Following a part-time schedule, Roush Fenway Racing announced mid-October that Ryan Reed will pilot the No. 16 American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes SM Presented by Lilly Diabetes Ford Mustang full-time in 2014.
Though Ryan Reed isn’t your normal NASCAR driver. Reed was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in February 2011.
At the time, he was told that he wouldn’t be...
Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart got a new crew chief Tuesday as both Stewart-Haas Racing and Roush Fenway Racing reorganized their competition departments.
SHR named Chad Johnston the crew chief for Stewart, who is making his second change since Darian Grubb led him to the Sprint Cup title in 2011. Grubb was replaced shortly after the season for Steve Addington, who lasted...
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Travis Pastrana has not had the results he had hoped for in the first 41 races of his NASCAR Nationwide Series career.
Pastrana has notched just four finishes inside the top ten during his brief Nationwide Series career and those results have made it difficult to any necessary sponsorship for Roush Fenway Racing to continue to fund the No. 60 car.
On Monday Pastrana...
Mike Calinoff is leaving Roush Fenway Racing at the end of the 2013 season.
The long time spotter has been serving as the eyes above the track for the No. 17 of Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in the Sprint Cup Series and at times the No. 6 of Trevor Bayne in the Nationwide Series this season. Previously Calinoff had been the spotter for Matt Kenseth while he was at RFR.
While Calinoff admitted...
Roush Fenway Racing (RFR) announced today its partnership with Ryan Reed and the American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes SM campaign, presented by Lilly Diabetes. Reed will drive the No. 16 RFR Ford full-time in the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series season, competing for a championship and rookie-of-the-year honors. Reed, a NASCAR driver making his dreams come true while...
The tributes and pledges to help Boston continue to roll in in the wake of Monday’s tragedy. Roush Fenway Racing is doing its part to contribute, too.
This weekend, NASCAR will be at the Kansas Speedway, including a Spring Cup race. Of course, Roush Fenway will be there, and it will be representing Boston in the Midwest.
All cars owned by Roush Fenway will have “B-Strong” decals...
ROUSH Performance and Roush Yates Performance Products are proud to announce a new partnership appointing Roush Yates as the certified installation facility for all ROUSH Performance parts.
Roush Yates Performance Products will now provide sales, service, and installation for all ROUSH Performance parts out of their Mooresville, NC facility. Both companies believe this new arrangement...
Matt Kenseth won Sunday’s race at Talladega with an impressive run on the races final two laps. His teammate Greg Biffle finished sixth.
Unfortunately for Roush Fenway Racing something that is where the good news stopped. The cargo door of the teams airplane was left open and luggage was thrown all over the runway.
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Jack Roush never got the opportunity to counter.
By the time Matt Kenseth informed Roush last week he was leaving Roush Fenway Racing after 14 seasons together, his new deal was already in place.
"Matt asked for an audience with me and told me he wouldn't be joining the team in 2013 and that he wanted to, obviously, race for a championship this year," Roush said....
Roush Fenway Racing has added sponsor Best Buy for the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, according to an item posted on the organization's site.
The company will serve as primary sponsor for Matt Kenseth's No. 17 Ford for nine races and for Carl Edwards' No. 99 Ford for two races. In addition, the company will serve as an associate sponsor for each.
"We are extremely...