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With dad lending an assist, Ross Kenseth set to make NASCAR debut

The 22-yer-old son of Matt Kenseth will make his first NASCAR national series start Saturday night. Appropriately, Matt Kenseth will see 22-year-old son Ross make his NASCAR national division debut on Father's Day weekend. As Ross will be driving a Joe Gibbs Racing No. Show More Summary

Ross Kenseth set for Xfinity Series debut at Chicagoland

Ross Kenseth, son of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Matt Kenseth, is slated to make his NASCAR national series debut Saturday night at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill., racing the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota in the AttiCat 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at the track. “I am really thankful for the opportunity JGR [...]

NASCAR 101: With 13 Down, Who Can Win with 13 to Go?

Joey Logano. Jimmie Johnson. Kevin Harvick. Carl Edwards. Brad Keselowski. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Kurt Busch. Matt Kenseth. Denny Hamlin. With 13 races run in the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, these are the drivers who have punched a ticket to the Chase when it begins come September. A blistering pace when it comes to...

5 NASCAR Drivers Who Are Due for a Return to the Winner's Circle

When Carl Edwards flipped into Victory Lane after the Coca-Cola 600, he got that monkey off his back. As the new member of Joe Gibbs Racing, he faced pressure to match the performances of teammates Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth. Up until...Show More Summary

NASCAR at Charlotte 2015: Live Results, Standings for Coca-Cola 600

The greatest day in racing concludes Sunday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway as NASCAR's best compete in the Coca-Cola 600. Matt Kenseth will lead the pack to the green flag at 6:19 p.m. ET, while Joey Logano will start next to Kenseth on the front row. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Charlotte Motor Speedway 2015: Lineup, starting grid for Coca-Cola 600

The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season shifts to Charlotte on Sunday for the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Matt Kenseth won the pole on Thursday with a top qualifying speed of 194.252 mph, and he's looking for his first win in Charlotte. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth on pole for Coca-Cola 600

By AMANDA VINCENT Matt Kenseth claimed his second NASCAR Sprint Cup pole of the 2015 season on Thursday with a 27.799-second/194.252 mph lap in the third and final round of qualifying at Charlotte Motor Speedway for Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600. “That was a good lap for us; all three laps were pretty good,” Kenseth said. Kenseth [...]

NASCAR Charlotte 2015 qualifying results: Matt Kenseth wins pole

NASCAR’s longest race of the season will see Matt Kenseth lead the field to the green flag. In recent weeks the NASCAR storyline of note is how difficult it is to pass, even when a driver clearly has a faster car than anyone else does. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth wins pole for Coca-Cola 600

Matt Kenseth is starting first in Sunday's Coca-Cola 600. It's Kenseth's first pole at Charlotte Motor Speedway, and it's on the 15th anniversary of his first win. The 2003 champion's first race win was the 2000 Coca-Cola 600. Kenseth won the pole earlier in the season at Bristol. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Charlotte 2015: Preview and Prediction for the Sprint All-Star Race

This NASCAR season is flying by. It feels like we were just at Charlotte last fall watching Matt Kenseth jump Brad Keselowski between the trailers, and now here we are for the Sprint Showdown and the Sprint All-Star Race. NASCAR's version...Show More Summary

Random Recap: The 2005 UAW-Ford 500

Dale Jarrett snuck ahead of Tony Stewart before the caution flag waved on the final lap to win the UAW-Ford 500 at Talladega. The race was extended two laps because of a crash and Jarrett restarted fourth, behind leader Matt Kenseth, Ryan Newman and Stewart. Show More Summary

Bristol win doesn’t change Matt Kenseth’s mindset

Although Matt Kenseth is almost certainly in the Chase thanks to a win last week, don’t expect him to be any more or less aggressive. Dale Earnhardt Jr. and others have spoken wistfully about how a win changes a teams' mindset for the...Show More Summary

2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Driver Rankings: Week 10 Edition

Welcome back to total relevancy, Matt Kenseth. While Kenseth had been dancing on the edge of the top 10 in BR driver rankings all season, he hadn't actually won a race since September of 2013 until going to Victory Lane last Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway. Show More Summary

Why NASCAR Made Right Decision to Finish Bristol Race Under Green Flag

When NASCAR threw a yellow caution on Lap 496 for both a crash and light rain, and then a red flag on Lap 506 of Sunday’s race at Bristol, it appeared likely that Matt Kenseth would be declared the winner due to yet another rainstorm...Show More Summary

NASCAR Bristol recap: Matt Kenseth dismisses retirement talk, returns to winner’s circle

Not resembling a driver who should retire anytime soon, Matt Kenseth returned to victory lane Sunday after a 51-race drought. Since Jeff Gordon announced in January the 2015 season would be his last full campaign, the question of which star driver would retire next has been a popular one. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth Keeps Cool on Wild Night at Bristol

Some NASCAR fans have been yearning for all hell to break loose. At such times, a cool head comes in handy, and Matt Kenseth has always excelled at patience and smarts. "I get out of breath just watching him go around here," said Kenseth's...Show More Summary

Sprint Cup Chase 2015: NASCAR Standings and Schedule After Food City 500

In an epic, unpredictable and rain-hampered Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, Matt Kenseth emerged victorious, just 0.287 seconds ahead of Jimmie Johnson. The final 30 minutes of the race featured several different leaders including Kyle Larson and Kurt Busch, but in the end it was Kenseth who came away with his first win of the NASCAR season. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Bristol 2015 Results: Winner, Standings, Highlights and Reaction

Matt Kenseth went from the pole to Victory Lane in Sunday's Food City 500 at the Bristol Motor Speedway—granted his journey there wasn't exactly straightforward. Kenseth somehow survived the war of attrition that saw three different weather delays and countless cautions. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth survives Bristol marathon to break winless streak

Your browser does not support iframes. Matt Kenseth is back. In victory lane, that is. Kenseth won Sunday's Food City 500, a race delayed multiple times by rain and plagued with accidents that took out some of the race's top contenders. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth wins 2015 Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway

Matt Kenseth ends long day with first trip to victory lane since 2013. Matt Kenseth started first and ended the night in the same position. And all he had to do in-between was endure three red flags due to rain, escape myriad incidents...Show More Summary

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