Kasey Kahne posted a lap of 183.109 mph and failed to advance to the second round of qualification. He will line up 26th on Sunday in the Crown Royal Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard.
Kasey Kahne became the second casualty of Kentucky Speedway practice on the newly repaved and reconfigured surface. He slapped the wall much harder than Brad Keselowski, but the team will attempt to fix the car and stay with the primary.
Kasey Kahne finished ninth in the Toyota / Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway, which was his fourth consecutive top-10 on this track.
Kasey Kahne’s first five races with Hendrick Motorsports at Michigan International Speedway showcased a lot of inconsistency but some solid run. He finished in the 30s twice, top-fives twice, and seventh once. He lost his strength in the past three races, but gained consistency.
Kasey Kahne was hit with a penalty from NASCAR early in the Axalta We Paint Winners 400 at Pocono, but rebounded to finish sixth at Pocono Raceway after starting among the top 12 in 11th. He was one of three Hendrick Motorsports drivers to finish in the top 10.
Kasey Kahne has earned four top-10s this season. His last two successes were fourth-place finishes at Richmond International Raceway and again last week at Dover International Speedway.
From NBC's Dustin Long: NASCAR docked Kasey Kahne 15 points, fined crew chief Keith Rodden $25,000 and took 15 points away from Rick Hendrick in the owners standings for a P3 violation found after last weekend’s race at Dover International Speedway.
Kasey Kahne entered the AAA 400 Drive for Autism weekend with back-to-back top-10s at Dover International Speedway. Last year he finished fourth in the spring race and was sixth in the fall. He was not around the leaders all afternoon this week, but he surged when it mattered and finished fourth on Sunday.
Kasey Kahne was one of the big names failing to advance to the second round of qualification for the GoBowling.com 400 at Kansas. With a speed of 187.149 mph, he will line up 27th Saturday night.
Kasey Kahne does not have a lot of success in 2016, but what little does have was earned on the similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks. He enters the GoBowling.com 400 at Kansas Speedway with back-to-back top-10s at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and Texas Motor Speedway.
When Dale Earnhardt Jr. spun into Kasey Kahne and Michael Annett, he was the first driver to wreck, but was far from the last. By the end of the Geico 500 at Talladega SuperSpeedway, 87.5 percent of the field had been impacted by crash damage.
Kasey Kahne finished fourth in the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway to score his first top-five in his last 14 starts. Notably, this was only his second top-five in his last 32 attempts and all three of his recent top-fives were fourth-place finishes.
Kasey Kahne was notably fast in final practice for the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway. His top speed of 120.622 mph was only 0.042 seconds behind teammate Jimmie Johnson.
AARP Foundation’s Drive to End Hunger campaign will continue its relationship with 11-time Sprint Cup Series champions Hendrick Motorsports (HMS) with a one-year contract extension.