Oscar Mayer To Sponsor Newman And RFR For 2019

Oscar Mayer will debut as a 2019 sponsor of the No. 6 Oscar MayerFord Mustang at the historic Daytona 500 on February 17, with driver Ryan Newman and Roush Fenway Racing. The race will mark Newman’s Roush Fenway debut behind the wheel of the Oscar Mayer No. 6 Ford, and with NASCAR’s winningest owner Jack Roush, a two-time winner of the Great American Race (2009, 2012).  “The Daytona 500 is obviously one of the biggest and most iconic races in the world,” said Ryan Newman, driver of the No. 6 Oscar Mayer Ford Mustang and the…

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Roush Fenway Racing Confirms They Won’t Field XFINITY Series Team In 2019

Roush Fenway Racing is among the top NASCAR XFINITY Series teams in the history of the series. RFR has won five championships with Greg Biffle (2002), Carl Edwards (2007), Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (2011 and 2012), and Chris Buescher (2015). Also, they’ve won 137 times with 501 top five finishes and 863 top 10’s in 1,698 starts. But, for the first time since they’ve started a team in the series in 1993, they won’t field a car for 2019. The organization confirmed the move on Wednesday night on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio…

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Matt Kenseth Earns Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race (6 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) Pole As RFR/Fords Strong

It only took Matt Kenseth one week to get Roush/Fenway Racing back up to speed. Well, maybe it was part restrictor plate too. Nevertheless, Kenseth earned the pole for Saturday night’s Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race (6 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) in the unique qualifying round run on a soggy Friday afternoon at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Drivers have to complete three laps and add a four-tire stop with no pit road speed limit in the session, as Kenseth did it best with a total time of 2:07.644 at an…

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5 Storylines For Roush Fenway Racing For 2018 Cup Season

It was a year of progress in 2017 for the Roush/Fenway Racing camp. That’s something they can hang their hats on. A little over a decade ago, RFR was fielding five Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series teams. In fact, in one season, all five made the playoffs. But, as time went on, the organization slowly began to shrink. Now, it’s down to just two cars. But, since they’ve downsized, they’ve been gaining more and more speed back. Now, they’re aiming at getting both drivers into the 2018 playoffs this season.…

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