MOORESVILLE, N.C. — This week’s Race Chaser Roundup began late Monday evening when SB Nation Motorsports scribe Jordan Bianchi broke the news (and with it, the Internet) that Matt Kenseth was rejoining Roush Fenway Racing to split time with Trevor Bayne in the No. 6 through the end of the year. Wyndham Resorts was unveiled as a new partner for …
Just like fellow 18-year Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series veteran Dale Earnhardt Jr., Matt Kenseth will take his presumed bow out of the top level of stock car racing in a car echoing his first on Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
With only Ford Championship Weekend remaining out the windshield, Race Chaser Online’s Motorsports Madness will set up the NASCAR title deciders and hear from the big winners in Phoenix tonight at 7 p.m. ET on the Performance Motorsports Network.
Matt Kenseth was simply not going to be denied Sunday afternoon at Phoenix Raceway.
Though Matt Kenseth refused to say he was calling it a career Saturday evening at Texas Motor Speedway, the 2003 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion plans to take some time away from the driver’s seat after the end of this season.
It was a long and stressful wait for Matt Kenseth Saturday night at Richmond Raceway, but after an overtime-extended finish to the Federated Auto Parts 400, the 2003 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion found himself with a spot on the playoff grid and a chance to contend for his second title.
Matt Kenseth picked up right where he left off in the spring during Coors Light Pole Qualifying at Richmond Raceway.
Martin Truex Jr. and Matt Kenseth deadlocked atop the scoring pylon at the end of Friday’s opening Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Richmond Raceway, setting the stage for another Toyota duel in the regular season finale.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kyle Busch became the first person in NASCAR history to complete two separate weekend sweeps of NASCAR’s national touring series at the same track by winning Saturday night’s Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race. His third victory of the weekend was much more difficult than the first two, however, as he had to hold off rookie Erik Jones …
Matt Kenseth tops the charts in opening practice ahead of Sunday’s Overton’s 400 from the Pocono Raceway.
Joe Gibbs Racing officially announced Tuesday afternoon that Erik Jones will drive the No. 20 Toyota Camry Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series beginning in 2018.
Matt Kenseth opened the first can of ‘Silly Season’ worms in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garage on Friday, openly admitting that he is unsure of his future beyond this year.