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Matt Kenseth docked 15 points following New Hampshire win

Matt Kenseth is now ninth in the points standings (Getty). Matt Kenseth and his team were hit with a 15-point penalty by NASCAR on Wednesday but the team will still get to use the three bonus points it accrued for winning Sunday’s race in the Chase. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth’s team penalized after Loudon win

By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR handed penalties to the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team of Matt Kenseth in the Sprint Cup Series and its crew chief, Jason Ratcliff, according to the weekly penalty/warning announcement from NASCAR that was released on Wednesday. The penalties are a result of the No. 20 failing post-race laser inspection [...]

Matt Kenseth escapes major NASCAR penalties after race-winning car fails technical inspection

Despite failing postrace inspection, NASCAR is allowing Matt Kenseth to keep his New Hampshire win and the bonus points that go with it. Matt Kenseth was penalized 15 points and crew chief Jason Ratcliff was fined $25,000 after Kenseth's...Show More Summary

NASCAR should consider penalty change

Matt Kenseth won the New Hampshire 301 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon on Sunday. But here’s the hitch in the giddyup — Kenseth’s No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota failed post-race inspection. More specifically, the car failed laser inspection. NASCAR hasn’t announced penalties for Kenseth and company, yet, [...]

Matt Kenseth's Winning Car Failed NASCAR's Post-Race Tech

5 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

NASCAR Sprint Cup racer Matt Kenseth may have gotten to introduce his daughters to Loudon the Lobster—a huge live lobster presented to winners at New Hampshire Motor Speedway—but he has more to worry about than “will I get pinched?” Kenseth’s car failed NASCAR’s post-race technical inspection. Read more...

Matt Kenseth wins at New Hampshire, car fails inspection

Matt Kenseth’s second-straight New Hampshire win is his second of 2016 (Getty). UPDATE (6:30 p.m. ET) Matt Kenseth’s car failed the post-race laser inspection. Kenseth and the No. 20 team will likely be penalized this week, though it’s highly doubtful the win will be taken away. Show More Summary

Will Matt Kenseth Lead a Veteran Resurgence as Chase Nears?

Matt Kenseth's victory at New Hampshire Motor Speedway may not have been a turning point. It may have been no more than an isolated race, off in a corner of the country, as remote in its way as all the golf at Royal Troon. It was a change but maybe not a sea change. Five of the top six finishers were at least 40 years old. Show More Summary

NASCAR New Hampshire 2016 results: Matt Kenseth wins, but car fails postrace inspection

NASCAR is unlikely to issue major penalties, allowing Kenseth to keep his victory on Sunday. Matt Kenseth's car was fast on the track and deemed illegal off it, as NASCAR determined Kenseth's No. 20 car did not meet specifications after...Show More Summary

NASCAR at New Hampshire 2016: Winners and Losers from the New Hampshire 301

The New Hampshire 301 saw Matt Kenseth win his second race of the year, his third lobster at New Hampshire and his 38th career race. Loudon unfolded slowly with few cautions early in the race and then close to 44 million in the final...Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth’s winning car fails inspection

By AMANDA VINCENT Matt Kenseth won the New Hampshire 301 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon on Sunday after leading 38 laps in the closing stages of the 301-lap race. But after the event, Kenseth’s No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota failed post-race inspection. The No. 20 didn’t meet [...]

Matt Kenseth wins at New Hampshire

By AMANDA VINCENT Matt Kenseth took the checkered flag in the New Hampshire 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon on Sunday to claim his second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win of 2016. After starting the race from the 18th position, he took his first lead of the 301-lap race with 43 laps remaining and [...]

NASCAR at New Hampshire 2016 Results: Winner, Standings, Highlights and Reaction

Matt Kenseth coasted to his second checkered flag of the 2016 season in Sunday's New Hampshire 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The win is Kenseth's second in a row in Loudon, New Hampshire, going back to last year's Sylvania 300. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth wins the 2016 New Hampshire 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Matt Kenseth wins his second race of the season. Tony Stewart finishes second. Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr. had the dominant cars for much of the afternoon, but Matt Kenseth was better when it mattered winning Sunday's NASCAR race...Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth wins 2nd-straight New Hampshire race

Matt Kenseth’s second-straight New Hampshire win is his second of 2016 (Getty). Matt Kenseth pulled away from Joey Logano and Tony Stewart over the final 11 laps at New Hampshire on Sunday to grab his second-straight win at the track. Show More Summary

Happy Hour: Paint schemes and finding a new 'throwback' race to watch

Matt Kenseth’s new-look DeWalt car (Getty).   It’s time for Happy Hour. As always, tweet us your thoughts or shoot us an email at happyhourmailbag@yahoo.com if you want to participate. DeWalt will sponsor Matt Kenseth for 15 races in 2017, upping its sponsorship of the 2003 champion. Show More Summary

Two teams receive written warnings at Sonoma

By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR issued written warnings to the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team of Matt Kenseth and the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet team of Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the Sprint Cup Series because of inspection issues last weekend at Sonoma (Calif.) Raceway, according to the weekly penalty report issued by NASCAR [...]

Matt Kenseth’s team loses pit selection at Sonoma

By AMANDA VINCENT Matt Kenseth qualified 23rd for Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Sonoma (Calif.) Raceway. Normally, that would mean that his No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing team would be 23rd in line for pit selection. But at Sonoma, the No. 20 team had to settle for what was left [...]

Joe Gibbs Racing loses sponsor on Matt Kenseth’s No. 20

By AMANDA VINCENT Dollar General will get out of NASCAR at the end of the 2016 season after serving as primary sponsor on the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota of driver Matt Kenseth in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The discount retailer will honor its commitment to be the primary sponsor on the No. [...]

Tech Talk: Jason Ratcliff Discusses Tire Wear for the Season’s Longest Race

Jason Ratcliff guided the No. 20 Dollar General team for Joe Gibbs Racing, driven by Matt Kenseth, to their first win of the season at Dover International Speedway two weeks ago. Last weekend he tried to utilize pit strategy to help his team overcome a poor qualifying position in the All-Star Race, but it backfired. Show More Summary

Dollar General departing Matt Kenseth's team after 2016

Matt Kenseth and the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing team will need a new primary sponsor or two in 2017. Dollar General announced Monday that it would be ending its sponsorship deal with the team following the conclusion of the 2016 season. "Dollar...Show More Summary

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