Matt Kenseth Apparently Isn’t Finished Yet

Matt Kenseth returns! Reports are out that the 2003 champion will return to Roush Fenway Racing to drive the number six car on a part-time it will re-unite him with the organization where he enjoyed his greatest successes before moving on to Joe Gibbs Racing. While he wasn't exactly knocking it dead in 2017, it would have been a stretch to say Matt Kenseth was washing up. His release from JGR was nothing more than a means for opening up a ride for Erik Jones, a young driver with greater p ...

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2018 Team Preview: The Kids Are Alright At Joe Gibbs Racing

[caption id="attachment_686814" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/SRIPerformance[/caption] There seems to be a recurring theme as we gear up for the 2018 campaign for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Youth is being served. Such is also the case at Joe Gibbs Racing. In the 20 car, Erik Jones takes over for Matt Kenseth. In spite of his status as a former champion, it's really hard to argue the move. Sponsors love young drivers in pursuit of that millen ...

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One Veteran Driver- Kurt Busch- Will Be Back

Many of NASCAR's old guard- either for health or for sponsorship reasons- have been forced to the sidelines. One former champion- Kurt Busch- will be back for the 2018 season. Not only will the 2004 champion return for another season of racing, he will be doing so in the 41 car he has piloted since 2014. Kurt Busch appeared to have his career placed in limbo when Stewart-Haas Racing announced they would not have his contract renewed last summer. All along, both SHR and the 38-year old Day ...

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Fans Catch A Different Side of Matt Kenseth

You fans who've been around a while remember the image created of Matt Kenseth. This old commercial says it all. This oldie but goodie we're told is actually closer to the truth. In celebrating what may be his final NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series win, the 2003 champion let it all hang out, with tears of joy. Let it out, Matt Kenseth, let it out. No one will blame you for showing a little emotion. Sadly, racing careers end more often the way Kenseth's is, than it does for racers like Dal ...

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For Chase Elliott, Winning Would Be Best Revenge

After what happened at Martinsville, you know what Chase Elliott is thinking. He's thinking what just about anyone who's not a Denny Hamlin fan is thinking. If that happened to me, I'd punt Hambone the first chance I got. I'd make it clear, "Buddy, you did it once; there won't be a second time." As tempting as that is, Chase Elliott has bigger fish to fry. The youngster has a legitimate shot at winning a NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series title- something Denny Hamlin has not done. You see ...

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