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NASCAR’s Matt Kenseth Competitive Again With Veteran Crew Chief Todd Parrott

Matt Kenseth, driver of the No. 17 Crown Royal Roush Fenway Ford Fusion, already knew Martinsville was not one of his stronger tracks in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: having only two top-fives, and six top-10 finishes in 20 official starts. Kenseth, who entered the weekend sitting only one point behind series leader Kevin Harvick, wasn’t about to let Martinsville extract the momentum he had built coming into the 2010 season. Even though Kenseth started out 2009 by winning the first two races of the season, he finds himself in a lot better position with a more positive outlook. This can be attributed to a much needed crew chief change after the 2010 season opening Daytona 500. After Kenseth failed to make the chase for the first time i...

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