By AMANDA VINCENT When Matt Kenseth gets on track at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway for the Feb. 13 Sprint Unlimited exhibition race and the Feb. 21 Daytona 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “official” season opener, he’ll be without regular spotter, Chris Osborne, according to a recent report from NBC Sports. The report also named Lorin [...]
The roar is only a few weeks away at Daytona International Speedway. But as the rumble builds toward the 2016 NASCAR season, let's cut to the Chase, pun intended, and pinpoint the top five story lines for this season. What does Sprint Cup defending champion Kyle Busch do for an encore? Busch began...
Kenseth’s only regret is that he could have been “sneakier.” Not for a second does Matt Kenseth regret intentionally wrecking Joey Logano, an act of retaliation that earned Kenseth a two-race suspension. But if Kenseth had the whole thing to do over, there is one thing he would reconsider. Show More Summary
This 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season was quite memorable for Matt Kenseth. The veteran driver, in his second year with Joe Gibbs Racing, made the Chase once again and had five wins on the season. Those are the kind of things that every driver wants to achieve. Show More Summary
HOMESTEAD, Fla.—The last time Matt Kenseth and Joey Logano were in close proximity, Logano was riding Kenseth's bumper right into the Turn 1 wall at Martinsville. Logano still had championship hopes, and Kenseth was racing in his 571st consecutive race dating back to early 2000. Three weeks later, Logano is out of the championship hunt. Show More Summary
Deliberately wrecking another competitor will not be tolerated, NASCAR CEO Brian France reiterated Friday. NASCAR CEO and chairman Brian France further defended the decision to suspend Matt Kenseth for blatantly wrecking Joey LoganoShow More Summary
NASCAR Chairman Brian France stood by his comments regarding Joey Logano and Matt Kenseth's incident at Kansas and the way the sanctioning body handled Kenseth's retribution to Logano two weeks later. After Kenseth went spinning from...Show More Summary
This weekend is the culmination of what sometimes feels like the endless NASCAR season. The Truck, XFINITY and Cup series all take their championship titles to Homestead undecided. The Truck and XFINITY series have done it the traditional...Show More Summary
After a two-game suspension, Matt Kenseth is set to return to action, but not before NASCAR calls him for a meeting.
By AMANDA VINCENT Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway will mark the end of Matt Kenseth’s two-race NASCAR suspension stemming from his beef with Joey Logano that included an incident at Kansas Speedway and culminated in Kenseth intentionally wrecking then-race leader Logano after going nine laps down at Martinsville [...]
Matt Kenseth met with NASCAR CEO Brian France before he returns to the Sprint Cup Series on Sunday at Homestead-Miami. Kenseth was suspended for two races after crashing Joey Logano intentionally. Kenseth has said he doesn't regret what...Show More Summary
Matt Kenseth doesn’t regret crashing Joey Logano and believes NASCAR could have done a better job of quelling the animosity between the two drivers. An unrepentant Matt Kenseth defended intentionally crashing Joey Logano and allegedShow More Summary
During the brouhaha over the Matt Kenseth–Joey Logano dustup two weeks ago at Martinsville Speedway, Kyle Busch said something that was largely overlooked in the aftermath of the incident: That it’s not just about what happened, but whose names were over the doors on the cars involved. Show More Summary
1. Quintessential…wait, WHAT? Color me confused. Brian France called Joey Logano’s move to win at Kansas, where Logano got into a hard-blocking Matt Kenseth, “quintessential NASCAR” and the fans booed. Kenseth called Jimmie Johnson’s ultra-clean pass for the win at Texas “quintessential,” and the fans cheered. Show More Summary
Matt Kenseth hasn’t forgotten NASCAR CEO Brian France’s comments defending Joey Logano. Serving a two-race suspension Matt Kenseth wasn't permitted to attend Sunday's NASCAR race at Texas Motor Speedway, though that didn't stop him from...Show More Summary
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and current involuntary vacationer Matt Kenseth congratulated Jimmie Johnson on his sixth win at Texas Motor Speedway, but didn’t hold back a mention of the spat that led to his current two-race banishment in the process. Read more...
Somewhere, a Matt Kenseth fan who’s been poking at the tires of a voodoo doll of Joey Logano’s car is particularly pleased right now. Logano just spun out early from the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway after his left-rear tire exploded. Read more...
When the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series takes the green flag Sunday for the AAA Texas 500, Matt Kenseth won’t be behind the wheel of the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota. Instead, Erik Jones will be in the car while Kenseth sits on the sidelines, serving a two race suspension for a beef with Joey [...]
Heading into Texas Motor Speedway this weekend, all eyes were on Matt Kenseth’s two-race suspension and the failed appeal, so naturally, many of Friday’s press conference questions surrounded the incident at Martinsville Speedway. That,...Show More Summary
The drivers are in Texas and it sure has been an interesting few days leading up to the race this week. Matt Kenseth was suspended for two races for wrecking the race leader Joey Logano at Martinsville last week, and Truck Series point leader Erik Jones will pilot the No. 20 car in Kenseth’s place. Show More Summary