NASCAR: Who Had The Best & Worst Week Ever (Texas)

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Worse Week – Matt Kenseth

Much like Jeff Gordon, Matt Kenseth simply did not have himself a good car in Texas. That being said, Kenseth was able to keep his No. 20 machine inside of the top-15 for the majority of the night. However, things went south at the end of the race and Kenseth would end up finishing in 23rd.

The finish outside of the top-20 was the third such finish of the 2015 season for Kenseth. Kenseth also has three finishes inside of the top-10 this season proving that consistency is an issue right now. In past years Kenseth has been the guy that takes a car that isn’t great and finds a way to make it a top-10 car. This season and last to some degree that hasn’t been the case.

JGR needs to get on the ball because Kenseth cannot continue alternating good and bad finishes all season long.