Cup-chasing Kenseth crashes during Texas test

Oct 22, 2013 Full story: NewsOK.com

Kenseth is second in the race for the NASCAR Sprint Cup title, trailing Jimmie Johnson by four points with four races left in the season.

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Steve

Glendale, AZ

#1 Oct 22, 2013
48 is well on his way to #6

“IN GOD WE TRUST”

Since: Jun 07

Raleigh

#2 Oct 23, 2013
Steve wrote:
48 is well on his way to #6
I'm a fan of Jimmie BUT there is a lot of racing left and they're too close right now to be giving it to anyone yet. I'm a fan of Matt also and am truly amazed at would he has been able to accomplish this year with a new team. I had great hope Jeff Sunday but it didn't happen. Really don't understand what's going with Jeff other than thinking he isn't as willing to take risks anymore. Jr. drove a brilliant race Sunday whether the whiners want to say so or not and I'm not even counting him out of the championship yet. Another two races will layout who the real contenders are.
Steve

United States

#3 Oct 23, 2013
Whoyakidding wrote:
<quoted text>I'm a fan of Jimmie BUT there is a lot of racing left and they're too close right now to be giving it to anyone yet. I'm a fan of Matt also and am truly amazed at would he has been able to accomplish this year with a new team. I had great hope Jeff Sunday but it didn't happen. Really don't understand what's going with Jeff other than thinking he isn't as willing to take risks anymore. Jr. drove a brilliant race Sunday whether the whiners want to say so or not and I'm not even counting him out of the championship yet. Another two races will layout who the real contenders are.
I just think Jeff is so use to making moves in the old car, that he expects it to work in the same way in this car. There's been so many times where he has pulled out or tried something, and it doesn't work. I think he's just struggling to understand the new car at plate tracks. But I like what I see in his team. Hopefully he can get a win to close the year, and build for next year.
Steve

United States

#4 Oct 23, 2013
I can see JJ winning Martinsvillee and Phoenix. Matt can probably take Texas if he gets his testing issues worked out.
WHOYAKIDDING

Raleigh, NC

#5 Oct 24, 2013
Steve wrote:
<quoted text>
I just think Jeff is so use to making moves in the old car, that he expects it to work in the same way in this car. There's been so many times where he has pulled out or tried something, and it doesn't work. I think he's just struggling to understand the new car at plate tracks. But I like what I see in his team. Hopefully he can get a win to close the year, and build for next year.
After thinking about it, I think you maybe right about Jeff. He's been great at some of the tracks but struggled unexplainably at others. Jr. struggled with the COT the entire time it was in use.

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