Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 10/29/14
Sunday's victory at Kentucky Speedway gives Matt Kenseth his fourth win of 2013 and we are still one race shy of the halfway point of the season. He is followed by Jimmie Johnson with three wins. So naturally the question on a lot of race fans minds is whether this 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup championship is going to come down to the No. 20 versus the No. 48? The most wins that Matt has ever had in a single season in his NASCAR Sprint Cup career has been five and that was in 2002, when he was with Roush-Fenway Racing. Other than 2003, the year when he won the championship, I believe Matt is headed to his best season ever. His strong suit seems to be these mile-and-a-half tracks, so I expect to see him surpass five wins this year. It was a gutsy call Sunday on that last pit stop to only take fuel and no tires, but it paid off in a big way for the Joe Gibbs Racing team. Even though they are still leading the points and even though, as I mentioned, they do have three wins, I still believ...
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