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Kasey Kahne – At Kentucky I would look for Kasey Kahne to likely be a mid to high-teens driver. Performance wise I think that range is representative of how his teams stacks up against the competition. This season in his “incident free” races at tracks of this length he’s been good having a 10.3 average finish. It should be noted in 2 of the 5 races he had major trouble that led to a poor result. Last year at Kentucky Kahne was a mid-teens driver. In the race he finished 14th, earned the 15th best driver rating and had a 16th place average running position. (Yahoo B Driver)

Ryan Newman – Ryan Newman hasn’t had much success at 1.5 mile tracks this year. He finished 9th at Charlotte, but in the other four events he finished 17th or worse. His lack of success certainly isn’t anything to get excited about but at least his level of performance has increased as the season has progressed. Last year at Kentucky Newman was able to stretch his fuel and as a result he finished 3rd. Over the last quarter of the race he was a consistent top ten performer. Realistically performance wise I would say he was really about 8th place good. (Yahoo B Driver)

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