Matt Kenseth will defend his 2013 victory in the Geico 400 on Sunday as he continues to look for his first win of the current season.
Matt Kenseth enters the Federated Auto Parts 400 with a current, four-race streak of top-10s at Richmond.
Matt Kenseth wiggled out of turn four coming to the white flag of the Oral-B USA 500 and lost a side-by-side battle with Kasey Kahne. Kenseth’s second-place finish gives him enough of a points’ cushion to lock into the Chase for the Championship.
Matt Kenseth posted the fastest single lap in final practice for the Oral-B USA 500. His top speed was 188.251 mph, which was recorded on his first lap on the track.
Matt Kenseth hopes to rebound after crashing at Michigan two weeks ago. In the most recent unrestricted, intermediate speedway race, he finished 38th after starting 18th.
Sprint Cup regular Matt Kenseth tops the speed chart in the Happy Hour practice session for the Nationwide Series Great Clips 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Matt Kenseth will defend his 2013 victory in the Irwin Tools Night Race. Last year he spent almost 300 of the 500 laps inside the top five on his way to grabbing the checkered flag.
Matt Kenseth was involved in a nine-car accident on lap 26 and sustained significant crash damage. He returned to the track after 27 laps in the garage and ultimately finished 38th.
Michigan International Speedway was once a track on which Matt Kenseth could always be counted a favorite. His last four attempts there ended in an average finish of 13th and only one top-10.
Matt Kenseth needed a solid points’ day since he was not in a position to win in the closing laps of the Cheez-it 355k at the Glen. He was banged about in the closing laps, but held on to finish ninth on the road course.
Matt Kenseth has earned only one top-10 in the last six seasons on road courses. That came in the 2012 Finger Lakes 355k at the Glen
Matt Kenseth was one 13 drivers involved in the lap 118 crash. His was one of the first cars into the wall when Brian Vickers tried to avoid an out of shape Denny Hamlin and cut across its nose. Kenseth failed to finish and was listed in 38th in the final rundown.
Matt Kenseth has finished fourth in his last three attempts on unrestricted, intermediate speedways. He started 14th at Kentucky, 15th at New Hampshire, and 13th at Indy en route to those results.
Matt Kenseth rounded out a near-perfect race for Joe Gibbs Racing with his fourth-place finish. Teammates Kyle Busch (second) and Denny Hamlin (third) were part of this organization’s sweep of the top five.