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Matt Kenseth wins at Loudon on his 500th start

It would be impossible for Joe Gibbs Racing to get off to a better start in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship, with Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch finishing first and second respectively for a second consecutive week.

Kenseth led a race-high 106 laps en route to victory in today’s Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, while Busch just ran out of laps in attempting to catch his teammate and finished a close second. Meanwhile Hamlin spent most of the day inside the top ten before coming home with a solid 12th-place run.
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Kenseth set to make 500th career start in the Sprint Cup Series this weekend at New Hampshire

Current points leader, Matt Kenseth, is set to earn a career milestone this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway when he looks to make his 500th Sprint Cup Series start in Sunday’s Sylvania 300. Kenseth made his debut in the series in 1998, and has spent 14 full seasons at NASCAR’s top level. Kenseth will be driving a special 500th start paint scheme aboard his No. 20 Home Depot Husky Toyota for this weekend’s race events in Loudon, and will be looking to earn his seventh win of the season in this milestone start.
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Matt Kenseth Wins at Chicagoland!

After several weeks of great weather on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series circuit, the rain finally caught up in Chicago, delaying the start of today’s Geico 400 and then causing a long red flag delay just before the halfway mark. The delay would last more than five hours and day would turn to night before the green flag was waved once again, but once it did Joe Gibbs Racing would prove to be the dominant team with Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch taking turns at the lead before finishing first and second to open the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship.

Denny Hamlin appeared certain to join his teammates in the top ten before a late-race engine issue sent him to the garage with 20 laps to go and left him to finish back in 33rd.
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