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The Sprint Cup Series makes its fourth visit to Kentucky Speedway, with both Ford and Chevrolet still looking to get the winners'
circle for the first time. Joe Gibbs Toyotas have won here twice but one Chevy driver stands out as the most likely to get his manufacturer
on the board: Jimmie Johnson led 182 laps in the 2013 race, has top-10 finishes in all 3 races at Kentucky, and leads all drivers with
a Driver Rating of 125.9 which means he's generally had a car capable of running out front. Defending race champion Matt Kenseth looks
to rebound from a hard crash at Sonoma and still needs to find that elusive first win of 2014.
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Matt Kenseth took a hard hit into the tire barrier at Sonoma Raceway during Sunday’s running of the Toyota Save Mart 350. Kenseth and Dale Earnhardt Jr. were racing side by side on a narrow part of the track when Earnhardt’s car hit a curb and made contact with Kenseth’s No. 20. At that point Kenseth’s car took a hard right destroying his front end and giving his first career...
One of NASCAR’s longest running sponsorships will come to an end when the 2014 season wraps up at Miami Homestead Speedway according to the Sports Business Journal.
Home Depot which has long been on the No. 20 car at Joe Gibbs Racing is leaving the sport. During its time with JGR which dates back to 1999, Home Depot has appeared on the cars of Tony Stewart, Joey Logano and currently...
Sonoma, Calif-For the second straight race, Joe Gibbs Racing had a day to forget. After winning a number of times in 2013, the organization is really deep in a slump after today’s Toyota/Save Mart 350. Last Sunday in Michigan, JGR didn’t have any of their three drivers finish in the top 10. Matt Kenseth led the way with a 14th place finish while Denny Hamiln and Kyle Busch finished...
Eventful day for Dale Earnhardt Jr. includes incidents involving Matt Kenseth and AJ Allmendinger. But in the end, he earns the highest finish of his career on the road course at Sonoma.
Clearly, Dale Earnhardt Jr. was elated with his third-place finish in Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway—and with good reason. Never before had Earnhardt posted a top five in a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at a road course, so it was only natural for the driver of the No. 88 Chevrolet to enjoy the moment. Tempering Earnhardt’s enthusiasm was an accident on lap...