BROOKLYN, Mich. -
The Roush organization has enjoyed a long and successful performance at the 2-mile track but hasn't won at Michigan since 2008.
Kenseth isn't necessarily concerned about the slump heading into Sunday's Pure Michigan 400 but understands how it may impact his team owner.
"Not necessarily for me but maybe for Jack because it is close to Livonia where he has done all his work and Roush Industries and Ford and all that," Kenseth said Friday at MIS. "For me it isn't any more or less than any other good track that we go to. It has been one of our better tracks through the years so whenever you go to the tracks that you perform better at than others you want to try to take advantage of that."
The 2003 Sprint Cup champion comes into Sunday's race third in the Sprint Cup Series point standings and feels good about his chance at visiting Victory Lane.
"You always hope that those are you best chances to win and you hope to win and when you don't it is a little disappointing, especially if you feel like you had one of the better cars," he said. "It has been one of the better tracks for us overall and hopefully we keep that up.”