Matt Kenseth finished seventh in the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway, which completed a top 10 sweep of the Joe Gibbs Racing cars.
Matt Kenseth posted a lap of 127.419 mph and will lineup on the outside of the front row at Bristol Motor Speedway for the Food City 500.
Bad luck continues to plague Matt Kenseth. He was one of 12 drivers involved in a late-race accident at Texas Motor Speedway in the Duck Commander 500 and while he remained on the lead lap, he finished only 11th.
Matt Kenseth has not finished in the top 10 in his last four attempts on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks. His two worst results came at Charlotte Motor Speedway (42nd) last fall and Vegas (37th) this spring.
Matt Kenseth restarted on the outside of the front row with 12 laps remaining after his teammate Kyle Busch chose the inside lane. In the final rundown, he was unable to get to the inside and fell all the way to 15th at the checkers.
Matt Kenseth has recorded the worst place-differential in the field. With an average start of 8.8 (fourth-best on that chart) and an average finish of 19.2 (18th-best) he loses more than 10 positions per race.
Matt Kenseth posted the fastest single lap in final practice for the Auto Club 400. His top speed was 185.419 mph.
Matt Kenseth finished seventh in the Good Sam 500 at Phoenix International Raceway, which was his first top-10 of the season.
One week after a pit penalty cost him a shot at finishing well in Atlanta, Matt Kenseth lost the back of his car late in the Kobalt 400 and spun in front of the field. He finished 37th.
Matt Kenseth (#20 DeWalt Toyota Camry) tops the speed chart in the Final Practice session for the Sprint Cup Series Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Matt Kenseth scored his second disappointing finish in a row after a miscommunication cost him two laps and led to a 19th-place finish Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Matt Kenseth was leading the Daytona 500 coming out of turn four on the final lap. He got tapped by teammate Denny Hamlin and saved his car from wrecking, but dropped to 14th in the final standings.
Matt Kenseth was involved in the last-lap crash of his Can Am Duel in Daytona. He will have to roll out a backup car, which means that he will lose his second-place starting position and has to drop to the back of the pack.
Along with pole sitter Chase Elliott, Matt Kenseth is the only other driver who knows where he will start next Sunday. He posted a lap of 196.036 mph, which was 0.065 seconds slower than the No. 24.