Found November 07, 2012 on Speedway Digest - Home for NASCAR News: Yardbarker Blogger Network
It is always great to see young talent make it's way into the top tier of NASCAR. It is also always neat to see NASCAR family bloodlines stretch over generations. Ross Kenseth, the 19-year old son of Sprint Cup Series veteran Matt Kenseth, might be the next driver to make that step. Kyle Busch Motorsports owner Kyle Busch is interested in trying to put Kenseth in a 2013 Camping World Truck Series ride. As it is with every driver and in every series, sponsorship will be the big deciding factor. "I'd like to do something with Ross," Busch said. "It's just a problem trying to get funding. There's no backing for some of the drivers that are here right now. The price is obviously cheaper in the truck series. You can start small and grow big. But it's hard to get interest there." Kenseth is currently studying engineering at Clemson University but has been turning heads on short tracks this season. In July, Kenseth won the Redbud 300 at Anderson (I...
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