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KASEY KAHNE – No. 9 Budweiser Ford Fusion (Qualified 1st) TALK ABOUT YOUR RUN OUT THERE “We weren’t great in practice so we knew we needed to make adjustments to the car."
JOEY LOGANO Starting Position: 4th Are you happy with the race car? “I will definitely take it, for sure. We picked up a little bit from practice, which a lot of guys haven’t."
JEFF GORDON, NO. 24 DUPONT CHEVROLET, QUALIFIED 3RD: "We made quite a few adjustments on the DuPont Chevrolet during practice. I really didn't feel like the track was that much different from what we ran."
TRAVIS KVAPIL, No. 34 Long John Silver’s Ford Fusion (Qualified 42nd) “We were a little bit too free in our practice run, so we made a couple changes to tighten it up and we were actually freer in our qualifying run than we were in our practice run."
JEFF GORDON, NO. 24 DUPONT CHEVROLET met with members of the media at Kansas Speedway and discussed team performance, the Chase and other topics.
KURT BUSCH (No. 2 Operation Home Front/Miller Lite Dodge Charger) Qualified 9th "We'll take it with the Operation Home Front /Miller Lite Dodge."
KURT BUSCH (No. 2 Operation Home Front/Miller Lite Dodge Charger) WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON COMING BACK AND RACING AT KANSAS SPEEDWAY? “We’ve got Operation Home Front on our car this weekend."
Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 99 Aflac Ford Fusion, enters the Price Chopper 400 at Kansas Speedway sixth in the Sprint Cup point standings, 73 points behind Chase leader Denny Hamlin.
TONY STEWART, NO. 14 OFFICE DEPOT/OLD SPICE CHEVROLET, met with members of the media at Kansas Speedway and discussed his position in points, his car in practice and other topics.
KEVIN HARVICK, NO. 29 SHELL/PENNZOIL CHEVROLET met with members of the media at Kansas Speedway and discussed racing at Kansas, mental toughness of the Chase and other topics.