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American former professional stock car racing driver. Wikipedia

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  • The next day, Busch led the most laps, but faltered on late restarts and finished 8th behind race winner and teammate Matt Kenseth.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • Hornish, who was actually on standby for teammate Matt Kenseth, finished a solid 17th in his return to Cup.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • At Talladega, he was the only driver besides Matt Kenseth to lead double digit laps (16), and finished in fifth place.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • Having seen Brad call out teammate Matt Kenseth for aggressive driving at Richmond the previous week, Busch and several other drivers were furious with Keselowski in their post-wreck interviews.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • Busch opened the Chase with runner-up finishes to Matt Kenseth at Chicagoland and New Hampshire.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • The team expanded to four cars for the 2015 season with Carl Edwards driving the No. 19 car, following former Roush Racing teammate Matt Kenseth to JGR.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Johnson spent the next several races chasing Matt Kenseth for the points lead, eventually gaining it at Talladega, though losing it when he and Kenseth tied for points lead at Martinsville.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • At Bristol, he avoided tight trouble early in the race and came home second to polesitter Matt Kenseth.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • He also was able to win the All-Star race for the first time, as well as finishing second with just 90 points behind Matt Kenseth and 207 ahead of his future teammate Dale Earnhardt, Jr.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • He then fell to 15th (11 positions back) after the Chicagoland race as Matt Kenseth took over the points lead.Kevin Harvick-Wikipedia
  • Harvick and his team jumped to fifth in the 2003 point standings, coming within 252 points of Matt Kenseth.Kevin Harvick-Wikipedia
  • The team won back to back Championships in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2003 and 2004; the final Winston Cup championship with driver Matt Kenseth, and the first Nextel Cup championship with driver Kurt Busch.Roush Fenway Racing-Wikipedia
  • However, on a restart on lap 246, Johnson was slow to get up to speed and was subsequently touched and spun by Joey Logano, costing Johnson a shot at the win and giving the race to Matt Kenseth.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • At Charlotte, he gambled on fuel and barely beat out Matt Kenseth and Martin Truex Jr. for another third-place finish.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • At the season finale, the last 67 laps saw a tight battle for the lead between Earnhardt; Matt Kenseth; and Denny Hamlin.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • Despite a second-place finish in his Budweiser Duel in a photo finish against Matt Kenseth and Kasey Kahne, Harvick failed post-race inspection, and his Duel finish was disallowed.Kevin Harvick-Wikipedia
  • Matt Kenseth drove the 18 for 16 races with sponsorship from Reser's Fine Foods and GameStop.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • At Kansas, he led nine laps and finished third behind Matt Kenseth and Kasey Kahne.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • Earnhardt won consecutive NASCAR Busch Series Championships in 1998 and 1999 barely edging Matt Kenseth.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • At the end of the October Charlotte race, Stewart was hit on pit road by Brad Keselowski, who was trying to run into Matt Kenseth, but missed.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • Coming into Kansas, Harvick sat 12th in the Chase standings and would be in a must-win situation to make the round of 8, but that was no problem for Harvick as he would dominate the race along with Matt Kenseth until Kenseth would fade after tapping the wall.Kevin Harvick-Wikipedia
  • His primary competitor for the award was Matt Kenseth.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • He won his Can-Am Duel and started on the front row of the Daytona 500 after his teammate Matt Kenseth, who qualified second for the 500, wrecked his car in the Duel and was forced to start from the back of the field.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • In the postponed Daytona 500, he finished in 2nd place behind Matt Kenseth, after passing Greg Biffle on the last lap.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • On July 7, Stewart was able to hold off Matt Kenseth to win his fourth Coke Zero 400 as a wreck ensued behind him.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • He came close to winning his first Busch Series race at Rockingham, but was beaten on a last lap pass by Matt Kenseth.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • The win was controversial because with five laps to go, it appeared that Earnhardt went below the yellow line to gain position, but NASCAR ruled that Matt Kenseth had forced him below the line, making it a clean pass.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • Earnhardt backed up with a couple of Top 5 finishes, finishing 4th at both Loudon and Indianapolis, where he gained the points lead for the first time since 2004, after points leader Matt Kenseth was taken out in a late race crash.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • Earnhardt started 8th in the Budweiser Shootout, led for several laps, and finished 20th after being caught up in a six-car crash on lap 55 that also involved Matt Kenseth, Joey Logano and Kevin Harvick.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • Rondeau served as Earnhardt's crew chief until the Coca-Cola 600 weekend, when he was replaced with DEI chief engineer Steve Hmiel, who helped Earnhardt score his lone win of 2005 at Chicagoland in July, when he took the lead from Matt Kenseth on the last cycle of pit stops.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia

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