Matt Kenseth is the 2003 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion that has finished among the top 10 in the series championship in nine of his 13 seasons. He was the last driver to win the championship in the traditional points format before NASCAR moved to the current 10-race NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup playoff-style format the following season. Entering his 14th full season Matt moved to Joe Gibbs Racing as the driver of the No. 20 Dollar General/Home Depot Toyota. Kenseth owns 24 career Sprint Cup victories, including a career-high five in 2002 and the 2009 Daytona 500, and eight poles. He also is a former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year (2000) and International Race of Champions (IROC) champ (2004).