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Matt Kenseth: Why the Sprint Cup Championship Could Be His In 2011

If you are a person who doesn't like NASCAR's Chase for the Championship, and instead prefer the traditional method—where there is no points reset after 26 races, and at the end of the season the driver who has accumulated the most points over the span of all 36 races is declared the champion—there can really only be one person for you to blame. That person is Matt Kenseth. While NASCAR claims that it had been thinking about tweaking its points system, and tinkering with the way its champion would be crowned, for years, there are many still, that believe the main reason that the Chase was implemented was because of the way Kenseth won the Winston Cup in 2003. That season, Kenseth won the championship, not by pulli...

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