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NASCAR Kansas preview: Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Roush Fenway Racing confident after Talladega win

Back in victory lane after a lengthy absence, Roush Fenway Racing is out to prove that its success isn’t limited solely to restrictor-plate tracks. There were national media interviews, an evening out reveling with friends (which included...Show More Summary

NASCAR mailbag: When will TV ratings and attendance show consistent improvement?

Readers also enquire whether Dale Earnhardt Jr. will qualify for the playoffs, and if Roush Fenway Racing’s resurgence will last. Each week SB Nation's NASCAR reporter Jordan Bianchi answers your questions about the latest news and happenings within the sport. Show More Summary

Two cars new sweet spot in NASCAR team ownership

Given the continued success of Team Penske and Furniture Row Racing in 2017, the somewhat new-found sucess of Chip Ganassi Racing and the resurgence of Roush Fenway Racing, I’m thinking a two-car tally is the new sweet spot in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series team ownership. Meanwhile, the struggles of four-car juggernaut Joe Gibbs Racing [...]

NASCAR at Talladega recap: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. leads Roush Fenway Racing back to victory lane

It took Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 158 Cup Series starts to get his first win, and in doing so he also ended Roush Fenway Racing’s long winless drought. He was a can’t-miss prospect, a surefire future superstar who soon would taste successShow More Summary

NASCAR Cup: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. scores first-career win at Talladega

By AMANDA VINCENT It took Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 158 races to do it, but he finally claimed series win number one Sunday in the Geico 500 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. The win also snapped a 101-race win drought for Roush Fenway Racing. “This is for all the guys at the shop,” Stenhouse said. “We’ve been [...]

With Talladega win, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. no longer just Danica's boyfriend

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NASCAR Cup: Brian Pattie fined for lug nut issue at Texas

By AMANDA VINCENT Brian Pattie, crew chief on the No. 17 Roush Fenway Racing Ford team of Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, has been fined $10,000 by NASCAR, because the No. 17 car didn’t have all 20 lug nuts properly installed after Sunday’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth. [...]

NASCAR Xfinity: No. 6 crew chief fined after Auto Club Speedway

By AMANDA VINCENT The NASCAR Xfinity Series last raced March 25 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. After that race, the No. 6 Roush Fenway Racing Ford of Darrell Wallace Jr. didn’t have all 20 of its lug nuts properly installed, and as a result, crew chief Seth Barbour was fined $5,000. Wallace finished [...]

NASCAR Cup: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. gets new crew chief in Brian Pattie

By AMANDA VINCENT Roush Fenway Racing has moved veteran Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series crew chief Brian Pattie to its No. 17 Ford team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series to serve as crew chief for driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. He replaces Nick Sandler. “I’m really excited to get the season started,” Stenhouse said. [...]

NASCAR Cup: Roush Fenway Racing 2017 forecast

By CHRISTOPHER SORBEY Hours after the 2016 NASCAR Cup Series season concluded, a major announcement was made out of the Roush Fenway Racing camp. After nearly two decades of service Greg Biffle announced he and Roush Fenway Racing mutually agreed to part ways, effective immediately, thus ending a 19-year business relationship that included 19 Cup [...]

2016 Team Reviews: Roush Fenway Racing

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (L) led the way for Roush with a 21st-place finish in the 2016 points standings. (Getty) Did you know we’re closer to the start of the 2017 Daytona 500 than we are to when the Chase began at Chicago in September? Crazy. Show More Summary

Roush to operate as a 2-car team in 2017; Buescher to drive for JTG-Daugherty

Trevor Bayne (L) will be one of two Cup drivers at Roush in 2017 while Chris Buescher moves to JTG-Daugherty. (Getty) Roush Fenway Racing will field two cars in 2017 as Chris Buescher joins a different team. Roush said Tuesday it would be leasing the charter from the No. Show More Summary

Greg Biffle parts ways with Roush Fenway Racing

Greg Biffle finished second in the 2005 Chase to Tony Stewart. (Getty) The Greg Biffle era at Roush Fenway Racing won’t be continuing in 2017.  Biffle, 46, wouldn’t be returning to the team for a 16th season in the Sprint Cup Series....Show More Summary

Roush Fenway Racing continues slide to irrelevancy

Once an organization that fielded five championship-contending teams, is now reduced to two mid-pack teams. If this reads like a Roush Fenway Racing obituary, it's because in many aspects it is. The days of Roush Fenway being a championship caliber organization are long gone. Show More Summary

NASCAR Cup: JTG-Daugherty Racing expands while Roush Fenway Racing contracts

By AMANDA VINCENT Roush Fenway Racing is scaling back its NASCAR premier-level efforts for 2017 and JTG-Daugherty Racing is reaping the benefits. With the announcement of the departure of longtime RFR driver Greg Biffle, Roush Fenway announced on Tuesday that it would scale back from three to two full-time premier-level entries in 2017, shuttering its [...]

Roush Fenway Racing downsizes NASCAR Cup Series team for 2017

Roush Fenway scaling back to a two-car team is among a series of restructuring moves within the organization, including farming Chris Buescher out to JTG Daugherty Racing. Roush Fenway Racing is contracting from a three-car NASCAR Cup...Show More Summary

NASCAR Cup: More shake-up at Roush Fenway Racing

By AMANDA VINCENT According to a report Tuesday from, Robbie Reiser has been relieved of his duties of General Manager at Roush Fenway Racing. The news came quickly after an announcement from the race team that Greg Biffle, a driver who had been with RFR for 19 years through competition in the NASCAR Camping World [...]

Greg Biffle, Roush Fenway Racing mutual parts ways after 19 years

Biffle has driven Roush’s No. 16 Sprint Cup since 2003 and been with the organization since 1998. Greg Biffle's long tenure with Roush Fenway Racing is over, with the veteran driver and team mutually agreeing Biffle will not return to the organization in 2017. Biffle has driven Roush's No. Show More Summary

NASCAR Cup: Greg Biffle leaves Roush Fenway

By AMANDA VINCENT Roush Fenway Racing announced Monday that NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Greg Biffle is no longer with the race team. “We’ve had an incredible run, and I am so appreciative for the opportunity to be a part of Roush Fenway,” Biffle said. “For a kid that grew up in Washington, I’m extremely [...]

NASCAR Xfinity: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. returns for Phoenix

By AMANDA VINCENT Ricky Stenhouse Jr., the 2011 and 2012 NASCAR Nationwide (now-Xfinity) Series champion, is making a one-race return to the series by driving the No. 60 Roush Fenway Racing Ford in Saturday’s Ticket Galaxy 200 race at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Ariz. “I’m really looking forward to getting back in the Xfinity [...]

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