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Kenseth returns to Cambridge

Published On: Jul 07 2013 07:22:52 PM CDT
Updated On: Jul 08 2013 05:39:30 PM CDT
Matt Kenseth

Matt Kenseth

Cambridge, Wis. -

Matt Kenseth did not win the Coke Zero 400 Saturday night in Daytona but that didn't stop him from coming back to Wisconsin Sunday.

Kenseth, in his first year with Joe Gibbs racing and the number 20 car, spent the afternoon in Cambridge at his fan headquarters.

Over 500 fans showed up to get autograph's signed and take pictures with Kenseth.

"I always come back, and I can't figure out why anyone would come see me. It's always really neat to come back here. This is a special place we've built here for me. It's been quite a while we've had us sitting here. Don't get to spend near as much time back in Wisconsin- especially in Cambridge- as I would like. So whenever I come back here it's always special, always fun. It's really neat to have this place. I really enjoy it. The fans really enjoy it. Hope we can add some more new stuff- we need to get a #20 car in here pretty soon... and keep it here for years to come," Kenseth said Sunday.

Kenseth has four wins this year and is sixth in the points standing. The next sprint cup race is next Sunday in New Hampshire.


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