Recently named to race the No. 42 next year for Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, Larson was busy today at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The young driver will focus now for Saturday's NASCAR Nationwide night race.
43 drivers will dare to accept the challenge of conquering the majestic concrete palace known as Thunder Valley
Billy Twewes commentary on the outcome of the NSCS race at the Magic Mile with team owner Waltrip and driver Vickers celebrating the victory!
Matt Kenseth had a surprise call by his crew chief Jason Ratcliff, and while Kenseth had his doubts, that call earned him the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in the Quaker State 400.
NASCAR racing on road courses have seen some dramatic moments including the amazing moments when the cars seem to bump and grind their way out of tight spots aka parking lot style.
Matt Kenseth thought he was dreaming at the end of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race but he was wide awake when he scored his first career win at Darlington Speedway.
Matt Kenseth took the victory at Kansas, and later the team was penalized for non-conforming parts on his Toyota. The Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team appealed the decision which as decided on by the NASCAR Appeal Panel.
No. 20 Joe Gibbs Toyota, sort of, won their appeal while Penske Racing lost their cause except for the suspensions being reduced.
Matt Kenseth enjoyed celebrating with his JGR team after their success at Kansas Speedway but days later came the news from NASCAR, and the statement from TRD.
Lee White, President of Toyota Racing Development in the United States, lays the blame on their own shoulders after for the NASCAR penalties were announced. Matt Kenseth took the Kansas Speedway victory in the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry.
Matt Kenseth scored the victory in the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota at Kansas Speedway but the post-race inspection at the NASCAR Research and Development Center costs them fines, suspension, loss of points, and probation
Joe Gibbs Racing’s Matt Kenseth certainly took to his new ride in a Toyota this year. His former Roush Fenway Racing Ford teammate Carl Edwards joins Kenseth on the front row.
With just 27 years old he has veteran-like numbers.
The manufacturer has never won at the California racetrack with the Sprint Cup Series, but Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch may change that this weekend