished second in a Ford, Joey Logano took third followed by Kurt Busch and AJ Allmendinger.

 

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

Kenseth wins Nationwide race at Charlotte Motor Speedway

 

Matt Kenseth was asked to fill-in for Trevor Bayne, who has been sidelined with an inflammatory condition in the Nationwide Series. Only one problem, Kenseth had never driven the new car designed for the series.

No problem at all for Kenseth as he passed teammate Carl Edwards with laps to go and hung on to win the 300-mile race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina.

Matt Kenseth (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images for NASCARmedia.com)

Edwards finished second and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was fourth, to move to within one point of series leader Elliott Sadler. Mark Martin finished third.

 

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

 

Carl Edwards wins NASCAR All-Star Race

 

Carl Edwards (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images for NASCARmedia.com)

Carl Edwards easily won NASCAR’s annual All-Star Race in Concord, North Carolina and claimed the $1 million prize.

He beat Kyle Busch to the checkered flag at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Edwards won three of the four segments in the 100-lap race, but still had one last pit stop and a 10-lap sprint to the finish line before he could win his first All-Star contest.

David Reutimann was third in a Toyota and was followed by Tony Stewart, who turned 40 years old on Friday.

Greg Biffle was fifth, Matt Kenseth was sixth and teammate David Ragan was eighth.

Denny Hamlin finished seventh, Kevin Harvick was ninth and Ryan Newman was 10th.

 

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

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