Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 5/12/13

HAMPTON, GA - SEPTEMBER 05: Matt Kenseth driver of the #17 R&L Carriers Ford, stands on pit road during qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Pep Boys Auto 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on September 5, 2009 in Hampton, Georgia. (Photo by John Harrelson/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Joe Gibbs Racing celebrated in Victory Lane on Saturday night at Darlington Raceway - but it wasn't with the Toyota that dominated the NASCAR Sprint Cup Southern 500. After leading 265 laps, Kyle Busch cut a tire in the closing laps and was forced to nurse the No. 18 car to the end. That allowed Matt Kenseth to capitalize on his teammate's misfortune and take the race win. Kenseth assumed the lead on Lap 355 of 367 and then Busch fell through the field and finished sixth. For Kenseth, it was "a dream come true" to win this race. Busch, who was looking for his second win at the "Track Too Tough to Tame" said on his radio that he had "never been so disgusted in my whole life." Kenseth's victory, his third of the season and 27th of his Cup career, was cathartic for the driver and the team - although his crew chief Jason Ratcliff was not in the pit box for Saturday's race as he was serving a NASCAR suspension. Since Kenseth's victory at Kansas Speedway on April 21, his No. 20 JGR t...
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