Kasey Kahne's Texas victory
Topics: Samsung / RadioShack 500, Kasey Kahne
April 14, 2006
www.bookemdirect.com Feel free to reprint this article in its entirety on your site, make sure to leave all links in place and do not modify any of the content. ">The Motor racing driver Kahne will turn 26 this next Monday, but he already threw an incredible celebration on Sunday, having no chance of repeating the racing runner-up finish he had in Texas during his rookie season.
Kahne’s victory lane at the Samsung / RadioShack 500 at Texas Motor Speedway, where he crossed the finish line 5.229 seconds ahead of Matt Kenseth for the second-largest margin of victory at the Motor Speedway. Kahne passed driver Tony Stewart with 27 laps remaining and pulled away for a well achieved victory, becoming the 11th driver in 11 Cup races at the 1.5-mile oval.
Jimmie Johnson, the motor racing points leader was two laps down after some early handling problems, but came back keeping this leadership, basically 15 points ahead of driver Kahne.
Along, the motor race there were some incidents like the one Biffle suffered, when he got knocked out after being bumped from behind by Kurt Busch on lap 83. The impact damaged the safety barrier in turn 3 and some repairs were required during the 10-minute red flag.
About the Author Alfred Johnson provides all sports fans with the most recent a up to date news information in the sports world. Mr. Johnson has been an exceptional article writer for www.bookemdirect.com Feel free to reprint this article in its entirety on your site, make sure to leave all links in place and do not modify any of the content.
|Connect with The Crittenden Automotive Library|