Ryan Newman wins Brickyard 400 - Kasey Kahne finishes third, Jimmie Johnson second | NASCAR Sprint Cup

Ryan Newman wins Brickyard 400 -- Kahne runs third. Jimmie Johnson takes second in his attempt for a fifth win in the Brickyard. 18 second pit stop may have cost Johnson the race.

Update: Ryan Newman in position to win -- Kahne in third--

Update: 11 laps to go -- Newman, Johnson, Kahne

Update: Jimmie Johsnon attempting fifth Brickyard - 16 laps to go ==

Update: 38 laps -- Jimmie Johnson leads and Kahne in sixth.

Update: 51 laps to go. Kahne in 10th.

Update: Kahne ran as high as third dropped to 15th and now is ninth. Joey Logano leading. About 64 laps remaining.

Kasey Kahne is running fourth and was third challenging for second driving his car No. 5.

The Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis Motor Speedway is nearly halfway completed.

Jimmie Johnson is leading, second is Carl Edwards then Ryan Newman and Kayne.

According to NASCAR website Kahne, 33, has 15 career Cup victories and 26 poles. A winner at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway earlier this year, Kahne is 10th in points heading into this weekend’s race.

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