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NASCAR: How Move to JGR Will Impact Matt Kenseth’s 2013 Season and Vice Versa

The days of a veteran driver—those who have logged at least 10 years in the sport—spending his entire Sprint Cup career with one team are rare indeed.The current list includes Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Greg Biffle and Kevin Harvick.That short list became even shorter at the end of last season when Matt Kenseth, after 13 years with team co-owner Jack Roush and Roush Fenway Racing, decided to pull up stakes and join Joe Gibbs Racing in 2013.What's more, Kenseth goes from an equally long relationship of driving a Ford to piloting a car that is among Roush's most hated rivals, a Toyota.Both sides have moved on, with Kenseth replacing Joey Logano in the No. 20 Home Depot Toyota, while rookie Ricky Stenhouse Jr. replaces Kenseth in...

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