CONCORD, N.C. (AP) - Roush Fenway Racing will run Matt Kenseth's team next year even if the 2003 NASCAR champion does not have a sponsor.
Kenseth won Saturday night's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. It was his third victory of the season and moved him into the thick of the championship race.
After the race, he dryly thanked his sponsors and noted it's not too late for the companies to change their mind and return to the No. 17 Ford next season. Kenseth does not have a primary sponsor in place for next year.
But team owner Jack Roush says he'll run the car out of pocket if necessary.

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