Wisconsin NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth remains fourth in the Sprint Cup season point standings, despite getting into a 13-car crash yesterday at Pocono.  Both Kenseth and Paul Menard of Eau Claire got swept up in the crash, after Denny Hamlin’s car spun out of control following a late restart.  It knocked Kenseth out of the race after 116 of the 160 laps, and he finished 38th in the GoBowling.com 400.  Menard’s car landed underneath Tony Stewart’s vehicle.  Still, Menard was driving at the end, and finished in 33rd.  He dropped one place to 16th in the Sprint Cup standings.  Travis Kvapil of Janesville was Wisconsin’s top finisher in 25th.  He remains 39th for the year.  Beloit-born Danica Patrick was 30th yesterday, and she’s still 28th in the standings.  Dale Earnhardt Junior swept both Pocono events this year with another victory.  Jeff Gordon remains the series leader, 89 points ahead of the fourth-place Kenseth.