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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 All that is known at this point is that Edwards is leaving after this season. Show More Summary

NASCAR's Carl Edwards won't return to Roush Fenway team in 2015

NASCAR driver Carl Edwards won't return to the Roush Fenway Racing team next year.

Carl Edwards leaving Roush at the end of 2014 while Greg Biffle is staying

INDIANAPOLIS – Roush Fenway Racing will be a three-car team in 2015 and one of those cars will not be driven by Carl Edwards. The long-rumored possibility of Edwards leaving the team following the 2014 season became a reality on Sunday...Show More Summary

Carl Edwards leaving Roush Fenway Racing; Greg Biffle signs extension

This will be Carl Edwards’ final season with Roush Fenway Racing, while teammate Greg Biffle has signed an extension to remain with the organization. INDIANAPOLIS -- Carl Edwards will leave Roush Fenway Racing at the end of the 2014Show More Summary

Why Carl Edwards' 2014 Success Won't Keep Him from Leaving Roush Fenway Racing

You've got to give it to Carl Edwards. He has taken the high road every time he's entered into a contract year, not only keeping quiet about negotiations himself but even going as far as to make sure there isn't a whole lot of chatter coming from any place where he can help control what's being said and written. Show More Summary

Several NASCAR teams will show support for Boston victims at STP 400

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Roush Fenway and Michael Waltrip Racing cars will have special decals at Sunday's race.        

NASCAR Sonoma 2014 recap: Carl Edwards sets aside distractions, poor performance

Ignoring the speculation about his future with Roush Fenway Racing, Carl Edwards grab his first ever win on a road course Sunday. Within the past few months seemingly a day doesn't go by where Carl Edwards' name isn't in the news. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup: Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma – Race Results

A well-timed caution helped get Carl Edwards to the front of the field, and the driver of the No. 99 Roush Fenway Racing Ford did the rest. Edwards passed Marcos Ambrose for the lead moments after a restart on Lap 86 and subsequently held off a charging Jeff Gordon to win Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway. The victory was Edwards’ second of [...]

Carl Edwards Wins Road Course Race At Sonoma

Carl Edwards won Sunday’s road course race at Sonoma, making Roush Fenway Racing the unlikely organization to end the five-race winning streak of Hendrick Motorsports. Edwards stopped the Hendrick teams with his first career victory on a road course. The win came one week after his team was shut out at Michigan, where Roush failed

Greg Biffle says no deal is done for an extension at Roush Fenway Racing

Greg Biffle said a contract extension with Roush Fenway Racing is not finalized. Earlier in June, the Charlotte Observer reported that Biffle would sign a contract extension with the team and an official announcement could come as early as the week after the June 8 report. Show More Summary

Bayne, Dillon On The ‘Next To Win’ Short List

The top three in the standings, Regan Smith, Elliott Sadler and Chase Elliott have all won this season, begging the question, ‘Who’s next?‘ The first driver that quickly comes to mind is Trevor Bayne. Roush Fenway Racing’s hottest NNS driver is fourth in the standings, just 27-points behind standings leader Regan Smith. Bayne heads to [...]

Greg Biffle reportedly set to stay with Roush Fenway Racing

Carl Edwards, all of the Roush contract attention is on you. On Sunday, the Charlotte Observer reported that Greg Biffle and sponsor 3M will sign a contract extension with Roush Fenway Racing. The Sporting News reported that while no...Show More Summary

NASCAR Pocono 2014: Carl Edwards confident in Roush Fenway's direction

Signs point to him leaving Roush Fenway Racing, but nevertheless Carl Edwards is encouraged with the future of the team. His future may remain in doubt, but Carl Edwards is confident better days are ahead for Roush Fenway Roush. Specifically,...Show More Summary

Carl Edwards says 'big changes' are happening at Roush Fenway Racing

Of course, when Carl Edwards mentions 'big changes' ahead for Roush Fenway Racing, the immediate thought is about his contract status. But Edwards didn't discuss his contract on Friday. He brought up the changes in the context of Roush's...Show More Summary

Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle and the Uncertain Future of Roush Fenway Racing

The respective futures of Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle and Roush Fenway Racing will be decided in the coming months, if not weeks. Edwards and Biffle are two of the most prized Sprint Cup free agents potentially available, their respective...Show More Summary

NASCAR Charlotte 2014: Trevor Bayne moves to Sprint Cup full-time, drive No. 6 Roush car

Trevor Bayne will drive a Sprint Cup car full-time for Roush Fenway Racing next season. Still to be decided: what the rest of the team will look like. Roush Fenway Racing firmed up a bit of its cloudy future, while also hinting significant...Show More Summary

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