The former champ pumps the brakes on the Danica Hall of Fame talk and says he likes his playoff odds
Your browser does not support iframes. NASCAR is fully aware that Saturday’s race at Richmond did not go smoothly. Many fans were aware of that fact as the race unfolded. Matt Kenseth briefly locked his brakes early in the race and NASCAR bizarrely called a caution for the “smoke” from his tires. Show More Summary
Matt Kenseth tweets are rare but good.
The accident could cause Matt Kenseth to miss the Cup Series playoffs. An ambulance inadvertently on the track and parked at the entrance to pit road caused a pileup during Saturday night’s NASCAR race at Richmond Raceway, and couldShow More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT With a 22.055-second/122.421 mph lap in the third of three rounds of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series qualifying at Richmond (Va.) Raceway on Friday, Matt Kenseth claimed the pole for Saturday night’s Federated Auto Parts 400, the 2017 Cup Series season finale. It’s his second pole of the season and the third [...]
Teammates Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin will lead the field to the green flag Saturday night at Richmond Raceway. The 2017 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series regular season concludes Saturday night at Richmond Raceway. Matt Kenseth won...Show More Summary
Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin will start first and second in Saturday night’s Cup Series regular-season finale. Matt Kenseth doesn’t need to win the Monster Energy Cup Series regular-season finale SaturdayShow More Summary
Matt Kenseth, left, talks to a member of his crew prior to qualifying for the Monster Energy Cup Series auto race at Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Va., Friday, Sept. 8, 2017. (AP Photo/Steve Helber) Matt Kenseth is starting first at Richmond for the second-straight race. Show More Summary
The former Cup Series champion is a free agent and hasn’t yet secured a ride for next season. Squarely on the playoff bubble and facing the prospect that he may not have a ride next year, it would be understandable if Matt Kenseth spent...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. Chase Elliott’s misfortune and Matt Kenseth’s excellence means only 18 points separate the three drivers provisionally in the Cup Series playoff field with two races to go in the regular season....Show More Summary
Free agent-to-be Matt Kenseth said Friday he still doesn’t have anything lined up for next year. And he’s not fretting about it. Kenseth, 45, is leaving Joe Gibbs Racing at the end of the season. The team will put Erik Jones in the No. Show More Summary
Matt Kenseth is up 31 points over Clint Bowyer for the final spot in the Cup Series playoffs with three regular season races remaining. Matt Kenseth may be facing an uncertain future in the Monster Energy Cup Series, but says his immediate...Show More Summary
With organizations reducing budgets, drivers are having to take pay cuts to remain with competitive teams. Matt Kenseth is a free agent. So too is Kurt Busch. As is Kasey Kahne, who found out Saturday Hendrick Motorsports won’t requires his services beyond this season. Three name drivers, each possessing talent and marketability. Show More Summary
Questions on which team Kasey Kahne may join next, why it was time for him to leave Hendrick Motorsports, and the Silly Season outlook for Matt Kenseth and Kurt Busch. Each week SB Nation's NASCAR reporter Jordan Bianchi answers your questions about the latest news and happenings within the sport. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. Matt Kenseth and Clint Bowyer both finished in the top five at Watkins Glen on Sunday. Joey Logano didn’t even finish inside the top 20. Kenseth nearly ran down race-winner Martin Truex Jr. in the final laps of Sunday’s race. Show More Summary
Martin Truex Jr. won a fuel mileage gamble at Watkins Glen International and held off Matt Kenseth on the final lap to capture the NASCAR Cup race at Watkins Glen International
Martin Truex Jr. won a fuel-mileage gamble, holding off Matt Kenseth on the final lap to capture the NASCAR Cup race at Watkins Glen International on Sunday. Brad Keselowski had a big lead but was forced to pit with three laps to go. That gave the lead to Ryan Blaney, who began to run dry and...
Truex earned his fourth victory of the season, holding off Matt Kenseth Sunday to win for the first time at the New York road course.
Your browser does not support iframes. Martin Truex’s fuel-saving tactics were just good enough. Or, if you prefer a different adjective, the tactics were absolutely fantastic. With three wins to his name already in 2017, Truex and the No. Show More Summary
Kenseth entered the race as the last driver into the playoffs