Kenseth led the final 32 laps Sunday to win for the second time this season. He also won at Texas and became the third driver to win twice this season.
Kenseth made his Cup debut at Dover in 1998 as a fill-in for Bill Elliott.
The 400-mile race was dominated by long stretches of green flag racing. Jimmie Johnson led a race-high 207 laps and finished ninth.
Twins reliever relieved
Minnesota Twins reliever Jose Mijares has been placed on the disabled list with a sore left elbow.
Mijares is tied for the team lead with 18 appearances in 37 games this season, posting a 5.40 ERA with 11 walks in 11 2-3 innings.
Right-hander Jim Hoey was also optioned to Triple-A Rochester on Sunday as the Twins shuffled their struggling bullpen, which entered the game with the second-worst ERA in the league.
To fill in for Mijares, the Twins selected the contract of lefty Phil Dumatrait from Rochester where he posted a 1.15 ERA in 15 2-3 innings. To replace Hoey, right-hander Anthony Swarzak was recalled from Rochester. He had a 3.90 ERA in six starts.
Musician uses game
as civil rights platform
Carlos Santana has used baseball's annual Civil Rights Game as a platform to admonish Georgia and Arizona for their new immigration laws.
The Grammy-winning musician said he was representing immigrants before adding: ''The people of Arizona, and the people of Atlanta, Georgia, you should be ashamed of yourselves.''
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal on Friday signed a bill that cracks down on illegal immigration in the state. Georgia's new law shares some similarities to one enacted last year in Arizona.
Former player hospitalized
The Italian tennis federation says Australian tennis great Ken Rosewall has been admitted to the stroke ward of a Rome hospital after falling ill while attending the Rome Masters.