Audio: The Final Lap – Texas Recap / Kenseth on hiatus

Kerry Murphey recaps the NASCAR Texas weekend, Matt Kenseth steps aside for now (or for good) Only 1 spot up for grabs at Phoenix, and Penske gets tons of sponsorship.

Don’t forget to listen to episode #488 for your chance to win a Homestead/Miami Speedway ticket package like you’ve never seen. Championship Weekend is on!

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Matt Kenseth Not Retiring, But Not Actively Searching For Ride in 2018

By: Toby Christie, Editor – Follow on twitter @Toby_Christie

FORT WORTH, Texas — On the heels of a report from NBC Sports, where Matt Kenseth told Nate Ryan in an interview for the NBC Sports NASCAR Podcast that he would not race in the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series in 2018, Kenseth met with media outside the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing hauler at the conclusion of final practice for Sunday’s AAA Texas 500.

Kenseth laughed when he was asked about his announcement of retirement.
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Silly Season: What Rides are Left for Kenseth, Busch and Kahne?

By: Toby Christie – Follow on twitter @toby_christie

Silly season is in full swing, and three notable veteran drivers are among those trying to secure a ride for the 2018 season: Matt Kenseth, Kurt Busch and Kasey Kahne.

Rides are filling up left and right in an ever changing market, which is now seeing the value of veteran drivers diminish with young drivers like Ryan Blaney, Kyle Larson and others running incredibly well while demanding less salary than the drivers who have been in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for a decade or more.. Continue reading “Silly Season: What Rides are Left for Kenseth, Busch and Kahne?”