The Roush Fenway Racing is an American stock vehicle racing group that contends in NASCAR Cup Series. However, it claims to be the most renowned racing organization in the 2000s and the early 2010s too. Following that, the team earlier competed in other NASCAR Series too.
The team earlier raced in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, ARCA Racing Series, Trans-Am Series, and the IMSA Camel GT.
Jack Roush found the team in 1988, with the base in Concord, North Carolina. Further, Roush got his way back to road racing in 2006, naming Roush Road Racing.
The team ran its maiden race for NASCAR Cup Series in 1988 at Daytona 500. Further, the team made its debut in the Xfinity Series in 1992, Goody’s 300. Following that, the team entered the Camping World Truck Series in 1995 at Heartland Tailgate 175 in Topeka. Finally, the team entered ARCA Re/Max Series in 2005 Advice Discount Auto Parts 200.
The team contended in 6,190 races. Further breaking into 3736 races in the Cup Series, 1712 races in r Xfinity Series, 712 races.
The current lineup of Roush Fenway Racing fields the No. 6 for Ryan Newman and No.17 for Chris Buescher.
|OWNERS||Jack Roush |
John W. Henry
Fenway Sports Group
|BASE||Concord, North Carolina|
|SERIES||NASCAR Cup Series|
|RACE DRIVERS||6. Ryan Newman |
17. Chris Buescher
|SPONSORS||6. Koch Industries, Wyndham Rewards, Castrol, Oscar Mayer, Roman, Roush Performance, Progressive Insurance, Acronis, Guaranteed Rate, Coca-Cola, Hy-Vee |
17. Fastenal, SunnyD, Fifth Third Bank, Roush Performance
|LATEST RACE||Cup Series: |
2020 Season Finale 500 (Phoenix)
2018 Ford EcoBoost 300 (Homestead)
Camping World Truck Series:
2009 Ford 200 (Homestead)
ARCA Re/Max Series:
2008 Hantz Group 200 (Toledo)