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How Matt Kenseth Can Break Trend of Mediocre Martinsville Performances

There are many areas in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing where Matt Kenseth has a surefire mastery. The 2003 series champion makes consistency at the top levels of NASCAR look remarkably easy. He's emerged as a force on the restrictor-plate tracks and has a noted ability on the 1.5-mile speedways. And this season, he's been incredibly strong at so many tracks, scoring a career-best seven race wins along the way. But Martinsville Speedway—site of Sunday's ultra-important seventh race of the 2013 Chase for the Sprint Cup—has long eluded Kenseth's range of success. Kenseth finished two laps down in 21st during his first race the paperclip-shaped short track back in 2000. Since then, through a span of 27 total career starts at Marti...

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