Matt Kenseth talks about impending departure from Roush Fenway Racing

Even after his victory at Talladega last week, Matt Kenseth's Sprint Cup title hopes are a long shot as he remains last in the chase standings, 62 points back of Brad Keselowski. As he looks ahead to this weekend's race in Charlotte, Kenseth talked about his impending departure from Roush Fenway Racing and what's to come with Joe Gibbs.
Matt Kenseth says, "I've been with one of the best organizations in the sport for 15 years, been driving there 10 or 12, 13 years, whatever it's been, and we've had a pretty good amount of success there. But at the same time, I also get to go to another one of the winningest organizations in the sport and have two of the winningest drivers over there right now and go to a car that's won championships and a lot of races. So it's also real exciting to go try something different and see how things are done somewhere else, because obviously they have a lot of success as well. So I am really excited about it. But, yeah, there's a little bit of anxiety just because it's all going to be different."

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