What kind of car does Matt Kenseth drive in Nascar?

What kind of car does Matt Kenseth drive in Nascar?

42 for rest of the 2020 season. Chip Ganassi Racing has picked former NASCAR Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth to drive the No. 42 Chevrolet for the rest of the 2020 season.

Who all drove the 20 car in Nascar?

NASCAR Car #20

Driver Laps Led
1 Tony Stewart 10,235
2 Matt Kenseth 4,608
3 Clyde Lynn 0
4 Joey Logano 337

Who drives the 43 car in Nascar?

Erik Jones
43 at Richard Petty Motorsports for 2021 NASCAR season. Erik Jones will replace Bubba Wallace in the No. 43 at Richard Petty Motorsports next season, the team has announced.

What happened to Kasey Kahne the NASCAR driver?

Kahne had to cut his NASCAR career short in 2018 as lingering health issues forced him to retire. He began experiencing difficulty with an increased heart rate and nausea, and vomiting during races in 2017. These issues bled over into the next year that forced him to have to step away. According to Yahoo Sports.

Who is Matt Kenseth driving for in 2021?

Matt Kenseth is a NASCAR driver who hails from Wisconsin. He currently drives the No. 42 Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing.

What team does Joe Gibbs own?

5× NASCAR Cup Series champion (as owner of Joe Gibbs Racing) 2× NASCAR Xfinity Series champion (as owner of Joe Gibbs Racing) 4× NASCAR Daytona 500 champion (1993, 2016, 2019, 2020) (as owner of Joe Gibbs Racing)…Auto racing:

Coaching record: 154–94 (.621)
Postseason record: 17–7 (.708)
Career record: 171–101 (.629)

Who drove the Home Depot before Tony Stewart?

Joey Logano
Changing of the guard: Joey Logano (left) talks with Tony Stewart prior to the Prelude to the Dream dirt race at Eldora Speedway after taking over as driver of the No. 20 Home Depot Toyota in 2009.

Who drives the 17 car in Nascar 2021?

Christopher William Buescher
Statistics current as of April 11, 2021. Christopher William Buescher (born October 29, 1992) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 17 Ford Mustang for Roush Fenway Racing.

When did Matt Kenseth win his first NASCAR race?

On lap 104 at the 2009 Aaron 312 on April 25, Kenseth took a wild ride flipping over 3.5 times, sliding on his roof, then completed a fourth flip. The car burst into flames, and Kenseth walked away. Kenseth won the Diamond Hill Plywood 200 at Darlington Raceway in 2009.

Where did Matt Kenseth finish in the 2003 Winston Cup?

Matt Kenseth, who had clinched the Winston Cup Championship at Rockingham one week earlier, finished 43rd due to a blown engine on lap 28, his worst finish of the season. This would be his 2nd DNF of 2003, along with Talladega back in September, and that was also due to a blown engine.

Who was the winner of the 2003 Winston Cup race?

Matt Kenseth, driving the No.17 Ford for Roush Racing, was crowned the Winston Cup champion, despite winning only one race in the season. Chevrolet took home the NASCAR Manufacturers’ Championship after capturing 19 wins and 264 points over second-place finisher Dodge, who had nine wins and 203 points.

When did Matt Kenseth win the last Busch race?

Kenseth won the last two races of the Busch season in 2006 driving the No. 17 Ford Fusion, at Phoenix and Homestead. In 2007, Kenseth planned to run 23 Busch race. Kenseth won the Stater Brothers 300 at California Speedway in February and the O’Reilly 300 at Texas Motor Speedway in April.