The Monster Mile lived up to its name as several premier Toyota racers experienced difficulties in Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup FedEx 400.
Matt Kenseth had a dominant run going at Dover International Speedway and was leading in the race when he started smelling smoke on Lap 156. Three laps later he was in the garage with valve-train issues.
"Something broke in the engine," Kenseth said after finishing 40th. "Man, it's disappointing. I mean I feel like JGR (Joe Gibbs Racing) has three of the strongest teams in the garage. It seems like we got the best cars out there -- or equal to the best cars. But, you know you have to finish these things.
"Obviously, there's been some issues in that department. Got a lot of faith in them guys. They'll get it figured out. . . . Pretty disappointed to be standing here."
Kenseth's second engine failure of the year knocked him from third to fourth in the standings. He now trails leader Jimmie Johnson by 74 points.
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