Matt Kenseth – Crown Royal Black Racing – Bristol Advance

Matt Kenseth – NSCS ADVANCE

Team:          No. 17 Crown Royal Black Ford Fusion Crew Chief:  Jimmy Fennig

Chassis:      Primary: RK-704 (last raced at Homestead in 2010)
American Muscle

Kenseth on racing at Bristol Motor Speedway : “We’ve had a lot of success at Bristol over the years. Being a concrete, high-banked track that is so small, really makes Bristol stand out from other tracks on the circuit. Racing at Bristol feels like the seats are on top of you so it’s just a place with a really great atmosphere to race. It has changed a lot since they re-configured the track surface a few years ago; but it’s still such a fast short-track and problems can definitely happen in an instant.  Qualifying is really important at Bristol since track position can really make or break your race sometimes.  I’m looking forward to this weekend at Bristol and hope to have a great weekend for the Crown Royal Black team.”

Crew chief Jimmy Fennig on racing at Bristol Motor Speedway : “ Bristol ’s a place where anything can happen since it’s one of the best tracks for short track racing.  Bristol is fast and treacherous, but hopefully we have a good balance on the car where we can qualify well on Friday and then stay out of trouble during the race.  Matt has had some really great races at Bristol so we’re headed there hoping to earn a good finish to continue to build on our results at the start of this season.”  


•        In 22 Cup starts at Bristol , Kenseth has completed 10,725 of 11,013 laps (97.4 percent) and led for 742

•        Kenseth has an average starting position of 17.7 and an average finishing position of 12.6 at BMS

•        Kenseth has achieved two wins, eight top-fives, and fourteen top-10’s at Bristol in the Cup series

•        Kenseth has finished within the top ten in five of his last seven starts at Bristol

•        This weekend at Bristol , Kenseth will pilot the No. 17 Crown Royal Black Ford Fusion

•        Entering the weekend at Bristol , Kenseth is currently 16th in the NSCS driver point standings

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