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Here's Matt Kenseth's Mark Martin Throwback Scheme for NASCAR All-Star Race | NESN fuel



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22.09.2017; Loudon , NH, USA, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Matt Kenseth (20) during qualifying for the ISM Connect 300 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway Mandatory Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sport

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And 20 years later, this victory receives appropriate recognition.

For the Saturday All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Matt Kenseth will feature a livery that honors Martin's triumph in 1998, as well as RFR founder and CEO Jack Roush. The race also marks Kenseth's second place in the # 6 Ford Fusion since returning to Roush last month.

Look at the return scheme in the following tweet:

And here's how Kenseth's color scheme is compared to what Martin 1998 won:

So how does Kenseth feel about honoring two NASCAR legends?

"Our color scheme this week is an allusion to Jack's first All-Star victory in 1998 with Mark," Kenseth said in a statement. "Obviously, these two have contributed so much to my career, and it's cool to honor them both this weekend."

Martin has, as you might expect, fond memories of taking the checkered flag two decades ago.

"The 1998 All-Star Race was really cool for me," Martin said in a statement. "We finished third with two laps to go and overtook Bobby Labonte, who came out on top of four with Jeff Gordon in front and around the time I passed Bobby, Jeff ran inside and slowed down, I was crazy Suddenly we were in the lead.

"We had no idea that we would win the race and it happened just as fast, which can be some of the best wins because you just never see it coming."

Kenseth became the second Roush rider to win the All-Star race when he climbed to victory in 2004. Kenseth then won the third All-Star win by RFR a year later.

Kenseth, 46, will make his 18th consecutive start in the annual exhibition event.


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