Cambridge, Wisconsin native Matt Kenseth led for 146 of 200 laps, winning Nascar’s Pure Michigan 400 on Sunday.
Kenseth started in the lead and stayed there for much of the race, earning his third Sprint Cup victory of the season and 34th of his career. It was also the fifth win in the last six races for Joe Gibbs Racing.
Kenseth led for 73% of the laps on Sunday, the highest percentage by anyone in a Sprint Cup race this year. He remains in 7th positions in the point standings.
Eau Claire’s Paul Menard finished 12th and Janesville’s Travis Kvapil was 40th.