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NASCAR Nationwide Series at Homestead-Miami 2014 Results: Winner and Standings

The Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway marked the final race of the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series season, and Matt Kenseth took the checkered flag and earned the year's final trip to Victory Lane. This marked Kenseth's first...Show More Summary

Nationwide at Homestead 2014: Live Results and Analysis from Ford EcoBoost 300

The 2014 edition of the Nationwide Series ended in style thanks to a frantic green-white-checkered finish. Matt Kenseth cleared the fray on the penultimate lap, and he pulled away from the pack on the final lap to earn his first winShow More Summary

Gordon, Kenseth and Keselowski finish 2-4 at Phoenix but don't advance

Through the first nine races of NASCAR's new elimination Chase format, we've learned that if you can't win, you need to avoid bad finishes. On Sunday at Phoenix, Jeff Gordon finished second. Brad Keselowski finished third. Matt Kenseth finished fourth. Show More Summary

Post-Race Scuffles Doing More for the NASCAR Chase Than Racing Ever Could

So NASCAR fans, what do you think about this new Chase format now? When the passion of the so-called “gentlemen of the sport,” drivers such as Jeff Gordon and Matt Kenseth, is raised to a level where they get out of their race cars and...Show More Summary

Video – Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski post-race fight!

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The new NASCAR Chase format has definitely amped up the intensity.  Sunday at Texas saw the second fight in four weeks after the race.  And once again, it involved former champ Brad Keselowski. After being jumped by Matt Kenseth in the garage area in Charlotte, this time it was Jeff Gordon who came for Keselowski’s head. Show More Summary

Consistency Paying Off For Two NASCAR Drivers In The Chase For The Championship

Two Sprint Cup drivers are defying the “win and you’re in” mentality of this year’s Chase to the NASCAR championship. Both Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth have not made it to the winner’s circle yet this season, but both men have made it to the third round of the Chase, known as the “eliminator” round. Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: AAA Texas 500 at Texas – Race Line-Up

With three races left in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, Matt Kenseth made a statement during Friday’s time trials at Texas Motor Speedway. Kenseth covered the distance in 27.095 seconds (199.299 mph) in the money round to win the pole for Sunday’s AAA Texas 500. In winning his second Coors Light Pole Award of the season, his first at Texas [...]

NASCAR at Texas 2014 Results: Race Order, Final Times and Twitter Reaction

Matt Kenseth remains in the hunt for the 2014 Sprint Cup title, and he put himself in great position for this Sunday's AAA Texas 500. The No. 20 car took home the pole on Friday at the Texas Motor Speedway, which is Kenseth's second of the season. Show More Summary

NASCAR Texas 2014 qualifying results: Matt Kenseth captures pole; Tony Stewart hits 200 mph

A record qualifying session saw Matt Kenseth take the pole for Sunday’s race at Texas Motor Speedway. Matt Kenseth began Friday by issuing an apology to Kevin Harvick for an incident last week; he ended the day by speeding to the pole...Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth wins the pole for Texas

Tony Stewart recorded a record lap at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday, but Matt Kenseth is on the pole. Kenseth was the fastest driver in the third round of qualifying and will start first for Sunday's race. Behind him, it's a parade of Hendrick-powered Chevrolets. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth on Kevin Harvick Martinsville accident: 'I couldn't feel any worse'

Regretful over their Martinsville run-in, Matt Kenseth is hoping he hasn’t ruined Kevin Harvick’s championship hopes. Kevin Harvick has a new No. 1 fan, as Matt Kenseth is openly rooting for Harvick to advance out of the Eliminator Round and make the championship finale Nov. Show More Summary

Pack Tight At Top Of Chase Standings

A mere seven points separate Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup leader Jeff Gordon and fifth-place Denny Hamlin, with three others – Ryan Newman  (-3), Joey Logano (-4) and Matt Kenseth (-5) – sandwiched in between. The five will attempt to distance themselves from the pack in Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (3 p.m. [...]

Would a Winless 2014 Sprint Cup Champ Be a Good or Bad Thing for NASCAR?

NASCAR created the Chase for the Sprint Cup (originally the Nextel Cup) in 2004. After Matt Kenseth won the final Winston Cup in 2003 and captured just one win in the entire season, the Chase was seen as a way to reward winning overShow More Summary

2014 Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500: Kevin Harvick vows Matt Kenseth will not win championship

Kevin Harvick was fuming following an accident with Matt Kenseth left him endanger of being eliminated from the Chase. If Kevin Harvick has anything to do with it, Matt Kenseth will not win the 2014 Sprint Cup championship after Kenseth...Show More Summary

Kevin Harvick gets wrecked after Matt Kenseth's car wheel hops into corner (GIF)

Kevin Harvick is in an early points hole in the third round of the Chase. Before the halfway point of Sunday's race at Martinsville, Matt Kenseth's car wheel-hopped getting into turn one. (Wheel hopping is when a car's rear brakes lock...Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: GEICO 500 at Talladega – Race Results

Last week, Matt Kenseth chased Brad Keselowski down after racing atCharlotte Motor Speedway, putting him in a headlock between dark haulers. In the waning laps of the GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, Kenseth was pushing Brad Keselowski across the start/finish line. Show More Summary

Champions Avoid ’Dega Wild Card Woes

Last season, Matt Kenseth headed to Talladega Superspeedway with a four-point standings lead. He left the Alabama track trailing Jimmie Johnson by the same margin following a 20th-place finish. Kenseth was never able to regain sole possession of first place and saw Johnson go on to win the 2013 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. [...]

Brad Keselowski Puts Week as Villain Behind Him, Now Focused on Chase Title

If there were ever a perfect example of zero to hero, it’s Brad Keselowski. One week ago at Charlotte, Keselowski became one of NASCAR’s most vilified drivers—a villain, if you prefer—after he tangled with Matt Kenseth, Denny HamlinShow More Summary

Matt Kenseth says he doesn't regret what he did Saturday night at Charlotte

Matt Kenseth doesn't regret chasing and grabbing Brad Keselowski after Saturday's race at Charlotte. Kenseth was asked Friday about the incident, which happened after the two had skirmished on the track. Keselowski hit Kenseth on pit road as the two were driving back to the garage. Show More Summary

Sprint Cup Chase 2014: Updated Chase Odds for Each Driver After Talladega

Talladega did it again. That was about as harrowing a final 20 laps as we’ ve seen all year. The desperation was tangible for drivers ninth through 12th in points—Brad Keselowski, Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Matt Kenseth—allShow More Summary

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