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I met with Rommel and he found me the exact car I was looking for! We purchased a Toyota Avalon Limited in August 18' after our was totaled in a head-on accident. But, I ended up with a Honda Civic, and Ben was able to get me the payments I could comfortably make a Customer: Holly B. New events List. at AM - PM. PHD Defense by Tobias. Matthew Roy Kenseth (born March 10, ) is an American former professional stock car . In , Kenseth returned to the Nationwide Series for 16 races driving Joe Gibbs .. Two weeks later, car owner Joe Gibbs met with the appeals board. The Toyota manufacturer's points suspension was increased to 7 races.
At Martinsville, Kenseth came into a turn going very fast, causing his car to wheel-hop. He hit Kevin Harvick hard, who's still in the Chase, causing Harvick to spin. Harvick hit the wall hard and fell 42 laps back. After hitting Harvick, a sideways Kenseth was bumped by Tony Stewart and straightened Kenseth out of his spin with no more damage. Laps later, after Harvick had returned to the track, he saw Kenseth coming behind him. Harvick, purposely checked-up trying to smash up Kenseth's radiator.
Kenseth saw what Harvick was doing and checked-up enough to avoid serious damage. Kenseth still finished in 6th place and is in 4th place of the Chase. Harvick finished in 33rd putting Kenseth 28 points down and swore that if this race is the cause of him not making it further into the Chase, that he was going to cause Kenseth not to make it either.
At Texas, Kenseth won his second pole of the year, but finished 25th. At Phoenix, Kenseth started 5th. He led no laps and finished 3rd and was eliminated from the Chase, trailing 4th place by three points.
At Homesteadthe last race of the season, Kenseth still led no laps and finished 6th. He finished 7th place in the standings. He started the race in 16th, led 21 laps and held off Martin Truex Jr. During the Daytona he started and finished thirty-fifth after being involved in an accident on lap Over the next few weeks, he had his ups and downs.
Kenseth won the pole position and returned to victory lane at Bristol to end a race winless streak. Several races later, Kenseth won his second pole of the year in the Coca-Cola On a late caution, Kenseth refused to pit during the final caution of the race, which helped him record a fourth-place finish.
At Pocono RacewayKenseth qualified seventh and took the lead on the final lap after several drivers ran out of fuel to win his first race at the track and his second win of the season. He qualified twenty-sixth and finished in fourth at Watkins Glen Internationalhis first top-five finish at the track.
In the Pure MichiganKenseth won his third pole and third race of the year. The win moved him to twentieth on the all-time wins list, passing Dale JarrettFireball Roberts and Kyle Busch with 34 career wins.
During the final race of the regular season, Kenseth started second and led of laps to win his fourth race of the season. In the first race of the Chase at Chicago, Kenseth started 12th. He led one lap to receive a bonus point with a fifth-place finish.
During the second race of the Chase at New Hampshire, race leader Kevin Harvick ran out of fuel with 3 laps to go which allowed Kenseth to take the lead.
He would go on to win his fifth race of the year and advances to the second round of the Chase. In the next race at Dover, because of rain, Kenseth was given the pole position for being the points leader. Kenseth led twenty-five laps and finished seventh to retain the points lead. During the Hollywood Casinohe led the most laps, but with five laps to go he was unable to keep Joey Logano behind him.
Logano purposely made contact with Kenseth, causing him to spin out, knocking him out of a position in the Eliminator Round, that Logano was already qualified for. At Talladega SuperspeedwayKenseth started in the second row of the grid. However, on the final green-white-checkered finish Kenseth crashed and finished twenty-sixth, prompting his elimination in the Contender Round. Feud with Joey Logano[ edit ] At Martinsville, Kenseth was penalized with a harsh suspension after a controversial wreck during the race.
Kenseth, who spent most of the race in the top ten, was involved in a crash, where Brad Keselowski hit him after breaking a tie rod midway through the race causing Kenseth to go down 9 laps for repairs; Kenseth came back on to the track and intentionally wrecked race leader Logano in retaliation for Logano spinning him out of the lead two weeks earlier at Kansas.
The fans went wild with applause and cheers in reaction. Kenseth was immediately disqualified for his actions. Then, Kenseth was summoned to the oval office after it was over. He was later suspended for two races with probation for 6 months. Car owner Joe Gibbs appealed citing an unprecedented and unfair penalty. On appeal, the probation period was reduced from six months to December 31, but the two race suspension was upheld by both the appeals panel and the Final Appeals officer Bryan Moss.
Kenseth's original explanation was that a tire went down and caused him to crash into Logano, but he later admitted following his suspension that it was deliberate and had no remorse for his actions.
Kenseth's actions had ultimately caused Logano to miss the final round of the Chase, due to Logano finishing badly at Texas and not winning the rain-shortened Quicken Loans Race For Heroes at Phoenix. In both races the fans erupted with applause in support for Kenseth when, at Texas, Joey Logano cut a tire and spun out to finish 40th.
At Phoenix, he finished 3rd knocking himself out of the Chase. During his return at Homestead-Miami SpeedwayKenseth started nineteenth and finished seventh to record his twentieth top-ten finish of the season.
His teammate Kyle Busch went on to win the championship for Kenseth ended up finishing 15th in the standings.
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He led 40 laps in the waning stages in the race. He took the white flag to start the final lap, but was passed by teammate Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex, Jr.
Kenseth's attempt at blocking backfired as he went sideways and lost several positions. Kenseth finished 14th while Hamlin edged Truex to the stripe to win the closest finish in the race's history. One week later in the Atlanta race, he was tagged for "improper fueling" during a green flag pit stop and was forced to serve a pass-through penalty.
I never heard anything about it or at least saw the flag or anything, so I came when they told me to come and I guess they must have penalized us a couple laps or something. At Talladega, Kenseth started 4th and led 39 of the first 71 laps and got caught up in a late-race wreck with Joey Logano and Danica Patrick causing Kenseth to barrel-roll onto his roof.
Kenseth exchanged words with Logano after the race, accusing Logano of shoving him off the track just before the wreck happened. At the restart of a caution at Dover, Kenseth started on the inside front row next to Jimmie Johnson.
Johnson looked to have gotten a great start but couldn't shift into 4th gear, causing an car wreck. Kenseth made it through, then the red flag came out.
With 10 laps remaining, Kenseth was having a hard time holding off Kyle Larson. But when 3rd position driver Chase Elliott challenged Larson, Kenseth then had no trouble winning the race to end a race winless streak. At the first New Hampshire race of the season, Kenseth held off Tony Stewart for his second win of the season, and his 38th career win. This win also makes it 2 wins in a row at New Hampshire.
The win moves Kenseth into 19th place on the all-times wins list passing Bobby Isaac and teammate Kyle Busch. In the Chase race at Phoenix, Kenseth was leading late in the race, but on a late-race restart, Kenseth wrecked with Alex Bowmanending his championship hopes.
Kenseth lost sponsor Dollar General prior to the season, leading Dewalt to up their number of races to a race primary sponsor. Tide also came on board for 3 races starting at the spring Phoenix race, though they sponsored an extra race at Martinsville in the spring because the team had no other sponsor for the race.
Circle K joined the team mid season to sponsor 6 races during the season starting at the spring Richmond race, where Kenseth was able to get his first pole and first stage win of the season, though Circle K ended up sponsoring an extra race due to the team having no other sponsor. Despite these deals, the 20 team still had to use Toyotacare as a fill-in sponsor at the spring Texas race and the spring Dover race. After a slow start to the season, Kenseth picked up his performance and came back to contend with Clint Bowyer and Joey Logano for a spot in the playoffs.
It started with a second-place finish at Watkins Glen.
It's the highest finish of his career on a road course. He won the pole for the regular-season finale at the Federated Auto Parts and made his 13th Career appearance in the Playoffs despite finishing 38th. Kenseth led most of stage 1 until he locked up the brakes and brought out a caution.
During the final stage, Danica Patrick spun after contact with Austin Dillon. While under caution, Kenseth got into Clint Bowyer as the field stacked up due an ambulance at the entry of pit road.
Had Logano who finished 2nd beaten Kyle Larson who won on the final restart, Kenseth would've missed the Playoffs for the first time since due to Logano's "Encumbered win" in Spring being made up thus the incident remains controversial.
He was knocked out of the playoffs when an 8th pitcrew member came over the wall to help fix his car that was involved in a wreck.
He was disqualified from the race and knocked out of the playoffs. He was still without a ride for the season.
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Offers did come to him, but from lower unknown owners to drive for them. He turned them down.
They later start dating. Dan Patch Matt Barr is a townie who is Marti's friend. He had an unspoken crush on her but now is dating Savannah, Marti's new friend on the team. He's of Irish descent with at least six siblings. Vanessa Lodge Sharon Leal is a former Hellcat cheerleader who is now the team's coach. Her job is threatened if the Hellcats do not place at the national competition. Woodsidea doctor who works at Lancer University and is now Vanessa's boyfriend.
Bill Marsh Aaron Douglas is the college's athletic director who is still involved in a "pay for play" scandal with players that could get the school's programs including the Hellcats suspended. Morgan Pepper Craig Anderson is a pre-law student and Marti's classmate.
He later befriends Marti and joins her to solve a legal case introduced by their teacher Julian Gale Harold.
Development[ edit ] "Through that book we were able to understand that there was a whole world here that hadn't been tapped into and Kevin Murphy was able to go in and bring it to life and create this universe for these characters.
I just think it's a great story. I think there's a lot of heart. I think there's a lot of struggle for all of our characters, especially our lead and her journey and her finding her identity and what she's going to do with her life.
I just found that interesting. On May 18,The Hollywood ReporterVariety and Entertainment Weekly reported that The CW had picked up the series for the — television season and confirmed that Paul Becker would be the head choreographer for the series. Jones would portray the male lead, a cheerleading "base" who falls for Marti, and Hemmens to play a cheerleader sidelined with a wrist injury.
Woodside was cast as Derrick Altman, a "handsome young physician who takes care of the Hellcats cheerleaders". Michalka has said that it was difficult for the writers to incorporate her storylines with the others. They stated that they plan to keep their music careers separate from the series, although Michalka advised that she would sing in the fourth episode.
It was later released into digital stores. He later added "So we are building a library of material. Once we have enough, we're gonna put it on iTunes and definitely do a soundtrack album.