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Sprint Cup scouting report: Dover

Sprint Cup scouting report

Dover International Speedway

What/when: AAA 400, 2 p.m.

TV/radio: ESPN, 102.5-FM

The setup: Matt Kenseth says he might be Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch's biggest fan. Why not, after they finished 1-2 in the first two Chase races, with points leader Kenseth winning both. "What a terrible problem to have, huh?" Kenseth said of teammates competing for the Sprint Cup. "Everybody in the garage knows there's not a driver more talented than Kyle. It's not tough racing him like you don't want to race him; it's tough racing him because you know you're not going to be allowed many mistakes."

Times wires

Sprint Cup scouting report: Dover 09/28/13 [Last modified: Saturday, September 28, 2013 8:13pm]
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