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Greg Biffle may be without crew chief Sunday

By Amanda Vincent Roush Fenway Racing’s Greg Biffle, driver of the No. 16 Roush Fenway Racing Ford in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, was without crew chief Matt Puccia during an abbreviated practice at Dover (Del.) International Speedway on Saturday in preparation for Sunday’s AAA 300. Puccia’s status for Sunday still is unknown. Puccia didn’t [...]

Did You Notice?… When To Move On As NASCAR Enters Playoff Stretch

Did You Notice? … Roush Fenway Racing drivers are thriving… elsewhere? On the heels of the Cup program missing its first Chase since the inception of NASCAR’s playoff format in 2004 is the awkward reality their team just isn’t very good. Show More Summary

Kickin’ the Tires: Roush Fenway Racing Disappoints by Missing the Chase

Early in the season the big concern was how well Joe Gibbs Racing had turned things around from 2014 and whether it was enough to be a factor in the 2015 Chase for the Championship. As the season played out, it became very clear theShow More Summary

Chris Buescher’s team docked practice time at Richmond

The No. 60 Roush Fenway Racing team of NASCAR Xfinity Series championship points leader Chris Buescher will be docked 15 minutes of practice time in preparation for Friday night’s Virginia 529 College Savings 250 at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway. The first practice session for the Xfinity Series at Richmond is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. ET [...]

Advocare Adds Chris Buescher Sponsorship for 6 Races

A successful season can get some recognition for a team, and Chris Buescher‘s run a the 2015 NASCAR XFINITY Series championship has done just that as Roush Fenway Racing announced Thursday that Advocare will be the primary sponsor of the driver’s No. Show More Summary

Eyes on XFINITY: Uncertain Future Creating Chaos at Roush Fenway Racing

How the heck is this happening? Roush Fenway Racing is supposed to be one of the most stable organizations in all of NASCAR, but chaos has erupted at the multi-car team that is known for dominating the NASCAR XFINITY Series. It’s like the perfect storm, really. Show More Summary

Elliott Sadler expected to go to JR Motorsports in 2016

According to a report, originally from and then rehashed by other media outlets, Elliott Sadler will back up his bags, including sponsor OneMain Financial, at season’s end and depart from Roush Fenway Racing to head for JR Motorsports for 2016, still taking on NASCAR Xfinity Series competition. The report claims to have multiple [...]

Greg Biffle Uses a Bit of Luck to Survive at Pocono

Greg Biffle’s season has not gone the way anyone at Roush Fenway Racing had planned. The struggles have been well-documented and no one within the organization has been satisfied. The former XFINITY Series and Camping World Truck Series...Show More Summary

Travis Pastrana Discusses Possibility of Returning to NASCAR

From NASCAR to Nitro Circus, the past year-and-a-half have flown by – literally and figuratively – for Travis Pastrana. The former XFINITY Series driver for Roush Fenway Racing stopped by to talk to Frontstretch after being spotted back in the garage area Friday afternoon at Pocono Raceway. Show More Summary

July Struggles Jeopardize Chris Buescher’s XFINITY Series Championship Run

July has been a month to forget for NASCAR XFINITY Series points leader Chris Buescher. Buescher, age, thrilled in the first five months of his sophomore season with Roush Fenway Racing, scoring eight top 5s and two wins in a series typically dominated by Sprint Cup Series veterans. Show More Summary

Tech Talk: Flying Blind into the Brickyard with Matt Puccia

New Hampshire Motor Speedway was a race to forget for Matt Puccia and his No. 16 Roush Fenway Racing team driven by Greg Biffle, and after spending a day trying to get back on the lead lap and back into contention, Puccia is ready to head to the Racing Capital of the World. Show More Summary

Roush Fenway Racing Needs a Crisis Management Plan

Michigan International Speedway may be Chevrolet’s backyard but it was once more commonly known as, “Jack Roush’s House.” Unfortunately, for he and the entire Roush Fenway Racing organization, it appears someone locked the front door and took away the keys from Ford’s former racing giant. Show More Summary

Roush teammates Chris Buescher, Darrell Wallace Jr. not ready to move past Dover incident

Buescher and Wallace need more time to get over their incident stemming from the finish of Saturday’s Xfinity Series race. The raw emotion remains within Roush Fenway Racing after teammates Chris Buescher and Darrell Wallace Jr. made...Show More Summary

Chris Buescher’s fuel mileage strategy leads to win at Dover

The Buckle Up 200  presented by Click It or Ticket NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Dover (Del.) International Speedway on Saturday began with Roush Fenway Racing teammates Darrell Wallace Jr. and Chris Buescher on the front row. Buescher fell back at the start, but in the closing laps, the two teammates were back together up [...]

Tech Talk: Rubber, Fuel Strategy & Rough Rides with Matt Puccia

Matt Puccia has been working hard to get Greg Biffle back up to the front of the pack. The Roush Fenway Racing No. 16 camp has been struggling to race for wins, but last weekend it was right in the mix and came home in second place. The strides the team has made over the...

NASCAR mailbag: How to make the All-Star Race special again

Your questions answered on NASCAR’s All-Star Race, Kyle Busch’s possible return date, the struggles of Roush Fenway Racing and more. Although there may not have been any Sprint Cup, Xfinity or Truck Series races this past weekend, that doesn't mean the April version of the NASCAR mailbag is lacking a shortage of topics to cover. Show More Summary

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 [...]

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