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2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Preview: Roush Fenway Racing Stumbles

Roush Fenway Racing is coming of a 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup series campaign that can only be described as disappointing. While Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle did qualify for the Chase for the Cup, neither driver advanced past the Eliminator round.

Media Tour Day 3: Roush vows to improve in 2015

Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards made the Chase for Roush Fenway Racing in 2014. Edwards won two races. However, you weren't going out on much of a limb if you thought that the Roush cars wouldn't be championship threats before the Chase began. And you would have been right. Show More Summary

Trevor Bayne 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup ROY-eligible?

There have been some news-making driver moves during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “silly season” for 2015, the most notable of those being Carl Edwards’ move to Joe Gibbs Racing from Roush Fenway Racing to drive a fourth car at JGR. That move prompted RFR owner Jack Roush to move Trevor Bayne up to full-time [...]

Roush Fenway Racing sets 2015 driver, crew chief lineup

The most notable change will see the pairing of Trevor Bayne with veteran crew chief Bob Osborne. A familiar face will return to the top of a Sprint Cup Series pit box in 2015, as Roush Fenway Racing named Bob Osborne crew chief of Trevor Bayne's No. Show More Summary

Bob Osborne to crew chief for Trevor Bayne in 2015

Trevor Bayne will have a crew chief familiar to many NASCAR fans atop his pit box in 2015. Roush Fenway Racing announced Tuesday that Bob Osborne would serve as Bayne's crew chief. Osborne was Carl Edwards' long-time crew chief and was the crew chief when Edwards finished second in the Sprint Cup standings to Tony Stewart in 2011. Show More Summary

Darrell Wallace to drive for Roush in Xfinity Series in 2015

Roush Fenway Racing has found a fourth Xfinity Series driver for 2015. The team announced Thursday that Darrell Wallace would drive the No. 6 car in the former Nationwide Series in 2015. Wallace, 21, won four Camping World Truck Series races in 2014 while driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports. Show More Summary

Darrell Wallace Jr. released from Joe Gibbs Racing contract

After having been granted his release from Joe Gibbs Racing, Darrell Wallace Jr. is likely headed to Roush Fenway Racing for the 2015 season. Darrell Wallace Jr., the first African-American driver to win a NASCAR national series race...Show More Summary

Darrell Wallace granted release from Joe Gibbs Racing

Darrell Wallace will have a new team in 2015 after he was granted his release by Joe Gibbs Racing. Per the Sporting News, Roush Fenway Racing is the leading suitor for Wallace. While Joe Gibbs Racing officials had said that Wallace would...Show More Summary

Greg Biffle will have sponsorship from Ortho in 2015

If there's a bug anywhere in the vicinity of Greg Biffle's car, garage stall or hauler in 2015, there's something wrong. Roush Fenway Racing announced that Ortho would serve as the team's primary sponsor for half of the season next year. Show More Summary

How Carl Edwards' Move to Joe Gibbs Racing Will Change NASCAR's Balance of Power

Now that Carl Edwards' signing with Joe Gibbs Racing is official, per Tom Jensen of FoxSports.com, everyone involved in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series can get on with their racing lives. That includes Edwards, JGR —and Roush Fenway Racing, the organization Edwards is leaving to run a fourth car for Coach Joe Gibbs and his son, JGR team president J.D. Show More Summary

Roush Fenway Racing seeking Michigan redemption

The Michigan fortunes of Roush Fenway Racing have radically changed in just two months. Michigan International Speedway has long been a Roush Fenway Racing stronghold. Its emphasis marked because the 2-mile oval is the backyard of both team principle Jack Roush and longtime supporter, Ford. Show More Summary

3M shifts sponsorship from Greg Biffle to Jeff Gordon

At the expense of Greg Biffle, Jeff Gordon will have a new sponsor next year. Jeff Gordon and Hendrick Motorsports have signed a new sponsor for 2015, while at the same time putting the viability of Roush Fenway Racing further into question. For each the next three years 3M will be the primary sponsor on Gordon's No. Show More Summary

Mark Martin Speaks on Return to Roush Fenway Racing as Developmental Coach

Mark Martin, the man who put Roush Fenway Racing on the map, is returning as a developmental coach. The 55-year-old, who spent 19 seasons with the team formerly known as Roush Racing, will now assist the youthful members of the organization. Show More Summary

Did Jack Roush really do anything wrong?

It’s been almost a week since that infamous announcement came from longtime NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team owner Jack Roush that indirectly announced that Carl Edwards, as already speculated, would be leaving Roush Fenway Racing at season’s end. To be exact, it’s been six days (as of Saturday). In that almost-week, Roush has been slammed [...]

Replacing Carl Edwards will be a challenge for Roush Fenway Racing

Carl Edwards leaving creates a sizeable hole for Roush Fenway Racing, one which the team will be hard-pressed to fill. Carl Edwards is leaving Roush Fenway Racing, something known for a while but only just confirmed when Jack Roush announced...Show More Summary

Mark Martin joins Roush Fenway racing as a driver development coach

Mark Martin is returning to Roush Fenway Racing. No, the organization isn't expanding to four cars for 2015 and putting Martin in one of them. Instead, Martin will serve as a driver development coach for the team. “I’m excited to return to Roush Fenway Racing, as it feels like I’m going home to where I belong,” Martin said in a statement. Show More Summary

Carl Edwards in Better Spot for NASCAR Sprint Cup Title at Joe Gibbs Racing

We tried to tell you that winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on the tricky road course at Sonoma in June wasn't going to be enough to keep Carl Edwards from leaving Roush Fenway Racing. The fact that Edwards is moving on became...Show More Summary

Carl Edwards’ departure will probably have huge impact on Roush Fenway’s future

The indirect news of Carl Edwards’ departure from Roush Fenway Racing come season’s end, by virtue of direct and confirmed news of Roush Fenway Racing’s 2015 driver line-up that doesn’t include Edwards is, or may be, good news for some. It may be considered good news for Edwards, maybe even good news for Joe Gibbs [...]

What Did Roush Racing Have to Gain by Announcing Carl Edwards' Departure Now?

INDIANAPOLIS — To borrow a line from Alice In Wonderland, the case of Carl Edwards becomes curiouser and curiouser. Why, on the morning of arguably the second-biggest race on the NASCAR schedule, would Roush Fenway Racing officials decide...Show More Summary

Carl Edwards to Part Ways with Roush Fenway Racing After 2014

After 11 years under the Roush banner, Carl Edwards has decided to move on. His departure from Roush Fenway Racing was announced before Sunday's Brickyard 400, per the Associated Press, via ESPN.com. All that is known at this point is that Edwards is leaving after this season. Show More Summary

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