Matt Kenseth Embracing More Change with New and Improved

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Tuesday, 26 March 2013 19:14
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Matt Kenseth's 2013 season has been one full of exciting change - new team, new manufacturer, new sponsors and new crew chief. This past weekend, the 2003 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion also received a new website with the launch of the freshly designed by RACERSITES.

A leading provider of website design, development and management services for clients in motorsports industries, the Davidson, N.C.-based company designed the look and feel of the new site while working in conjunction with Kenseth's long-time web administrator Rae Augenstein.

"It was important for us to update the look and feel for the new site while keeping some of things that fans enjoyed about the old one," said Kenseth. "My family and friends have always managed the website and that won't change. I think that gives the fans a connection to me and to our race team. But, we've added some things that will hopefully enhance the fan experience."

The addition of Kenseth grows RACERSITES' already impressive portfolio that includes Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Penske Racing, Richard Childress Racing and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers Kurt Busch and Clint Bowyer.

"We are proud to work with a well-respected NASCAR driver like Matt Kenseth and to launch his new website," said Chuck Tate, Owner and CEO of RACERSITES. "Kenseth is both a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and Daytona 500 champion, and we look forward to a long relationship with him as he continues to build his brand."

Fans can visit the new site at and follow Kenseth and RACERSITES on Twitter at and For a complete view of the RACERSITES portfolio, please visit


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