Tennessee based retail chain Dollar General announced on Monday afternoon they will be leaving NASCAR and will not sponsor Matt Kenseth’s No. 20 Toyota Camry at the end of the 2016 season. In a statement released by Dollar General, the company confirmed it would not return to Kenseth and Joe Gibbs Racing or align themselves with another driver or team past this season. “Dollar...
NASCAR: Chase Elliott attempts to get to pit road and stacks up the field behind him, starting a wreck that involves Tony Stewart, Matt Kenseth, and Kasey Kahne.
A number of years ago the FOX NASCAR portion of the broadcast season would end for us in Dover in late May or early June. The catch-phrase you would always hear us use was "It's over in Dover." After last Sunday's race, I think Matt Kenseth is saying that same thing to himself. For him it was finally over in Dover and I mean that in a real positive way.Matt finally seemed to get...
Matt Kenseth became the eighth driver to qualify for the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
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Matt Kenseth and crew chief Jason Ratcliff recap the strategy that took them to Victory Lane in the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway.
© 2016, Nigel KinradeNKP Posted by Brandon Whitton – follow on twitter @whittonbm May 16, 2016 AAA 400 Drive For Autism at Dover International Speedway ©2016, Russell LaBountyNKP Winners: Matt Kenseth – After a season of close calls and crushing disappointments, Kenseth finally knocked down the door to victory lane Sunday afternoon for his third win at Dover and 37th of...
NASCAR: Matt Kenseth holds off repeated challenges from Kyle Larson for his first win of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.
The #FreeMatt campaign is over. Matt Kenseth will make his return to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Kenseth has spent the previous two races sitting on the sidelines after NASCAR suspended him for intentionally wrecking Joey Logano at Martinsville Speedway. The contact between the pair at Martinsville was as a result of retaliation for Logano...
Logan Whitton/NKP Posted By: David Morgan – Follow at @damorgan86 November 4, 2015 On Tuesday, NASCAR dropped the hammer with a heavy handed penalty against Matt Kenseth for his role in intentionally wrecking Joey Logano in the waning laps at Martinsville. After deliberating for two days following the race, NASCAR suspended Kenseth for the next two races at Texas and Phoenix...
Matt Kenseth had a score to settle and was more than willing to do so Sunday. The veteran NASCAR driver was at the center of controversy when he appeared to intentionally wreck race leader Joey Logano on Lap 455 at Martinsville. Logano was running out front and was poised to advance in the Chase for the Sprint Cup when Kenseth — who wasn’t even in the lead lap — got into Logano’s...
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