Matt Kenseth, Clint Bowyer and four others don’t make qualifying runs at Kansas
Six Cup teams failed to get their cars through qualifying inspection Friday at Kansas Speedway.
As a result, Matt Kenseth, Clint Bowyer, Matt DiBenedetto, Kasey Kahne, Timmy Hill and Michael McDowell did not make qualifying attempts. They will start from the rear of Saturday’s race.
It’s a rough start to Kenseth’s return to Cup racing with Roush Fenway Racing. He makes his first start of the year tomorrow night.
Bowyer’s problems come after a penalty from last week at Dover resulted in a two-race suspension for his car chief.
“We’re stuck back there in jail,” Bowyer told Fox Sports 1. “Pretty bad taste in my mouth right now. It’s hard not to go off because it’s frustrating. You’re sitting there watching the guys. The body was off, they made some adjustments and went back through and then the chassis is off.”