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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

Dollar General Leaving Joe Gibbs Racing at the End of 2016

Just over a week after Matt Kenseth won his first race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season at Dover International Speedway, primary sponsor Dollar General has announced it will be parting ways with the 2003 Cup Series champion at the end of the 2016 season. Show More Summary

2-Headed Monster: Should Kyle Larson Have Turned Matt Kenseth to Win?

Dun dun. Dun dun. Dun dun. It was like the scene from Jaws on Sunday, Matt Kenseth leading as the laps wound down at Dover, looking to shake off his gremlins and take a well-earned first victory of the 2016 season. Behind him, however,...Show More Summary

NASCAR mailbag: Did Matt Kenseth’s reputation impact the finish at Dover?

Tackling your questions on the Dover finish, rotating the All-Star Race among various tracks and Chase Elliott’s performance. Matt Kenseth's caginess in holding off a pair of young phenoms in Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott made for an entertaining conclusion to Sunday's race at Dover International Speedway. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth Shows How Much Experience Counts by Beating Out Young Guns at Dover

As the laps wound down at Dover International Speedway, Matt Kenseth, Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott shared one sensation. They all felt an urgency to win. They had little else in common. Kenseth is 44 years old. His first top-five finish...Show More Summary

NASCAR Dover 2016 recap: Bizarre race features a deserving winner

After repeatedly coming close all season, Matt Kenseth broke through Sunday to win his first race of 2016. During a season when victories continually slipped away, it would have been easy for Matt Kenseth to question and point fingers...Show More Summary

Thinkin’ Out Loud: A Monstrous Matt Kenseth Comeback

Who’s in the headline – The 2016 season has been anything but stellar for Matt Kenseth. After a near miss at Daytona he’s only managed one top 5 finish before Sunday, and that as a fourth last weekend at Kansas. Sunday Kenseth was in...Show More Summary

The Big Six: Questions Answered After the 2016 AAA 400 Drive for Autism

Who…gets my shoutout of the race? Looking out the windshield, the yellow rear bumper of Matt Kenseth loomed large in the closing laps, and Kyle Larson, who’s got a reputation for being extremely aggressive, had to have been tempted to...Show More Summary

Up To Speed: Kenseth Finally Pulls Through In Dover, But Not Without A Fight

We all knew that Matt Kenseth was going to get to Victory Lane eventually in 2016 … we just weren’t sure when. Kenseth felt the same way. “I feel like the way we’ve been running, eventually the law of averages is going to work out, you’re...Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth holds off Kyle Larson to win at Dover

Your browser does not support iframes. Matt Kenseth withstood a fury of charges from Kyle Larson over the last 35 laps of Sunday's race at Dover to grab his first win of the season and deny Larson the first win of his career. Kenseth...Show More Summary

NASCAR at Dover 2016: Winners and Losers from the AAA Drive for Autism 400

Toward the end of the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway, FS1 NASCAR analyst Jeff Gordon said during the broadcast, “Matt Kenseth has had a tough year, and he’s right up there. He can win this race. Don’t count out Kyle Larson. Show More Summary

Kyle Larson challenges Matt Kenseth for Dover win, falls just short

Larson finished two-tenths of a second shy of earning his first career win. Lap after lap a dogged Kyle Larson hounded leader Matt Kenseth during the closing stages of Sunday's NASCAR race at Dover International Speedway. RepeatedlyShow More Summary

Matt Kenseth gets first win of season at Dover

By AMANDA VINCENT Through the first 11 races of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, Matt Kenseth remained as the only Joe Gibbs Racing driver without a win. Last weekend at Kansas Speedway, Kenseth broke through for his first top-five of the year. On Sunday, he finally made his way to victory lane, holding [...]

Matt Kenseth Holds off Kyle Larson for Dover Victory

Miles the Monster should get into show business. Sunday’s AAA 400 Drive For Autism at Dover International Speedway was thrilling to the last lap. Matt Kenseth, in nail-biting fashion, battled and rose victory after racing the youngsters of Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott in the closing laps. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Dover 2016 Results: Winner, Standings, Highlights and Reaction

Matt Kenseth held off a furious charge by Kyle Larson to win Sunday's AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway in Delaware. Kenseth used every trick he knew to block Larson's attempts to get into first place in an excellent example of defensive driving. Show More Summary

NASCAR Dover 2016 results: Matt Kenseth wins AAA 400 Drive for Autism

Kenseth wins first race of season in dramatic fashion. In a race that featured plenty of craziness and a thrilling duel, Matt Kenseth prevailed to win the AAA 400 Drive for Autism Sunday at Dover International Speedway. Kenseth withstood...Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth holds off Kyle Larson to win at Dover

Matt Kenseth withstood a fury of charges from Kyle Larson over the last 35 laps of Sunday's race at Dover to grab his first win of the season and deny Larson the first win of his career. Kenseth was the leader on the race's final restart and kept the lead over Larson, who had one of the fastest cars over the second half of the race. Show More Summary

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