Matt Kenseth1972-03-10 (age 49)
Motorsport.com's NASCAR team talks winners on this week's Roundtable.
Toyota had its best showing of the season in Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600.
Wondering why your favorite drivers are missing from practice?
No one is more aware of the problems Joe Gibbs Racing has had to the start of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season than the organization’s leadership and drivers.
Joe Gibbs believes his organization’s latest sponsor addition to its NASCAR program may be a positive sign for the sport’s future.
Jimmie Johnson was hoping to make a comeback at Atlanta Motor Speedway last weekend.
Matt Kenseth had plenty of speed in Sunday’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, but he showed it in the wrong places.
Carl Edwards’ expected departure from Joe Gibbs Racing took plenty of people by surprise — even his teammate Matt Kenseth.
Sunday’s Can-Am 500 offered one of the best finishes in the 2016 Chase to the Sprint Cup.
It was the scenario so many thought could end in disaster, and essentially it did.
Despite some consternation among Joe Gibbs Racing teammates as they battled each other for second place last weekend at Martinsville, Va., Carl Edwards, Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch insisted Friday all members of the organization are on the same page.
Joe Gibbs Racing makes up half of the remaining Chase teams, so it's not entirely surprising that tempers flared between the title-contending teammates.
Teamwork has been critical to Joe Gibbs Racing's remarkable 2016 season, but as the title hunt heats up is the dynamic changing?
Denny Hamlin said Friday that his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates would have been the “dumbest group in history” if they had raced in the middle of the pack last Sunday at Talladega and risked getting caught up in a wreck.
Now that the Round of 8 of the Chase for the Sprint Cup is set, who has the best shot at moving on to the final four with a win at Martinsville Speedway?
On the surface the pressure seems only likely to rise as the race to this season’s Sprint Cup Series championship draws to a close.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s plan to have its top three drivers in the Chase standings ride around in the back of the pack most of the race at Talladega was probably a smart one, but it certainly wasn’t aesthetically pleasing.
Matt Kenseth continued to set the pace at Kansas Speedway in Happy Hour on Saturday.
Is Toyota on the cusp of winning its second consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship?
It looked all-too-familiar to last season – a driver already locked in the next round of the Chase attempting to get around Matt Kenseth, who was leading the race and still trying to secure his own berth.
If the domination exhibited by Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr. at Richmond International Raceway is any indication, the answer is no.
Kurt Busch’s streak of 22 lead-lap finishes came to an end at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday.
In one of the most recognizable liveries unveiled yet, Matt Kenseth and Joe Gibbs Racing will bring the 'Tide Ride' back to life in this year's Southern 500.
NASCAR levied a P3 penalty on the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing team and driver Matt Kenseth on Wednesday.
Matt Kenseth went back-to-back at the Magic Mile on Sunday.
With additional support from DeWalt, Matt Kenseth’s future looks brighter at Joe Gibbs Racing.
Dollar General will discontinue its support of Joe Gibbs Racing and the No. 20 Toyota driven by Matt Kenseth at the end of the 2016 season.
When you look at the first 100 laps from this past weekend's 400-lapper at Dover and then compare it with the final 100, you could trick yourself into thinking you're watching two different races.
The Monster Mile lived up to its name on Sunday.
Entering Dover International speedway, some drivers didn’t need to be reminded it was Friday the 13th. There are plenty of competitive Sprint Cup teams that have already endured their share of bad luck this season.
Matt Kenseth remains the odd man out at Joe Gibbs Racing when it comes to having qualified for the Chase for the Sprint Cup, but he enjoyed something almost as important Saturday night at Kansas – a good finish.
The GEICO 500 resembled more of a demolition derby than a Sprint Cup race on Sunday.
After a triple dose of short track racing over the past four weeks, the Sprint Cup tour won’t compete on another venue of less than a mile until to Bristol Motor Speedway in August.
Except for race winner Carl Edwards, Joe Gibbs Racing’s Sprint Cup drivers faced a rash of tire issues in Sunday’s race at Bristol which perplexed the teams and Goodyear.
Line Matt Kenseth up against any of his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates, and it’s clear the driver of the No. 20 Toyota can hold his own.
Matt Kenseth's results are far from indicative of his performance thus far in 2016.
If Joey Logano was searching for motivation entering Martinsville Speedway, he found it Thursday night.
Matt Kenseth picked up the pace considerably in Happy Hour at Auto Club Speedway on Saturday.
Matt Kenseth appeared to have a car capable of contending for the win Sunday but was oblivious to a controversy over a NASCAR penalty on a pit stop and ended up getting black-flagged.
While everyone focused on Martin Truex Jr.'s brush with Daytona 500 glory, Matt Kenseth pulled down pit road in 14th, left to second-guess everything he did on the final lap.
Practice made perfect for the Joe Gibbs Racing Toyotas in the season-opening Daytona 500.
For the second year in succession, the No. 24 will lead the field to the green flag in the Daytona 500.