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2004 Kasey Kahne Bristol Fast Facts No. 38 Great Clips Dodge Intrepid

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2004 Kasey Kahne Bristol Fast Facts
No. 38 Great Clips Dodge Intrepid
RACE: Sharpie Professional 250
SERIES: NASCAR Busch Series
TRACK: Bristol Motor Speedway
DATE: Saturday, March 27
TRACK LENGTH: .533-mile high-banked concrete oval
DEGREES OF BANKING: 36-degree banking in turns
16-degree banking on frontstretch and backstretch
LENGTH OF FRONTSTRETCH: 650 feet

RACE INFORMATION
TIME: 1 p.m. EST
LENGTH: 250 laps, 133.25 miles
BROADCAST INFORMATION: TV: FOX
RADIO: PRN
LAST YEAR'S RACE WINNER: Kevin Harvick
LAST YEAR'S POLE WINNER: David Green
(15.69 seconds)

Notes:
  • The running of the Sharpie Professional 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway will be the fourth time Kasey has competed at the .533-mile high-banked concrete oval.
  • The Great Clips team is taking chassis # 49 to Bristol, which is a new car that has not raced before.
  • The Great Clips team sits in 17th position in the NASCAR Busch Series point standings. Last weekend at Darlington Raceway, Kasey started second and finished 11th in the Diamond Hill Plywood 200.
  • Kasey's results at Bristol Motor Speedway
    YEAR RACE START FINISH TEAM
    2003 Food City 250 (Fall) 27th 14th Akins Motorsports/No. 38 Great Clips Ford
    2003 Channellock 250 (Spring) 7th 13th* Akins Motorsports/No. 38 Great Clips Ford
    2002 Food City 250 (Fall DNQ Robert Yates Racing/No. 98 Channellock Ford
    2002 Channellock 250 (Spring) 28th 32nd Robert Yates Racing/No. 98 Channellock Ford

    Kasey's thoughts on Bristol Motor Speedway:
    "I like racing at Bristol. I haven't had a great finish there yet, so hopefully this time we'll get a top-10 finish or even higher. Our short track program should be much better this season, and I think we'll be really fast this weekend. I'm ready for it. We always seem to get involved in a wreck there, and they key to Bristol is to just to avoid as many (wrecks) as possible. "I think Bristol will be one of the toughest races for a driver physically. I will be fine after the Busch race Saturday, but by the end of the Nextel Cup race on Sunday, it will probably have taken a toll on my body. This is definitely one of the most physically demanding tracks that we'll compete on this season."

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