Matt Kenseth was having a strong run inside the top 10 in the Federated Auto Parts 400 when his night came to an end on Lap 336.
The No. 20 Dollar General Camry slammed the Turn 3 wall after a left-front tire went down. Kenseth had made contact with Brad Keselowski on a Lap 332 restart when Keselowski missed a shift and then slid up into Kenseth when they entered Turn 1.
Kenseth was evaluated and released from the infield care center and placed the blame squarely on Keselowski’s shoulders. The two are no strangers to each other, having feuded through the 2014 Chase that culminated with Kenseth chasing after Keselowski in the garage area at Charlotte Motor Speedway.