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What year did Matt Kenseth take out Joey Logano?

What year did Matt Kenseth take out Joey Logano?

Logano was infamously wrecked on purpose by Kenseth while leading at Martinsville Speedway in 2015, which robbed him of not only a good finish but the chance at a bye into the four-driver championship race.

Who won the race at Martinsville 2015?

Jeff Gordon
526 mile (. 847 km) short track, it was the 33rd race of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, seventh race of the Chase and first race of the Eliminator Round. Jeff Gordon won the race, marking his first win of the season and also the last of his NASCAR career.

Who hit Logano?

Denny Hamlin
Logano, running third, was hit by Denny Hamlin after Hamlin was struck by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. The contact turned Logano and his car went airborne in front of the field. Logano’s No. 22 Ford flipped and skidded on its roof before rolling back upright and sliding into the grass.

Why did Matt Kenseth leave Nascar?

Following the 2017 season, Matt Kenseth was forced into early NASCAR retirement. Joe Gibbs Racing was unable to secure sponsorship for the veteran driver and brought in Erik Jones to pilot the No. 20. In 2018, Kenseth fielded a part-time ride with Roush Fenway Racing.

Why is Logano out of the race?

Team Penske’s Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski each will be without their crew chief Sunday at Dover International Speedway, the team confirmed Tuesday. Paul Wolfe, crew chief for Logano, will serve a one-race suspension because Logano’s car had two lug nuts not safe and secure after Sunday’s race at Darlington Raceway.

Where does Matt Kenseth currently live?

Kenseth and wife, Katie, are raising daughters Kaylin, Grace, Clara and Mallory in North Carolina. They’ll also spend time with Matt’s son, Ross, and his family in Florida.

How do I meet Joey Logano?

Contact AthleteSpeakers today at 800-916-6008 to book Joey Logano for a keynote speech, virtual meetings, corporate appearance, grand opening, product announcement, moderated Q&A or for an exclusive meet and greet.

What lap did Logano wreck?

A wreck that took Joey Logano out of contention at Talladega Superspeedway broke out on the final lap of Stage 1 in Sunday’s GEICO 500. Matt DiBenedetto was leading in his No. 21 Wood Brothers Racing Ford, with Ryan Blaney pushing behind him in the No.

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