Kasey Kahne1980-04-10 (age 40)
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Kasey Kahne’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career is effectively over.
Kasey Kahne will sit out this weekend’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race as he continues to deal with issues around heat exhaustion.
Kasey Kahne will sit out the next three Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races as he continues to deal with issues around heat exhaustion.
Kasey Kahne said he’s been dealing with heat exhaustion issues at the end of the NASCAR races since last season but last weekend’s race at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway “was the worst that it’s been.”
Kasey Kahne will not have the opportunity to defend his 2017 Brickyard 400 victory this weekend.
Kasey Kahne’s decision to step away from fulltime NASCAR competition at season’s end didn’t come lightly or quickly.
Just how serious is Kasey Kahne about stepping away from NASCAR? Apparently, very.
Kasey Kahne will retire from full-time NASCAR competition at the end of the year, having turned down an option to continue racing with Cup series outfit Leavine Racing in 2019.
Kasey Kahne leads laps, comes home fourth at Daytona International Speedway for his first top-five finish with Leavine Family Racing.
Kasey Kahne says he was not behind the recent change of his crew chief in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
Kasey Kahne’s new crew chief, Jon Leonard, is ready to “compete with the big boys” and it starts this weekend.
There’s no doubt, Christopher Bell had a career year in 2017.
After a missing last year's Chili Bowl Nationals, Kasey Kahne is thrilled to be heading to Tulsa again.
Kasey Kahne has run the gamut on many of NASCAR’s top teams throughout this Monster Energy Cup Series career, so he has no aversions to a completely fresh start.
Kasey Kahne will have Travis Mack calling the shots on the No. 95 Leavine Family Racing Chevy next season.
The Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolets of Kasey Kahne, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Chase Elliott posted three of the top-five single-lap speeds in final practice on Friday.
On the eve of elimination from the 2017 Monster Energy Cup Series Playoffs, 21 points separate the bottom five drivers entering Dover International Speedway.
Also discussed this week are should post-race celebrations be limited in NASCAR to guard against any possible rules violations?
Kasey Kahne needed a change.
Kasey Kahne will pilot the No. 95 Chevrolet for Leavine Family Racing for the 2018 Monster Energy Cup Series season.
Darian Grubb will take over crew chief duties for the No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports team and Kasey Kahne effective immediately.