★ Roush Fenway Racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series
Founded in 1988, the NASCAR program is built around having multiple cars and providing engine, engineering and race car build services to other NASCAR teams fielding Ford branded vehicles. The multi-team aspect of the company allows for information and resources to be shared across the enterprise, improving the performance of all of the teams. Since the 2004 season, engines for the cars have been provided by Roush-Yates Engines, a partnership between Roush Fenway Racing and now-closed rival Yates Racing, with Doug Yates as head engine builder. Roush-Yates also provides engines, cars and parts to other Cup teams, including Wood Brothers Racing, Team Penske and Front Row Motorsports.
Between 1998 and 2000, and 2003-2009, rush racing worked five full-time Cup teams 6, 16, 17, 26 / 97, 99, more than any other organization, including Hendrick Motorsports and Richard Childress racing, which there are already four regular teams. Since 2001, after several years of operation in a separate room, the team was moved to a store in Concord, North Carolina, with the aim of increasing productivity and communication. Rush racing NASCAR set a record, putting all five of its racing teams in the chase for the Cup Nextel in 2005. After the 2009 season, Roush Fenway has been ordered by NASCAR to cut its operations to four teams in the sprint series Cup, losing to the No. 26 team. The team later reduced to three teams after the 2011 season, and will once again be reduced to two teams after the 2016 season.
1.1. Cars Car No. 06 history. (История автомобиля № 06)
At 06 attempts ten races led by team Manager Frank stark during the 2006 season to prepare Roush racing driver development to build a career in the future, the championship, and ultimately will replace mark Martin in the No. 6 car. Todd Kluever was originally served as the sole driver, but was replaced with David Ragan at the end of the season. The team debuted with Kluever behind the wheel at Chicagoland Speedway on July 9 with sponsorship from 3M. Kluever also drove the car at Michigan international Speedway, Kansas Speedway, lowes Motor Speedway, and attempted to start races at California Speedway, Phoenix international raceway, Speedway HOMESTEAD-Miami. David Ragan, with sponsorship from Sharp Aquos with, ran for No. 06 international Speedway in Dover, and Martinsville Speedway in the fall, and missed the second 2006 race at Texas Motor Speedway.
1.2. Cars Car No. 6 history. (Автомобиля № 6 история)Mark Martin 1988–2006
6 car began as Roush racings original foray into NASCAR, debuting in 1988 in the Daytona 500 race, as # 6 Strohs light Ford sponsored. Since then short track driver Mark Martin at the wheel of the future of NASCAR, and Robin Pemberton, Vice-President, as the head of the team, the team finished 41st after an engine failure after 19 laps. However, performance quickly improved, with Martin winning a pole position at the end of the season and achieving ten top ten finishes. With a year of experience under their belt, Roush and Martin went on a tear in 1989, winning six poles, earning eighteen ranks in the top ten and win for the first time at North Carolina Speedway. The team took third place in the championship points.
Getting new sponsorship of coffee in 1990, Martin won three races and pole positions, and has also ranked in the top ten in all six races. Martin held the points lead for most of the season, but have lost momentum in the final races. In the end, the team lost the championship Dale Earnhardt by 26 points. Martin would have won the championship had he not been docked 46 points in the second race of the season after violating the rules. Regardless of what the team hopes to maintain the momentum in 1991. Unfortunately, Martin finished sixth in points and did not win until the season finale at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
In 1992, Valvoline joined to sponsor the car, but the standings in points still did not improve. Finally, they recaptured the magic of before in 1993, as Martin notched five victories and finished third in points. 1994 found Martin and the team # 6 finishing runner-up to Earnhardt in the points again. In 1995, Martin defeated former teammate Wally Dallenbach Jr. to win at Watkins Glen and won the most money in his career to that point: $1.893.519. However, the team performance fell sharply in 1996, as Martin finished the season winless. He won again in 1997, with an additional four victories and finishing third in the championship points. In 1998, Martin and team 6 had their most dominant season, winning seven times, but took second place again in the points, this time to Jeff Gordon. The 1998 season was marked with a black spot when Martins father Julian died in a plane crash. Although 1999 saw Martin winning only twice, he finished in the top ten in 26 of the 34 races.
Having won only one race in 2000, primary sponsor Valvoline left for mb2 Motorsports, and Pfizer Viagra became the teams new sponsors. In addition, throughout the season Martin served as the co-owner / mentor Kenseth driver Matt. However, Martin again failed to win and finished 12th in points, it was his lowest finish since 1988. The team won only one race in 2002, but was narrowly defeated by Tony Stewart for the championship. 2003 was another season of bad performance of the team without a win and 17th place in the final standings. 2004 has brought higher performance with a victory at Dover and fourth place finish in the points. Until the next season Martin stated that 2005 would be his last year in intramural competition Cup. The team held a "salute to you" farewell tour to his fans highlighting many of Martins career achievements. Martin finished fourth in points and one day went to Victory lane, along with achieving 19 top ten finishes. Due to issues with the contract, rush was left without a driver for car No. 6 in 2006. After studying the situation, Martin announced his return to the car No. 6 the following year. The team extended the "salute to you" tour after modifying its paint scheme to reflect the teams new sponsor AAA. Martin went winless, but had seven top fives and 15 top-tens on the way to a ninth-place points end in his last year at rush. He moved to Ginn racing and Dale Earnhardt Inc. of the time in 2007 and 2008, then run a few full seasons for Hendrick Motorsports and two incomplete seasons with mSv, Gibbs and Stewart-Haas, goes away after 2013. Martin earned 35 of his 40 career wins in Roushs number 6.David Ragan 2007–2011
Todd Kluever was originally scheduled to drive the No. 6 car in 2007, running a few races in the No. 06 Cup machine in the waiting, but because of the poor performance of the Busch series, Roush racing decided to put the truck series Driver David Ragan in the car all the time. In his rookie season, Ragan had three top-tens and finished 23rd in points, but with many accidents. Next season, Ragans performance improved dramatically. He had fourteen top-ten finishes and competed for a spot in the Chase for the Cup, before finishing in 13th place in the standings points.
The AAA team left No. 6 after the end of the 2008 season for Penske racing, with Windows taking over sponsorship for the car Ragans 2009. Ragan only had two top-ten finishes and has finished in 27th place. Next year the team started on a mixed note by nearly Winning the 2011 Daytona 500, only to be penalized for an early lane change. The team then won at Daytona in July for the first time since 2005. Despite the victory, the UPS left the team No. 6 and moved on to an associate team sponsor of the No. 99. Jack Roush announced that RFR would not field the teams No. 6 in 2012, forcing the team to appoint or dismiss approximately 100 employees. Ragan moved to front row at No. motorsports 34 car, and crew chief drew Blickensderfer moved to Richard Childress racing.Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 2012
After the companys flagship since 1988, the team became incomplete R&,D team in 2012. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. drove in the 2012 race, the Daytona 500 with crew chief Chad Norris, qualifying 8th place in the race for a while. He was 20th in the race and finished 21st. Without sponsorship, the team plans to close after the Daytona 500, Jack Roush selling teams in the top 35 owner points to the former head of the team RFR Frank Stoddard and his FAS lane racing team. However, Stenhouse made the race in the No. 6 car for more than three races at Dover, Charlotte and HOMESTEAD in the fall.2013–2014 hiatus and Trevor Bayne 2014–2018
And # 6 the car will not start in 2013. In the fall of 2014, it was announced that in 2011 the race Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne will drive in 2015, Xfinity series sponsor AdvoCare covering the entire season. In training, Bane tried 2014 Bank of America 500 at Charlotte in the No. 6 car in addition to his part-time ride with wood brothers racing, but posted a 38th best time and could not get through, the companys first DNQ since 2006.
After a very weak start standards, Roushs, bein recorded his first top 10 of the year in June in the rain shortened race at Michigan international Speedway. He recorded another top-ten in Daytona in July after the fight for the victory in the end of the race. And # 6 will fight for most of the season ending on the 29th in owner points. In 2016, Bain got the five tens and two top fives on the way to the 22nd place points finish.
2017 was basically the same for Bane, as he again finished 22nd in points. The team tried to pick up strategies facilities to win in Indianapolis, but caution came out, erasing Baines lead and Bain were part of one of the numerous accidents that occurred in the final laps.Shared ride with Matt Kenseth 2018
On 25 April 2018, Fenway Roush racing announced that Matt Kenseth will return to the team and shared No. 6 with a Bane concurrently, with Wyndham rewards as its main sponsor. He made his return in 2018 KC masterpiece 400 in Kansas and participated in 2018 monster energy NASCAR all-Star race in Charlotte. On September 12, 2018, Fenway racing Roush announced that Bayne will return to the team in the season 2019. Baines the final race with RFR was in 2018 AAA Texas 500 with a finish of 21st place. A week later, Kenseth scored number 6 highest finish of the season with a seventh place at the 2018 can-am 500. This was defeated to sixth in Kenseths the final race in the season-ending 2018 Ford EcoBoost 400.Ryan Newman 2019
On 21 September it was reported that Ryan Newman will take about 6 cars. On October 23, 2018 Fenway Roush racing announced that Scott graves will be the team leader Newmans. On 10 January 2019, it was announced that the Oscar Mayer, who has previously sponsored Kenseth and Kurt Busch in 2000-e years, will be the main sponsor of the 6th car.
1.3. Cars Wally Dallenbach Jr. 1992–1993. (Уолли Далленбах-Младший 1992-1993)
Originally the first car to make Roush racing a multi-car stable, the 16 team debuted at the 1992 Daytona 500 with Keystone beer as a sponsor. Wally Dallenbach, Jr. drove the car in 15th place. Dallenbach, however, earned only one top ten finish this year and finished 24th in points. 1993 proved to be a little better with Dallenbach posting four of the dozen.
1.4. Cars Ted Musgrave 1994–1998. (Тед Масгрейв 1994-1998)
However, in 1994, the team has undergone major changes. Driving duties were given to Ted Musgrave, with the family channel becoming the new sponsor. Machine performance has improved significantly, with Musgrave notching three poles and finishing 13th in points. In the season 1995 Musgrave improving six spots in points to seventh. Despite this success, Musgrave did not visit victory lane during his tenure behind the wheel of 16, finishing in 16th place in the points in 1996 and 12th in 1997.
1.5. Cars Kevin Lepage 1998–2000. (Кевин Лепаж 1998-2000)
In mid-1998, Musgrave was released sitting in 17th place in the standings points. For the final 13 races of the season, he was replaced by rookie Kevin Lepage, who left his ride with LJ racing. In the Pepsi 400 in October, Lepage broke his leg in the accident. Then rush Kenseth driver of the matte practised the car for Lepage next race in Phoenix. Lepage has earned eight top-20 finishes including a sixth at Charlotte, finishing second to Kenny Irwin Jr. for rookie of the year honors.
Together with the sponsor machine Primestar, which was later replaced by TV shows Lepage and the No. 16 team began 1999 with a fifth place in the Darlington Raceway, and later having a chance to win the Winston million, no bull 5 bonus, and earn the pole position in the season ending race in Atlanta. Despite the bright spots, he finished 25th in points with two top ten finishes. "TV guide" did not renew the contract for the 2000 season. In No. 16 from wounds early in the season not sponsored, before ultimately signing a multi-year contract with FamilyClick. During the year, Lepage missed two races and dropped to 28th place in the standings. Dissastisfied with the teams performance, FamilyClick did not return as a sponsor and the team was disbanded, with Rausch Contracting four full-time teams.
1.6. Cars Greg Biffle 2002–2016. (Грег Биффл 2002-2016)
During the season 2002, No. 16 will be used to prepare 2000 NASCAR craftsman truck series champion and eventual Busch series champion Greg Biffle for his Rookie of the year campaign next year. Biffle failed to qualify in three of his four attempts in the car, he made just seven starts as a replacement for Andy Petree Racing, and later small businesses. Biffle ran all the time as a rookie in 2003, with W. W. Grainger sponsoring the car. Biffle started 35 of 36 races, won the Pepsi 400 at Daytona, and finished Vice-Jamie McMurray rookie of the year. Next year the car had new primary sponsorship from the National guard of the United States, with a major tie of the subway, Jackson Hewitt, and Travelodge. Biffle opened the year with Pole at the Daytona 500. During the 2004 season, Biffle scored wins in the Michigan and HOMESTEAD, and finished 17th in points. In 2005, 3ms post-it brand and Charter Communications joined as part-time sponsors. The year 2005 was the most successful year for car No. 16 today, as the national guard-sponsored Ford won the season-six races and finished second in the Chase for the Cup Nextel. Biffle will sign the extension of the disc 16 until at least 2008. However, Biffle will miss the chase in 2006, finishing in 13th place in points despite two wins. He won once in 2007 in Kansas, and finished 14th in points.
After 2007, the national guard did not renew its contract, moving to Hendrick Motorsports and the No. 25. Ameriquest mortgage-sponsored car, which has sponsored most of the series of the 2006 season Bush on rush, has signed a three-year contract to move up to Biffles No. 16 from riding on the Cup, with 3M is sponsoring six races. By March, however, the company asked to be released from the last two years of the contract, and a waiver naming the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Ameriquest was one of the largest operators of the mortgage loan, and the sponsorship pullout likely coincided with the bubble in the real estate market of 2007. Several companies, including Aflac, Nintendo, dish network, and Jackson Hewitt with authors prior to the end of the season instead.
It was announced on 27 June 2008 that Biffle signed a contract extension to remain at Roush-Fenway through 2011 with 3M as his major sponsor. This season, he ranked third in points and won two races, but did not return to victory lane in 2009. In 2010 3M returned as the main sponsor with the Red Cross as a secondary. Biffle and team number 16 is a very good start, finishing third at Daytona and stayed in the TOP 12 in points all year long. Biffle also won this years two races with dressing Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono, as well as the Price chopper 400 at Kansas leading to the sixth place in the standings. Biffle struggled throughout the following years, failing to return to victory lane and finishing 16th in points. In 2012 he started the season with three consecutive third places and a win early at Texas put him in points lead, but in the end it was his teammate Matt Kenseth.
In 2013, Roush Fenway began to struggle. However, Biffle got the 1.000 th victory for the manufacturer Ford in Michigan in June and made the chase, finishing 9th in points. In 2014, the team continues to struggle for speed, going winless for the first time since 2011 and finished 14th in points. In August 2014, it was announced that a long-time sponsor 3M will leave the team at Hendrick Motorsports, and that the Scotts miracle brand Orto Gros will take over primary sponsorship. Scott, who had previously been a sponsor of Carl Edwards at Roush, made its debut at Bristol in August 2014. For the 2015 season, and No. 16 will compete for most of the season, falling to 20th in points, the best of all the teams rush for the year then 23rd place finish in 2016. After the 2016 season is over, the RDF and Biffl parted, cars, articles of Association, together with the driver rush Chris Buesher, ultimately, was leased to JTG Daugherty racing. After not working for three years, about 16 will return to 2020 Daytona 500 with Justin Haley Kaulig race.
1.7. Cars Car No. 17 history. (История автомобиля № 17)Matt Kenseth 1999–2012
The team entered the Premier series NASCARs on an incomplete level, as No. 60 in 1998. In 1999, the team was renumbered as No. 17 car with Matt Kenseth as a driver, DeWalt tools as the sponsor, and Robbie Reiser as crew chief. It was the same combination was run on Reisers own Busch Grand national team. Premiering at the summer Michigan race in 1999, Kenseth finished 14th. Fourth place finish one month to Dover proved Kenseth was ready for Cup.
In 2000, Kenseth and the No. 17 has started every race, won the Coca-Cola 600, and defeated favorite Dale Earnhardt Jr. for rookie of the year honors. The 2001 season saw Kenseth finish 13th in points, wins and only nine top-ten finishes. However, the team saw a noticeable improvement in the next year, as Kenseth won five races in 2002, ultimately reaching an eighth place in points.
While winning only once in 2003 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Kenseth held to be extremely consistent to win the final Winston Cup 90 points, earning Jack Roush his first championship. Some say that Kenseth winning the championship with only a single win and leading the points standings for 33 consecutive weeks is the reason NASCAR switched to the new format of the chase for the Cup.
The team continued to play in 2004, winning two races, making the chase for the Nextel Cup and finishing eighth in points. In 2005, Kenseth finished seventh in points after experiencing a disappointing beginning of the season. However, the second half of the year brought a new surge of success for cars, how to win at Bristol Motor Speedway helped the team make its second consecutive Chase for the Cup of Nextel. In 2006, Kenseth won four races and finished second to Jimmie Johnson in the championship standings. Kenseth won the first two races of the 2009 season winning Jack Roush his first Daytona 500. Due to the fall of the economy, however, Kenseths longtime sponsor of Develto informed Roush Fenway racing on July 23, 2009 that they will no longer sponsor the teams No. 17 during the 2010 season. Crown Royal announced that they would move to No. 17 in 2010 for 35 races as Valvoline sponsors the remaining 3. For 2011, Kenseth returned to Victory lane at Texas, Dover and Charlotte. However, the Royal announced that they will not return to the team under the number 17, and concentrate their efforts on NASCAR races the brickyard 400 sponsorship. Despite this, Kenseth finished fourth in points.
In 2012, Kenseths primary sponsorship was split between best buy, zest soap, and fifth third Bank, although the team was still forced to run several races not sponsored. Kenseth started the year strong, winning the Gatorade duel qualifying race in the 2012 Daytona 500, which was also Jack Roushs 300th victory in NASCAR and his second race of Daytona 500 victory. It was later announced that Kenseth is leaving Roush Fenway racing after the season, even if he had no command, he was going. Kenseth made the chase and won two of the ten chase race Talladega and Kansas, finishing seventh in the standings. The next season, Kenseth with Joe Gibbs racing in 2013.Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 2013–2019
In 2013, Kenseth was replaced by rookie Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Stenhouse inherited Kenseths sponsorship, while adding primary support from the national insurance to cover the growth of races. Stenhouse showed promise as he finished 12th in the 2013 Daytona 500. Through the first 17 points races, his highest finish was 11th. He also finished second in the sprint showdown. Stenhouses best finish of the season was third place at Talladega in October.
In 2014, the teams best buy sponsorship was replaced by Cargill, while keeping zest, fifth-third and nationwide. Stenhouse struggled along with the rest of the program Rausch. It most of the summer to work with the new head of the team Mike Kelly is trying to improve the chemistry of the team. Resolution # 17 suffered through a dismal season, with Stenhouse recording two top-tens, while not able to go. The team finished 28th in owner points.
In 2015, nationwide insurance moved to Hendrick Motorsports to sponsor Dale Earnhardt Jr., zest, Cargill, and fifth-third back and No. 17, with the primary sponsorship of the anchor Fastenal, moving from Roushs car No. 99. The band recorded three top-tens and ended the season 25th of owner and driver points. Stenhouse improvement in 2016, received a four top fives and six dozen. He gained four positions in the points to 21, its better to run with his Rookie of the year in 2013, working better than his teammates.
In 2017, Stenhouse claimed his first career victory at the spring Talladega race. He then took his second victory in 2017 Coke zero 400 at Daytona. Stenhouse the playoffs and finished 13th in points. Stenhouse fought during the 2018 season, failing to win a race and scored just three top-five and five-10S end time 18-th place in the standings.
On 29 may 2019, it was announced that the nose energy drink will sponsor the No. 17 as a primary in Michigan and assistant for the rest of the season. Nose previously sponsored by Stenhouse during his championship run in the NASCAR 2012 nationwide and Cup from 2013 to 2015. 25 September, Fenway Roush racing announced that they parted with Stenhouse at the end of the season, with Chris Buesher to replace him in season 2020.
1.8. Cars Car No. 26 history. (Автомобиля № 26 истории)
The first 26 car debuted in 1998 as Roushs first attempt at a fifth NASCAR Cup series 6, 16, 26, 97, 99. The team hired a third-year driver johnny Benson Jr., buying out his contract with Bahari racing and was signed by General Mark Millss cheerleaders as her sponsor. After failing to qualify at Daytona in No. 26 of debuted in North Carolina, where Benson took the 30th place in the car. Benson ended the 1998 season with three top-fives, tens and tens, and earned the 20th place in the championship points. In 1999, under the No. 26 car had a very disappointing year. After mustering only two top-ten finishes and dropping eight lines in points, Benson was given his release from the team to drive for Tyler engine motorsports. General mills and cheerios, and will leave Roush racing to replace STP as the primary sponsor of the famous No. 43 of petty enterprises driver John Andretti. Without a driver or sponsor the team ceased operations.
1.9. Cars Chad Little 1993–2000. (Чад Немного 1993-2000)
Train No. 97 for the first event of the fall of 1993 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Sponsor Kleenex and owned by Greg thumb, Chad little was the driver. Small and large fingers ran concurrently for four years with various sponsorships until 1997, when they ran with the support of John Deere. However, after experiencing financial and operational difficulties, Roush bought the team three quarters of the way through the season, becoming the fifth Roush racing entry. Little qualified for 27 of the 32 races this year. The team returned in 1998, with a small signing a multi-year contract, and the car is changing on a Ford nameplate from Pontiac.
Despite the lack of spring race in Atlanta, little finished a career-best second at the Texas 500 and finished 15th in points. After that, the teams performance slipped and in mid-2000 it was announced that little would leave the team.
1.10. Cars Kurt Busch 2000–2005. (Курт Буш 2000-2005)
Before the fall race in Dover, little was released and Kurt Busch look craftsman truck series Driver, drove for the team in the last seven races. John Deere is leaving, car No. 97 as about 16 car in 2000, started the 2001 season not sponsored, but soon found sponsors from brands of the Newell Rubbermaid company of Rubbermaid and a Sharpie. Buschs rookie year in the Winston Cup unspectacular save for a pole at Darlington. The team took 27th place in points, only six top-ten finishes. In 2002, Busch grabbed headlines after battling with Jimmy Spencer for a win at Bristol. This caused rivalry between the two drivers, who continued in subsequent years. However, in the season of 2002 marked the age of majority for a team that has won four times, including 3 of the last five races and the season finale in Homestead and finished third in the championship points. Bush drove the No. 97 to victory lane four times in 2003, along with 14 top ten finishes. The team rode in the top ten for most of the season, but at the end of the fight season led the team to 11th place points finish. The year 2004 was a defining year team 97. After winning three times, earning 21 top, and clinching a pole, Busch won the first chase for the Cup. In 2005 he won three times and finished tenth in points.
In the middle of the 2005 season, Busch shocked many in the NASCAR community when he announced that he is leaving Roush racing and replacing the retiring rusty Wallace in the No. 2, owned by Penske racing. November 7, 2005 it was announced that Busch had been released from contractual obligations at Roush and would leave the team at the end of the season. In November 2005, Busch was cited for careless driving in district of Phoenix international raceway. Although there was no action taken by NASCAR, Roush racing suspended Busch for the remainder of the 2005 season. Kenny Wallace took his place in the final two races of the season. On 16 November 2005 it was officially announced that the car number 97 is renumbered as No. 26 In the past, used rush in 1999 for the season 2006.
1.11. Cars Jamie McMurray 2006–2009. (Джейми МакМюррей 2006-2009)
After initially signed to replace mark Martin in the 6 car, Jamie McMurray was the 26 car new driver, and sponsorship from crown Royal, Smirnoff ice, and Irwin industrial tools. He had seven in the top ten and finished 25th in points in his first year with the team. In 2007, the season hit its peak when McMurray defeated Kyle Busch by 0.005 seconds to win the Pepsi 400. McMurray would end 2007 with one win, three top fives and nine top tens along with a 17th-place in the points. 2008 was basically the same for No. 26, but improving one spot to 16th with four top fives in the last six races of the season. 2009 was the last season for the No. 26 team because of the new NASCAR rules, which limit all teams to four regular cars. McMurray finished 22nd in points, and returned to the Chip Ganassi racing then Earnhardt Ganassi of racing for 2010. Royal crown went to division No. 17 of Matt Kenseth in 2010 after Develto terminated its sponsorship due to the economic downturn.
1.12. Cars Latitude 43 Motorsports 2010. (Широты 43 Мотоспорта 2010)
In January 2010, Vermont businessman bill Jenkins purchased the team and its owner points, the singing of the "contract of services" with RDF to provide equipment and assistance. New 26 team was called latitude 43 motorsports after the cleaning products company Jenkins owns.
1.13. Cars Car No. 99 history. (История автомобиля № 99)Jeff Burton 1996–2004
In the car No. 99 first raced at the 1996 Daytona 500, with Jeff Burton driving and the site of Exide batteries as a sponsor. The car took 5-th place in this race. After missing the first Atlanta race, Burton won a pole at Michigan and finished 13th in the points standings. Burton won the first three races of his career in 1997, including the first stage of the Cup at the Texas Motor Speedway and finished the season fourth in points. In 1998 Burton enjoyed another successful season, winning 2 races, mounting 23 top ten, and finished fifth in the championship points standings. A team led by points in 1999, but lost the first place after performing poorly at Richmond. The team again took the 5th place in points, six wins and - as last year–23 top-tens. At the end of 2000, the company ceased sponsorship, and Citgo joined the new financial support. The car finished a team-high third place in the points standings with four victories, one of which was in new Hampshire in September where NASCAR used restrictor plates following the death of Adam petty and Kenny Irwin earlier this year, 22 top-tens, and one pole. Burton have won 2 race in 2001 at Charlotte and Phoenix, but fell back to 10th place in the points with 16 top tens. Order number 99 will not win any races with Burton behind the wheel, as he failed again in 12th place points standings finishes in 2002 and 2003.
After the 2003 season, Citgo stopped its sponsorship for the team No. 99 and Rausch could not find a full-time sponsor to run the team. Burton continues to race for the team with several one-off sponsorship deals, such as Pennzoil, team caliber, hot wheels and some support from his secondary authors such as SKF. With the financial condition No. 99 of doubt and Burton struggling rumors began circulating that Burtons days in the No. 99 was close to the end. Burton, In the end, to leave Roush after eight and a half years to replace johnny Sauter in the No. 30 AOL-sponsored Chevrolet for Richard Childress racing.Carl Edwards 2004–2014
To fill the void left by the departure of Roush elevated Carl Edwards from the truck. Edwards showed immediate promise while driving not sponsored car No. 99, placing five in the top ten in his shortened season. In 2005, his first full season with sponsorship from Scotts, office depot, Stonebridge company life insurance, world financial group, Edwards won four races and finished in a tie for 2nd place in the points standingswith teammate Greg Biffle actually won on a tie-break by virtue of his series-Best six victories. In 2006, the office became the exclusive sponsor of the team. Edwards failed to win or make the Chase for the Cup, posting ten fives, but to finish 12th in points. Edwards broke his 52-race losing streak, winning in 2007, citizens Bank 400 at Michigan international Speedway. In 2008, Edwards posted a series-make it nine victories and also led in fives and top-tens, but he still was second on 69 points in the three-time consecutive champion Jimmie Johnson. Office depot had not renewed its sponsorship after the 2008 season. In 2009, Aflac became a new sponsor of Carl Edwards and car No. 99. Edwards made the chase in 2009 finishing 11th in points, despite not winning the race. In 2010, Kelloggs moved from Hendrick Motorsports to join the team as the primary sponsor for two races, and associate sponsor for the rest of the season. Scotts also joined in sponsorship of the Cup Edwards after several years as a national sponsor. Edwards snapped a 70-race winless skid with a victory in the 2010 Kobalt tools 500 at Phoenix international channel. A week later he won his second race in a row at HOMESTEAD-Miami Speedway in the Ford 400.
In 2011, Edwards was still riding behind No. 99. He won his only race of the season at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, but managed to stay in the TOP 12 with consistent finishes. Kelloggs and subway returned to sponsor a few races, and Edwards managed to finish 2nd in points in the tiebreaker to Tony Stewart. For 2012, order No. 99 was organized by Fastenal, Kelloggs, UPS and best buy. Edwards finished 15th in points, winless, with three fives and 13 top-tens. In 2013, Edwards ended his losing streak by winning in Phoenix.
Edwards won the Food city 500 in Bristol in March 2014 to lock myself in the fact that years chase. He later went on to conquer Toyota / housing 350, his first and only career road-course victory to date. However, on July 27, 2014, Roush Fenway announced that Edwards will not return to No. 99 in 2015 and that sponsor Fastenal would have to move to Roushs about 17 cars to replace the departing insurers at the Federal level. This left No. 99 from without a sponsor or driver for 2015, and the crew moved to the resurrected team # 6-Trevor Bayne.Ryan Reed 2016
23 October 2016, 99-Im back, as Ryan reed made his debut sprint Cup at Talladega. Reed made the race, starting 18th and ending the 26th, completing all the laps, including overtime rounds. After not running in 2017, 99-Im now in a new team, stark, a race driven by multiple drivers in 2018.
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- The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series was the 70th season of NASCAR professional stock car racing in the United States, and the 47th modern - era Cup
- due to him racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series During the season, races were broadcast by Fox Sports and NBC Sports for the third consecutive
- Edwards No. 99 team for Roush Fenway Racing He initially started spotting part time while continuing to race in ARCA, when the two series schedules did not
- for Roush Fenway Racing as the crew chief for the No. 6 Ford Fusion driven by Trevor Bayne and Matt Kenseth in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series He
- stock car racing driver. He last competed part - time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driving the No. 6 Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing Bayne
- The 2019 NASCAR Cup Series also known as the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for sponsorship reasons was the 71st season of NASCAR professional
- part - time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for Ware. Weatherman was born in Wentzville, Missouri, where he was first introduced to racing by his father
- professional stock car racing driver. He is currently a free agent. He lastly competed full - time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series driving the No. 08 Chevrolet Camaro
- is an American stock car racing crew chief. He is a crew chief in the NASCAR Monster Energy Series for Ross Chastain on the No. 15 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
- The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR All - Star Race XXXIII is a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stock car exhibition race held on May 20, 2017 at Charlotte
- The 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series was the 38th season of the NASCAR Xfinity Series a stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR in the United States. Tyler
- Almirola. In 2010, Johnson made his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut at Watkins Glen International, driving the No. 6 for Roush Fenway Racing as a road
- for 5 races. Majeski ran a part - time season with Roush - Fenway Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2018. Majeski would later add Talladega to his schedule
- The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR All - Star Race XXXIV was a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stock car exhibition race held on May 19, 2018 at Charlotte
- The 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR All - Star Race XXXV was a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stock car exhibition race held on May 18, 2019 at Charlotte
- The 2019 GEICO 500 was a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race held on April 28, 2019, at Talladega Superspeedway in Lincoln, Alabama. Contested over 188
- Speedway in Indiana, USA. Kimmel in his Menards Toyota in 2013. Series veteran Bobby Gerhart 5 racing at Kentucky Speedway. Roush Fenway Racing driver
- serves as the crew chief for Wood Brothers Racing driver Matt DiBenedetto in the NASCAR Cup Series In 2013, he was crew chief for Penske Racing driver Sam
- American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full - time in the NASCAR Cup Series driving the No. 43 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE for
- The KC Masterpiece 400 was a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race held on May 12, 2018, at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas. Contested over 267
- professional stock car racing driver. He last competed part - time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series driving the No. 10 Chevrolet Camaro for Kaulig Racing Sadler is one
- The 2019 Toyota Save Mart 350 was a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race held on June 23, 2019 at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California. To be contested
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