(LOUDON, N.H.) — Matt Kenseth has shown complete dominance in the first two races of the Sprint Cup chase for the championship. Kenseth held off teammate Kyle Busch on Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway to win for the second consecutive weekend.
“If you’re fortunate enough to win a championship, or another championship, I don’t think there’s a bad way to win it,” he said. “I know it still gets brought up because it was the last year without the Chase and we won one race. But I was real proud of what we did that year. It was tough to accomplish.”
Kenseth won the championship back in 2003 before NASCAR changed the playoff format the next year.
“For me to win at Loudon, it’s more than a stretch, more than a dream,” Kenseth said. “This is probably one of my worst places. This just shows you how good this team is.”
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire