LOUDON, NH (LEARFIELD-WSAU) Wisconsin driver Matt Kenseth has won the first two races in NASCAR's Chase for the Sprint Cup. The Cambridge native led for a race-high 190 laps yesterday in winning the Sylvania-300 in Loudon New Hampshire. Kenseth started ninth in his 500th career race in NASCAR's top circuit. He took the lead for the final time after a restart with 92 laps to go. Kyle Busch chased him down in the final 10 laps, but Kenseth hung on to win as Busch placed second. Kenseth continues to lead the Chase standings with 21-hundred-11 points, 14 ahead of the second-place Busch. Paul Menard of Eau Claire finished 22nd yesterday, and he dropped one place to 17th in the season point standings. Beloit-born Danica Patrick placed 27th at Loudon, and she fell one spot for the year to 27th. Travis Kvapil of Janesville was 28th in yesterday's race, and he remains 31st in the Sprint Cup standings.