Kenseth gets fourth victory

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SPARTA, KY (TheSpread) – Matt Kenseth continued his strong 2013 NASCAR season on Sunday, getting his fourth win of the year, by winning the Quaker State 400.

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Jimmie Johnson seemed to have the car to beat for most of the day, but it was a late surge from Kenseth that allowed him to get the victory while Johnson had to settle for ninth place.

According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Kenseth came into the race with 7/1 odds to win, which means a wager of $100 on him to win will pay out an additional $700.

The win for Kenseth pushes him up to fifth in the point standings, 82 points outside of Johnson for first place. Johnson increased his lead in the point standings, moving it to 38 points ahead of Carl Edwards. Edwards came in 21st on Sunday.

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For a complete look at the results from the 2013 Quaker State 400, see below

2013 Quaker State 400 Results

1 Matt Kenseth (20)

2 Jamie McMurray (1)

3 Clint Bowyer (15)

4 Joey Logano (22)

5 Kyle Busch (18)

6 Kurt Busch (78)

7 Martin Truex Jr. (56)

8 Jeff Gordon (24)

9 Jimmie Johnson (48)

10 Kevin Harvick (29)

11 Kasey Kahne (5)

12 Dale Earnhardt Jr. (88)

13 Marcos Ambrose (9)

14 Ryan Newman (39)

15 Aric Almirola (43)

16 Juan Pablo Montoya (42)

17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (17)

18 Casey Mears (13)

19 Jeff Burton (31)

20 Tony Stewart (14)

21 Carl Edwards (99)

22 A J Allmendinger (47)

23 Danica Patrick (10)

24 Austin Dillon (51)

25 David Stremme (30)

26 David Ragan (34)

27 David Reutimann (83)

28 David Gilliland (38)

29 Ken Schrader (32)

30 Paul Menard (27)

31 Brian Vickers (55)

32 J.J. Yeley (36)

33 Brad Keselowski (2)

34 Greg Biffle (16)

35 Denny Hamlin (11)

36 Landon Cassill (33)

37 Joe Nemechek (87)

38 Michael McDowell (98)

39 Josh Wise (35)

40 Dave Blaney (7)

41 Mike Bliss (19)

42 Travis Kvapil (93)

43 Scott Riggs (44)

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