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CONCORD, N.C. (July 31, 2014) –Roush Fenway Racing announces that legendary NASCAR driver Mark Martin is returning to the race team where he excelled behind the wheel for almost 20 years – this time as the team’s driver development coach. Martin was the first driver hired by team owner Jack Roush when he founded his NASCAR operation in 1988. The two went on to become one of the most successful duos in sports history, accumulating 83 NASCAR wins, four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) Championship runner-up finishes, and building Roush Fenway into the winningest team in NASCAR history. Continue reading “Mark Martin Returns ‘Home’ to Roush Fenway Racing”→
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 27, 2014)– Roush Fenway Racing’s 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) lineup will consist of three teams anchored by two-time NASCAR champion Greg Biffle. Biffle, driver of the No. 16 Ford and Ricky Stenhouse Jr., driver of the No. 17 Ford and also a two-time NASCAR champion will be joined by Daytona 500 champion Trevor Bayne in the No. 6 Ford. The lineup features a veteran perennial ‘Chase’ contender in Biffle – who is currently competing to become the first driver to win a championship at all three of NACAR’s premiere series – as well as two of the sport’s most promising up and coming drivers. Continue reading “Roush Fenway Racing Announces 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Lineup”→
Roush-Fenway Racing is ready to show that the continuity in the organization from last season will pay off in 2014. With losing Matt Kenseth and gaining Ricky Stenhouse Jr. came big change for RFR, but now that they have a fully-adjusted year down, they are set to get back to their winning ways. Both Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards can put together title-contending seasons, as they have done in the past. 2013 didn’t include an RFR entry contending closely for the title like in years past, but 2014 opens the opportunity for it to happen again. With the new emphasis on winning, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. could also easily win and compete as well; putting success in the air at RFR for 2014. Continue reading “Roush-Fenway Racing Looks to Return to Winning Ways in 2014”→
Change has been the name of the game for Roush Fenway Racing the last few years. Some good changes, some bad changes. Going into the 2013 season, RFR has changed things up once again. Change after 2011 left RFR with an even worse season than the previous one. What will change after 2012 bring? We can answer that question in about 11 months. The changes RFR has made for the upcoming season are looking good and could put RFR back on top.
The regular-season in 2012 for Biffle was great. Biffle had multiple top five and ten finishes and even a few wins. He led the points for much of the regular-season but once the Chase began, Biffle was quiet. Biffle didn’t do anything spectacular in the Chase which led to a bad ending for a season that started out so greatly. A repeat performance of what he did last year is what Biffle and the No.16 team will be looking for this season but will they be as good? Only time will tell. Continue reading “Roush-Fenway Racing Looks to Find the Winning Formula in 2013”→