Matt Kenseth sells his mansion for a cool @2 million

Top flight NASCAR drivers, like Matt Kenseth, can reap huge financial rewards on the track, which leads to huge purchases off it it.

Kenseth  made a huge purchase — a three story, 7,600 square foot European-style mansion in North Carolina — that has been on market since 2014. Realtor.com said the home was originally listed for $2.8 million and has been off and on the market since then. But on Monday, the real estate site announced the home has now sold for just over $2 million ($2,075,000 to be exact)

What does that get you? A lot. Like this:

All photos by Realtor.com

Now, if he can just find a ride for next year.

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