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2012-07-11: Kenseth out, Stenhouse in for Roush-Fenway Racing in 2013


 
 
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CONCORD, N.C. -- Matt Kenseth brought Jack Roush his first championship at NASCAR's highest level, and his first victory in the sport's biggest race. Now a driver and a car owner who have been synonymous with one another for more than a decade are splitting up at season's end.

Roush Fenway Racing announced Tuesday that Kenseth would leave the organization at the end of this year and be replaced in the No. 17 car by current Nationwide Series champion Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Kenseth -- who is in the final year of his contract -- has made all but six of his 452 career Sprint Cup starts with Roush, winning a long-awaited championship for the organization in 2003, and claiming Daytona 500 titles in 2009 and this season. He also currently leads the points standings..

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