Matt Kenseth won his second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race besting the Monster Mile and winning the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks at the Dover International Speedway Sunday afternoon.

Matt Kenseth won his second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race besting the Monster Mile and winning the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks at the Dover International Speedway Sunday afternoon.


Kenseth and crew chief Jimmy Fennig decided to only change two tires during a pit stop with fewer than 40 laps remaining and turned that risk into his second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory.


The trio of Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards and Clint Bowyer lead 353 of the 400 laps on the Monster Mile, but the critical decision paid off and landed him in the winner circle.


Kenseth passed second-place finisher Mark Martin in the closing stages of the race and never relinquished the lead.