Prior to the postponement of NASCAR due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Matt Kenseth was living a quiet life.
Retired NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth has been named to replace Kyle Larson in the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet.
He may be only competing in a part-time role; may have been unceremonially dumped for a younger driver last year, but not much gets Matt Kenseth riled up.
On Friday at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Matt Kenseth put an exclamation point on his return to racing at NASCAR’s highest level.
Matt Kenseth showed up at Kansas Speedway Friday ready to turn his very first laps in a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series car since the November, 2017 season finale.
It’s hard to tell who is more excited about former champion Matt Kenseth’s return to Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series competition this week.