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Mike Calinoff, Matt Kenseth’s spotter will be staying at Roush Fenway Racing while Kenseth heads to Joe Gibbs Racing next season.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. is moving from Nationwide to the Sprint Cup series and will be taking over the No.17 car – and now Kenseth’s long time spotter as well. Calinoff currently spots for Stenhouse in the NNS.
Kenseth made the comment on Twitter when someone asked him if Calinoff would be going with him to JGR and Kenseth’s replied [...]
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The No. 17 Ford Fusion driven by Matt Kenseth will be pink this weekend. The pink ride came about through a partnership between Roush Fenway Racing, Talladega Superspeedway and the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
October is breast cancer awareness month, and Talladega Superspeedway chairman Grant Lynch said the speedway felt it was important to recognize it with there race...
Tony Stewart tried to block his way to victory at Talladega Superspeedway.
It backfired, badly.
The ''big one'' came on the last lap Sunday, when Stewart's attempt to hold on for the win instead sent his car sailing through the field and triggered a 25-car accident. Daytona 500 winner Matt Kenseth won under caution, and everyone else was left wondering what...
Tony Stewart got airborne at the end of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Talladega as he raced though turn four. Stewart had been battling against Matt Kenseth for the win. Kenseth went to victory lane while Stewart went upside down.
Stewart was able to get out of his car and was fine.
You can view the video below:
Matt Kenseth, driver of the No. 17 EcoBoost Ford Fusion, won the first restrictor-plate race of the season – the Daytona 500 – and has been leading during the green-white-checker restart in all three previous superspeedway races in 2012. Kenseth, who is 12th in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series point standings, spoke about his plate success before practice Friday at Talladega Superspeedway...
Matt Kenseth was able to tame one of the hardest tracks during the fourth race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase. A green white checked was needed.
Kenseth pushed Bowyer below the yellow line on the back stretch with two to go but was passed by Tony Stewart coming to the line with one to go.
As the race approached the final turn Stewart was turned.
Kenseth crossed the line first...
Greg Biffle, Matt Kenseth fighting long odds from back of Chase…
The No. 6 car of Ricky Stenhouse Jr will have the colors of Best Buy on it when it takes to the track for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway next weekend. Stenhouse will move up to the Sprint Cup level next season and assume the seat of the No. 17 Ford Fusion currently driven by Matt Kenseth.
Kenseth will also have the Best Buy colors on his car marking...
CONCORD, N.C. – Roush Fenway Racing’s Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will pilot the No. 6 Best Buy Ford in the October 13th Sprint Cup event at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Stenhouse, along with RFR teammate Matt Kenseth, will form a formidable pair of Best Buy Fords, with Kenseth’s No. 17 Fusion also featuring the Best Buy blue and yellow for the event.
It will mark the first time that...