★ Roush Fenway Racing in the Xfinity Series
Roush Fenway Racings Xfinity Series operation began in 1992 with the No. 60 driven by Mark Martin. The No. 60 team has been dominant throughout its history, amassing many wins with Martin, three drivers championships with Greg Biffle in 2002, Carl Edwards in 2007, and Chris Buescher in 2015, and an owners championship with Edwards in 2011. The No. 6 team won back-to-back drivers championships in 2011 & 2012 with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Following the departures of Ryan Reed, Chase Briscoe, and Austin Cindric, Roushs Xfinity program was closed following the 2018 season.
1.1. Cars Car No. 1 history. (Автомобиль № 1 история)
The number 1 as the number 06 Ford Fusion when first participated in Buzdyaksky Kissables 300 at Daytona international Speedway on February 18, 2006. Todd Kluever piloted the car, with sponsorship from 3M, for the entire 2006 season, earning four top-ten finishes and one pole. Mike Kelly, former chief car championship car 97, was the captain of the team. In 2007, mark Martin drove the 06 machine in two races, with sponsorship from dish network at Daytona international Speedway and Texas Motor Speedway. This command will not return in 2008.
1.2. Cars Car No. 06 results. (Автомобиля № 06 результаты)
30 Oct 2014, Roush Fenway announced that veteran Elliott Sadler will drive the car No. 1 in 2015, as a result, the sponsor OneMain financial Joe Gibbs racing. This marked sadlers reunion with former owner and engine Builder Doug Yates and his fourth stay with the manufacturer Ford. Sadler earned four top-fives and 17 top tens to finish sixth in points. Sadler and OneMain financial to go at the end of the season for racing Junior. Team No. 1 was closed and there were about 25 employees.
1.3. Cars Jeff Burton 1997-2004. (Джефф Бертон 1997-2004)
The car is now known as No. 6 car debuted at Daytona in 1997 as the No. 9 car. Jeff Burton drove the track gear sponsored Ford Taurus in 40th place. During the 1997 season, Robbie Crouch, Ted Musgrave, and Rob Wilson drove the No. 9 on limited schedules, with Burton twice won at Bristol and Darlington. Over the next six years, Burton drove to 16 wins with additional sponsorships from Northern light, freshing, and to in particular.
1.4. Cars Mark Martin 2004-2006. (Марк Мартин 2004-2006)
After Burton left Roush racing in mid-2004, mark Martin returned to the Busch series, posting four top-10 in five starts. In 2005, Martin ran five races and won twice. The car moved to No. 6 in 2006, after switching the room with Evernham Motorsports, and ran a part-time schedule sponsor Ameriquest.
1.5. Cars David Ragan 2007-2009. (Дэвид Раган 2007-2009)
In 2007, David Ragan drove the car full-time in 2007 using the No. 06 points owners, with sponsorship coming from the discount tire company. After the 5th place in points, Ragan was named Rookie of the year. After launching in 2008, Ragan went part-time, and won the 2009 Aarons 312 for his first nationwide series victory how to win in Bristol. Rookie Erik Darnell filled out the rest of the schedule with Northern tool and equipment authors. He won the pole and two top fives but was unable to return next season due to lack of funding.
1.6. Cars Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 2010-2012. (Рикки Stenhouse Младший 2010-2012)
In 2010, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. drove the No. 6 Ford with citifinancial operations as the main sponsor. After the accident of a few early events along with rookie team Colin Braun, Roush temporarily suspended Stenhouse after he failed to qualify at Nashville in April. In No. 6 was driven by Brian Ickler in Kentucky, and Billy Johnson at Watkins Glen. When veteran Mike Kelley took on the pit box, Stenhouse responded with a 3rd place at the fall race at Daytona. The team still rallied to claim Rookie of the year honors. The following year, Cargill meat solutions sponsored the team for several races as Citibank went Kevin Harwick included. With fresh momentum, and most of the Cup drivers running companies schedules, Stenhouse swept both Iowa races in the first two nationwide series victories, and kept the former Cup driver Elliott Sadler in the nationwide championship. Stenhouse beat Sadler in 2012 for their second championship in a row.
1.7. Cars Trevor Bayne 2013-2014. (Тревор Бэйн 2013-2014)
For 2013, former Daytona 500 race winner Trevor Bayne, who has been sidelined in recent years because of illness and lack of sponsorship, drove the car full-time. Cargill returned to the team, along with Valvoline and Ford EcoBoost. In 2014, Advocare moved from Richard Childress racing to sponsor the entire season. Bain earned the pole position in Iowa with 21 top ten finishes in 6th finish in glasses of the driver and number 6 took the 10th place in points owners. Bane was raised in a series of sprint Cup in 2015 with Advocare.
1.8. Cars Bubba Wallace 2015-2017. (Бубба Уоллес 2015-2017)
In December 2014, it was reported that the driver of the truck Seies and drive for diversity graduate Darrell Wallace Jr. had asked for and received a release from his contract with Joe Gibbs racing. It later emerged that he signed a contract to drive in rush order Fenways 6 for 2015, with Chad Norris as the captain of the ship. Due to the lack of sponsorship, Ford EcoBoost and performance rush often acted as fillers on the car brands made on teammate Chris Bueschers 60 vehicles. Came in one race deals Crackers, AdvoCare, Fastenal, bleacher report, cross insurance, and Scottish. In 2017, the team spent the first half of the season, before suspending work due to the lack of sponsorship. Wallace left the team to drive the No. 43 Richard petty Motorsports in the Cup series. The team was closed for the 2018 season, although he ran the road America race driver series "Indikar" Conor Daly.
1.9. Cars Multiple Drivers 2006-2009. (Несколько Драйверов 2006-2009)
Order No. 16 car made its debut in a series Bush at Daytona in 2006. Greg Biffle drove Ameriquest car in 20 races after winning at California Speedway. For 2007, Biffle shared driving duties of the 3M Ford Fusion with Todd Kluever. In 2008, operations citifinancial and 3M were the sponsors on the car, with Biffle, Jamie McMurray, and Colin Braun sharing the driving duties. Biffle drove most of the race, McMurray drove at Atlanta, Texas and Phoenix. Colin Braun drove with two pole wins at Mexico city and Raceway Park related. Braun, Kenseth, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., and Biffle drove the car in 2009, with Biffle won twice and Kenseth once.
1.10. Cars Colin Braun 2010. (Колин Браун 2010)
Brown went to the trip in 2010 with Con-way freight as sponsor for 18 races. However Braun struggled, crashing out of several races, and was replaced by Matt Kenseth at Richmond, Darlington and Atlanta. Brian Ickler drove four races, Erik Darnell drove 3 races, and Trevor Bayne drove a single race. Brown five more top-10 finishes in 24 starts, and was released after the season.
1.11. Cars Trevor Bayne 2011. (Тревор Бэйн 2011)
In 2011, brown was replaced by Trevor Bayne. After 8 races, Bayne was hospitalized with various diseases, and Roush development drivers Chris Buesher and Kevin Swindell filled in for him. Bane returned at the end of the season, and scored his first victory in Texas in the fall. Baines, the crew moved to No. 60, the company to run a limited schedule and 16 teams closed in 2012.
1.12. Cars Ryan Reed 2013-2018. (Райан Рид 2013-2018)
For 2013, the No. 16 car was resurrected with Chris Buesher and Billy Johnson driving part-time with Ford EcoBoost, and Ryan reed driving a limited schedule with Lilly diabetes / Ada drive to stop diabetes sponsorship. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. ran in the Texas Sprint Cup series sponsor zest.
Boecher moved to 60 cars for 2014, and Ryan reed drove the # 16 from full-time with Lily and hell, running for Rookie of the year. Reid scored the only top ten finish of fourth at Daytona in July, finishing ninth in driver points and the No. 16 finished 14th In owner points. Reid returned to No. 16 in 2015, and won the first race of the season at Daytona, which was also his first career victory. Reid pushed his teammate Buecher past leader brad keselowski on the final lap to take the win. Victory will be the reeds only top ten finish in a year, it will have the average result from 16.8 to finish tenth in points driver. In 2016, reed went winless, but finished 6th in points. Reid won the season opening Daytona again in 2017 and finished 8th in points. In 2018, he struggled, failing to win a single race for the entire season and was released at the end of the season for lack of sponsorship.
1.13. Cars Car No. 17 history. (История автомобиля № 17)
The 17 car debuted in 1994 at Darlington with driver / owner Robbie Reiser driving not sponsored car to 35th after a crash. Reiser ran part-time for several years. He hired Tim Bender to drive in 1997. After Bender was injured Reiser decided to hire fellow Wisconsinite Matt Kenseth to replace him. Kenseth had seven top 10 finishes and ended the 22nd year in points. His substitution duty was impressive enough to get him a ride in Reisers car for the next season. Kenseth won his first race in North Carolina in 1998. Driving with new sponsorship from Lycos, he won three races and finished second in points, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Devolt tools became the sponsor in 1999, with Kenseth to get an additional four wins and a third place in points.
The team is not actually part of the rush racing until 2002 Reiser the team owner ran Chevrolet manual the 2001 season and since then, No. 17 of cars run concurrently with different sponsors, with Kenseth at least co-driving each time. In 2006 the car was driven on a limited basis with sponsorship from Ameriquest and Pennzoil. That year, Kenseth won three races. In 2007 about 17 car-sponsorship from Arbys, dish network, and Weyerhauser, and Kenseth continued to move in her, along with Danny OQuinn, and Michel Jourdain Jr., car took two wins at California and Texas. In the car, Kenseth finishing in 10th place in points, despite competing in just 23 races. In 2008, sponsored a car is expected to be the same, with Citigroup coming on Board for a few races. In 2009, Kenseth raced it in the camping world 300 at Daytona with sponsorship form the Ritz. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was used to drive the car as a whole dollar 300 in Charlotte in October to save a lot as the main sponsor. The command does not run until Kansas in October of 2010 when Trevor Bayne drove him into six of the remaining 7 races of the 2010 season after he left Michael Waltrip racing. The team was closed again in 2011.
1.14. Cars Car No. 26 history. (Автомобиля № 26 истории)
Order No. 26 Ford debuted as the # 50 at Daytona in 2006. Danny OQuinn was the driver, with primary sponsorship from world financial group and Stonebridge company life insurance, members of the Aegon group, after beginning the season thanks to sponsorship from the rush of the race. Drew Blickensderfer was the captain of the team. OQuinn had five top-ten and was named Rookie of the year, despite being replaced by David Ragan for two races. The team moved to No. 26 in 2007, with Greg Biffle driving at Daytona with Oreo sponsorship. Jamie McMurray then drove the car for most of the season sponsored by dish network, finishing in the top ten three times. Todd Kluever drove twice with a best finish of nineteenth. This command will not return in 2008.
1.15. Cars Mark Martin 1992-2000. (Марк Мартин 1992-2000)
The Central and original car rush racing operation Bush debuted at the opening of the racing season, series 1992 Busch at Daytona. Mark Martin was driving with winn-Dixie as sponsor, finishing seventh in this race. Over the next few years, it was Martins personal Busch car and he won enough races to surpass Jack Ingram as the all time leader of wins in the series Bush surpassed by Kyle Busch. During this time he and several other drivers of the Winston Cup came under steep controversy for running a series of "Bush", as well as the Cup. These drivers earned the nickname "Buschwackers".
1.16. Cars Greg Biffle 2001-2002, 2004. (Грег Биффл 2001-2002 2004)
After the 2000 season, Martin abbreviated schedule series Busch, and winn-Dixie left NASCAR as a sponsor. His replacement was one of Roushs truck series drivers Greg Biffle that is brought by the sponsor V. V. Grainger with him. Biffl was a phenomenal season, winning five times and even leading the championship standings at one point in the season, before falling to Kevin Harwick. Biffle returned in 2002, winning four more times and the championship by a wide margin before moving on to Winston Cup, bringing Grainger with him.
In 2003, Roush hired a Hollywood stuntman Stanton Barrett, who at that time was a journeyman driver to drive the No. 60 Odoban authors. Despite winning two consecutive poles the car lost its sponsor and folded before the end of the season. Charter communications began sponsoring the car in 2004 and Biffle back in the car, a full day, winning five times and took third place in the points standings in the Series.
1.17. Cars Carl Edwards 2005-2011. (Карл Эдвардс 2005-2011)
In 2005, rookie Busch Series and Cup series regular Carl Edwards moved into the 60 car, winning five races on the way to finishing third in points and earning Rookie of the year honors. Edwards returned to drive the Ameriquest-sponsored Ford for a full-time schedule in 2006, winning four more times and took second place in the championship. Edwards continued to pilot the car in 2007, with rotating sponsorship from Scotts, world financial group and others. Edwards and the No. 60 team won in 2007, Bushs National championship series by a very large margin David Reutimann. In 2008 he won five races and finished second in points behind Clint Bowyer in the first nationwide Series season. Edwards finished second in points again in 2009, finishing behind Kyle Busch. In 2010, Edwards was running for the nationwide Series championship again with the assistance of Fastenal and Copart. Despite winning at road America gateway, and Texas, Edwards finished runner up to brad keselowski. Edwards again drove the No. 60 in 2011, only half of the season sponsor Fastenal. Despite the fact that can compete for the championship drivers and no road America, Edwards scored a career-high eight wins in 2011 and won the owners championship for Jack Roush. With the departure of crew chief Mike Beam Kyle Busch Motorsports, Edwards announced that it will participate in the national masters championship Series next season.
1.18. Cars Trevor Bayne 2012. (Тревор Бэйн 2012)
In 2012, Trevor Baines brigade No. 16 and moved to # 60 and passed the first five races to run the full season. They turned away from lack of sponsorship. Later in 2012, the 60 returned with Edwards at Watkins Glen with subway sponsoring. Edwards subsequently win the race. In Montreal, the car was sent to Roush road course driver Billy Johnson, who took 8th place. The team returned with Bayne at Bristol with the support of the Fund summit Pet. At the fall race in Richmond, Travis Pastrana drove a Ford with EcoBoost sponsorship, qualifying fifth and finishing 17th.
1.19. Cars Travis Pastrana 2013. (Трэвис Пастрана 2013)
Pastrana will drive the No. 60 for a full season in 2013. his first full season in NASCAR competition. Although he often showed speed, including a pole at Talladega, Pastrana struggled in his transition from rally cars to heavy stock cars which led to several accidents. November 11, 2013, Pastrana announced that he is leaving full-time NASCAR competition in 2014, because of the struggle for performance and lack of sponsorship. He finished the season at 14 points with four top-tens.
1.20. Cars Chris Buescher 2014-2015. (Крис Буешер 2014-2015)
The 2012 champion Archa Chris Buesher began driving the No. 60 in 2014 and fought for the "rookie of the year" against strong freshman class. After failing to qualify at Daytona, Buscher had a solid rookie season, despite Roush Fenways struggles as an organization. Bueser said the 9th in Las Vegas, 7th at Richmond, 2nd at Talladega, 9th at Charlotte, 11th at Dover, 10th at Michigan and 12th at the July Daytona race. Boeser finished fifth in new Hampshire to earn a spot on the second all-Russian dash 4 cash race in Chicago, he would finish 8th in Chicago and the 11th in Indianapolis. Fastenal returns to the sponsor 60 in Iowa, where Boeser finished 14th. Cup sponsors Kelloggs and Crackers sponsored car at Watkins Glen. Buecher claimed his first career victory at mid-Ohio, of course, a sports car in the Nationwide childrens hospital 200, the third rookie to win the season and only victory rush in the nationwide series in 2014. Boeser would finish 7th in points with 14 top tens and No. 60 will finish 11th in points owners.
Boeser returned to No. 60 in 2015. Cup sponsors Fastenal, Crackers, safety Wedge, and AdvoCare came to sponsor several races, along with Bit-o-honey and salted nuts, to roll the production of Pearsons candy company. Beecher took second place in the Daytona season-opener behind teammate Ryan reed. He won his first victory of the season in Iowa in may, on a green-white-checkered finish. He won his second victory at the end of this month at Dover after a pit stop and the strategy of contact with the pole and teammate Darrell Wallace Jr. racing for the lead. After 24 consecutive weeks as leader glasses, Beecher won his first program of the series name and the eighth Roush, 11 fives, 20 top tens and an average finish of 8.4.
1.21. Cars Part Time 2016-2017. (Часть Времени 2016-2017)
Order No. 60 returned to part-time in 2016. Trevor Bayne drove one race at Waltkins Glen with sponsorship from AdvoCare. Gray Gaulding drove two races beginning at Bristol in August. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. drove the car at Phoenix in November, with the support of SunnyD.
1.22. Cars Multiple Drivers 2018. (Несколько Драйверов 2018)
During the season of 2018, about 60 cars were divided between the development drivers Austin Cindric, chase Briscoe, and you Majesky with Mike Kelly as crew chief. He was the teams worst full season since the car was involved in spins or crashes 28 of the 33 races. The team won the 22nd season in points and a combined five top-10 finishes and 11 DNFs. After the end of the season, it was announced that bill No. 60 team will not return in 2019. Cindric then moved to team Penske No. 22 team, while Briscoe will go to Stewart-Haas racing to pilot the 98 car and Majeski late model Racing.
1.23. Cars Car No. 98 history. (История автомобиля № 98)
As part of the decay of Yates racing after the 2009 season, Jack Roush purchased the team No. 98 nationwide series. Paul Menard briefly led the team with sponsorship from menards. Menard and his sponsor moved to Richard Childress racing in 2011 and the team ceased operations.
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- Jack Roush born Jackson Earnest Roush on April 19, 1942 is the founder, CEO, and co - owner of Roush Fenway Racing a NASCAR team headquartered in Concord
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