Matt Kenseth is a stock auto driver in the Sprint Cup Series in Nascar and has add up to resources of $22 million. Matt Kenseth earned his aggregate resources amid his season of dashing in the Nascar arrangement, Busch Series, and Sprint Cup arrangement. He was imagined in Cambridge, Wisconsin and started as a stock auto driver when he was 16.
Matt Kenseth struggled the components to win the shaft for Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Richmond International Raceway.Many drivers attended to pit street to make their keeps running in each round, many seeking after a stray cloud to obstruct the sun and cool the track. It didn't occur, so the drivers went out on an exceptionally hot and smooth track. Twist additionally clearly assumed a part in driving a few drivers out of their score.
Kenseth ran a 22.300-second lap (121.076 mph) to prevail over Ryan Blaney (22.341/120.854).It was Kenseth's second post at RIR, and the nineteenth shaft of his NASCAR Cup profession. "It was a decent qualifying lap for us… it feels great to be on the post," Kenseth told FS1 after his qualifying run. Kenseth, positioned twentieth in the standings, trusts beginning in advance Sunday can pay off on race day. "Ideally this week we can start in advance, remain in advance, gather some stage focuses and ideally we're in the blend by the day's end," he said.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., running his first NASCAR race since declaring his pending retirement, qualified twelfth. He's a three-time victor at Richmond, most as of late in 2015.
Austin Dillon will begin at the back of the field, as a punishment for falling flat a prerace laser investigation five times at Bristol. The No. 3 group additionally was held performing poorly due to a lack of practice for 30 minutes at Richmond as a punishment. Joey Logano will likewise need to begin at the back of Sunday's race because of a transmission change. The Toyota Owners 400 starts Sunday at 2 p.m. ET and can be seen on Fox and the Fox Sports Go application.