Matt Kenseth battled to the lead after a late restart and won his second race of the season and third career race at New Hampshire's Magic Mile on Sunday. Kenseth's victory is his second in a row at the track and the 38th of his career. He led 38 laps and beat Tony Stewart to the finish line by nearly two seconds.
Coming off his win last week at Chicagoland Speedway, Brad Keselowski is on top of the point standings for the first time in his Sprint Cup Series career. He has a three-point lead over five-time series champion Jimmie
Johnson after the first race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. The winner of the first Chase race has gone on to become champion just twice.
Who knows how this happened...Obviously the road conditions, but WOW. I give the driver a perfect 10.0 for flawless dismount, wonderful control in the air and a solid landing!!...LOL. Glad nobody was seriously injured, otherwise I'd feel bad about that!