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Hornish: 'I can't wait to get to my next race'
Sam Hornish Jr. talks about his win in the Get To Know Newton 250 presented by Sherwin Williams at Iowa Speedway.
City of Newton to sponsor Iowa Speedway race
The first NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Iowa Speedway is May 18
Nationwide Series takes center stage at Iowa
Chris Rice and Chuck Bush get you up to speed with all the latest news heading in to the Get To Know Newton 250 Presented by Sherwin Williams at Iowa Speedway.
How to follow Nationwide Series action at Iowa
NASCAR.com's leaderboards will not be available for NNS Coors Light Qualifying
Elliott: From graduation to his full-time job
Chase Elliott attends high school graduation and Iowa practice, qualifying all in one day
Ty Dillon: 'It's time for us to win a race'
Ty Dillon is currently sitting fifth in the Nationwide Series standings
How to follow this week's Charlotte, Iowa races
At home or on the go, keep tabs on the Cup, Nationwide and Truck races this weekend
Follow on-track action from Iowa Speedway
NASCAR Nationwide teams prep for Sunday's Get to Know Newton 250
Regan Smith looks to contend in Dash 4 Cash
JR Motorsports driver says he regrets never qualifying for last season's contest
Kenseth penalized after failing to pit under green
RELATED: Full race results The No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing team of Matt Kenseth was penalized when it failed to pit under green by the end of Segment 1 in Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway . According to the event's rules, every team was required to perform at least a two-tire pit stop under green-flag conditions within the first 50 laps. However, Kenseth's team stayed out throughout the segment with the intent to pit under green at the last possible moment. That gamble did not pay off when a Lap 46 caution flag came out after Jamie McMurray 's No. 1 Chevrolet spun in Turn 2. "We were coming that time, which would have been coming to Lap 47 and then try to get two tires and keep your track position," Kenseth said. "That was his (crew chief Jason Ratcliff's) plan and we just caught the caution on the wrong lap." With the caution flag out, Kenseth was unable to pit under green prior to Lap 50. Kenseth was held on pit road and scored one lap down at the start of Segment 2. The sequence led to a pointed discussion between Kenseth and crew chief Jason Ratcliff over the scanner. On Lap 73, Kenseth was involved in a multi-car wreck that saw his night come to an early end with an 18th-place finish. RELATED: Stewart, Kenseth involved in wreck