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Roush Fenway reveals remainder of Matt Kenseth's NASCAR schedule

After that, Kenseth will drive the car at Darlington (Sept. 2), Indianapolis (Sept. 9), Dover (Oct. 7), Martinsville (Oct. 28), Phoenix (Nov. 11) and Homestead (Nov. 18).

AUTOWEEK.COM

NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET: Driver 2 Driver with Matt Kenseth

· The Big Oak Table becomes the Mayor’s Office. Jeff Burton shares his thoughts on the debate over the All-Star rules package, which thrilled fans last month but has some drivers worried for the future. Also on the Mayor’s agenda: Does a rain-shortened win likeClint Bowyer’s at Michigan hold the sam

NBC SPORTS

Matt Kenseth adds 10 races to 2018 schedule | NASCAR.com

Kenseth will pilot the No. 6 Ford for a four-week stretch that includes Kentucky (July 14), New Hampshire (July 22), Pocono, (July 29) and Watkins Glen (Aug. 5). He will also be behind the wheel for Darlington (Sept. 2), the regular-season finale at Indianapolis (Sept. 9) as well as the playoff race

NASCAR

Time out of car helped boost Bayne's confidence

SONOMA, Calif. -Trevor Baynesmiled as he returned to the driver's seat in the NASCAR Cup Series garage Friday, fresh and determined after Roush Fenway putMatt Kensethin its No. 6 car for the last five events.

ESPN

Roush Fenway announces rest of Matt Kenseth's 2018 schedule

• July 14, Kentucky• July 22, Loudon• July 29, Pocono• Aug. 5, Watkins Glen• Sept. 2, Darlington• Sept. 9, Indianapolis• Oct. 7, Dover• Oct. 28, Martinsville• Nov. 11, Phoenix• Nov. 18, Homestead

CNBC

Matt Kenseth comfortable with multifaceted role at Roush Fenway

NASCAR Cup Series driver Matt Kenseth waits in the garage as his crew makes adjustments to his car following a failed inspection for a NASCAR Cup Series auto race at Kansas Speedway on May 11, 2018, in Kansas City, Kan. The 2003 NASCAR champion, who knows he's not yet a threat to win in the No. 6 Fo

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Matt Kenseth – Michigan Advance

· Kenseth is a three-time winner at the 2-mile speedway, including most recently in 2015, as well as 2002 and 2006. He has 20 top-10 and 14 top-five finishes along with one career pole (2015).

SPEEDWAYMEDIA.COM

NASCAR 101: The Best at Each Cup Track (Without a Win) - Frontstretch

Last week, this space covered the NASCAR drivers who’ve won at the most tracks on the national series schedules. It was a largely Kyle Busch-dominated affair — and with good reason; after all, he’s won at all tracks the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series has competed on to date, with the Charlotte Mot

FRONTSTRETCH.COM

Roush Fenway Racing Announces Additional 2018 Kenseth Schedule |

CONCORD, N.C. (June 13, 2018)– Matt Kenseth will pilot Roush Fenway Racing’s flagship No. 6 Ford for 10 more races in 2018. Starting on July 14 at Kentucky Speedway, Kenseth’s summer stretch of four-straight weekends will conclude at Watkins Glen International on August 5.

ROUSHFENWAY.COM

Scan All from Michigan International Speedway

But there were many layers to what transpired during the laps that bridged the first two stages Sunday, and the cascading events affected several cars with some repercussions that could be felt months later while also underscoring how a race’s rhythm can change in the era of stage racing, which NASC

NBC SPORTS

Ryan: Untangling a caution flag with many layers at Michigan

But there were many layers to what transpired during the laps that bridged the first two stages Sunday, and the cascading events affected several cars with some repercussions that could be felt months later while also underscoring how a race’s rhythm can change in the era of stage racing, which NASC

NBC SPORTS

Thinkin’ Out Loud: Clint Bowyer Rides Strategy & Heavy Foot to Michigan Win - Frontstretch

Mother Nature ran the show on Sunday and, in the end, dropped the curtain early on the race.Clint Bowyerused a two-tire stop after stage two and then some valiant driving when the race resumed hanging onto the point. The rain came shortly after the restart and it ended the race with Bowyer out front

FRONTSTRETCH.COM

Roush, Penske share admiration, fond MIS memories

Clint Bowyer, driver of the No. 14 Ford, celebrates with a burnout after winning the NASCAR Cup Series FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway on June 10, 2018 in Brooklyn, Michigan.Daniel Shirey, Getty ImagesFullscreen

DETROIT NEWS

Kenseth Finishes 33rd at Michigan

In what was supposed to be a2 p.m. ETstart time, the race eventually went green around4:45 p.m. ETafter a long rain delay, but it wouldn’t be the only rain of the day. Kenseth rolled off the grid 19thafter advancing to the second round of qualifyingon Friday.

SPEEDWAYDIGEST.COM

Takeaways from Michigan: NASCAR's desire for entertainment came at the expense of integrity

Matt Kenseth spun on lap 57 of the 60-lap stage. NASCAR wanted to ensure the stage ended under green, so it did what it could to have a one-lap green-flag finish. That meant the caution only lasted two full laps — laps 58 and 59." class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)--sm Mt(0.8em)--sm">Let

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Michigan Fantasy Racing Preview - FireKeepers Casino 400 | MRN

Kyle Larson has won the last three races and posted a 1.5 average finish in his last four starts.Chase Elliott has finished in the top 10 in each of his four starts, including three runner-up finishes.Joey Logano has finished in the top 10 in nine of the last 10 races, including two wins.Kevin Harvi

MRN.COM

Roush Fenway Weekly Advance | Michigan

Ryan Reed, No. 16 Drive Down A1C Lilly Diabetes Ford MustangAustin Cindric, No. 60 LTi Printing Ford Mustang

SPEEDWAYMEDIA.COM

Kenseth's eyes on Michigan – and Darlington

DARLINGTON, S.C. – So much for retirement. With four young daughters, it’s not as if Matt Kenseth would be just lying on the couch, anyway.

SCNOW

Statistical Advance: Analyzing the FireKeepers Casino 400

· Michigan International Speedway sits on more than 1,400 acres in the "Irish Hills" of Southeastern Michigan. Ground-breaking took place on Sept. 28, 1967.· The first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan was held June 15, 1969 - won by Cale Yarborough at a speed of 139.254 mph.· The tr

ESPN

Matt Kenseth notes it's too early to draw conclusions from the All-Star Race's entertainment

We said that in the hours after the race Saturday night and we still believe it now. WhileKevin Harvickled the last 11 laps, the race was a nice change of pace from regular Cup Series racing just like an All-Star event should be." class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)--sm Mt(0.8em)--sm">The

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