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Jack Roush, owner of Roush Fenway Racing, addressed the media Friday afternoon at Kentucky to discuss the announcement this week that Matt Kenseth would leave the organization at the end of this season and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. would be promoted to a full time Cup car in 2013.  WELCOME BACK TO YOUR HOME STATE. YOU HAD SOME NEWS COME OUT OF YOUR RACE ORGANIZATION THIS WEEK, TALK ABOUT THAT. “I want to say a couple things about Kentucky. I was born just up the road here in Covington, just south of Cincinnati and probably within a stone’s throw from where most of you landed. I spent my life in and around Cincinnati and the southern Ohio and northern Kentucky regions that are close by. It is coming home for me. When I was going through high school the only race tracks that we had were in central and southern Kentucky and around Cincinnati which was about 60 miles from my home. I never went to a race track until I was 18 years old and a senior in high school. I took my car up to Raven Rock...
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