Cambridge native Matt Kenseth has been nominated for the NASCAR Hall of Fame. The 50-year-old Kenseth has spent almost half of his life – 24 years – driving stock cars at the highest level of competition. The announcement of his nomination was made Wednesday. He will be enshrined as part of the Class of 2023 next January. During his accomplishment-filled career, he won a Cup Championship in 2003, 39 Cup Series races, and a total of 68 NASCAR races. Kenseth is the second Wisconsin driver honored this way, following Alan Kulwicki of Greenfield who was enshrined three years ago

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