The Subway Fresh Fit 500 took place on Sunday at the Phoenix International Raceway in Arizona. The second race of the 2012 Sprint Cup Series saw far fewer crashes, but one of the drivers who saw their car destroyed in the early going was Washington native Kasey Kahne. Kahne has now wrecked four cars through the first two weeks of the season, following three wrecks on Daytona weekend.
"I've been so excited about it, and I was excited the whole offseason and couldn't wait for the season to get here," Kahne said. "I show up at Phoenix, we're the best car all day Friday, top two cars all day yesterday, would have been the same today. I just need to calm the fuck down."
The news for Washington drivers was not all bad, of course. Greg Biffle finished in third place for his second consecutive week and now sits in second place in the Sprint Cup standings, with 83 points. Denny Hamlin won Sunday's race and now holds the top spot in the Cup standings, with 89 points.
Hamlin picked up the win by finishing in front of Kevin Harvick, who ran out of fuel with just two laps remaining.
Following 25th and 39th-place finishes, Kahne is now No. 32 in the Sprint Cup standings, with just 25 points.
You can check out the full results of the race below.