SunnyD Signs Multiyear Partnership To Remain On No. 17 Ford With Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

SunnyD has announced a contract extension with Roush Fenway that will see the iconic brand extend its relationship with the team and driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. through the 2019 season, with additional races added each season. SunnyD has served as a primary partner on Stenhouse’s No. 17 Ford Fusion for multiple races over the past two seasons. “We’ve had a great time partnering with SunnyD the last two years,” said Stenhouse. “It’s one of the coolest paint schemes on the track and we’ve had a lot of fun promoting their…

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Ryan Reed’s Darlington Throwback Honor Alan Kulwicki

Ryan Reed’s No. 16 Lilly Diabetes Ford Mustang will honor the memory and legacy of past NASCAR Champion Alan Kulwicki.  The No. 16 will throwback to Kulwicki’s 1989 Ford, a year in which he scored six pole positions, five top-five and nine top-10 finishes.  NASCAR artist Sam Bass helped create the throwback adaptation of Kulwicki’s No. 7 Ford.  Like Reed, Bass lives with type 1 diabetes. “My dad was huge fan of Alan and had a lot of respect for him, so it’s awesome to get to run this throwback…

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Roush/Fenway Racing Sleepers To Watch This Weekend at Bristol

Everyone is talking about the playoff bubble and drivers like Matt Kenseth, Jamie McMurray, Chase Elliott, Clint Bowyer and Joey Logano. Heck, even rookies Daniel Suarez and Erik Jones are being thrown in there. Currently, there’s three open wildcard spots and those seven drivers are the main players vying for them. But, one organization could really shake things up this weekend at the Bristol Motor Speedway – Roush Fenway Racing. 

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Out of NASCAR’s Top Teams, Who Has Brightest Future With Young Talent?

The youth movement is served in NASCAR, as it appears that out of the top tiered teams in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for the 2018 season will feature literally half of those drivers being 27 years of age or younger. The tide is shifting. The veteran drivers are being phased out. Right now, if Matt Kenseth can’t find a ride for 2018, then just four drivers will be over the age of 40 at Daytona come February. With that being said, who among NASCAR’s top teams has the…

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How Wood Brothers and Paul Menard Deal Came About

Most people are wondering why the Wood Brothers would go from young drivers like Trevor Bayne and Ryan Blaney to having Paul Menard in their driver lineup for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. The historic team has had legends driving for them over the years, and in recent seasons had a youth movement. So, why would the Virginia team, with currently 99 Cup victories to their credit, hire a veteran in Menard who has just one career Cup victory in 383 career starts himself? The answer is…

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Trevor Bayne Has Great Shot to Be Next Driver to Stamp His Name Into the Playoff’s With With Saturday Night in Daytona

Daytona Beach, Fla – Last year’s Coke Zero 400 was really where this Roush/Fenway Racing resurgence was found. In qualifying for the race at the Daytona International Speedway in July of 2016, all three of the then drivers started in the top seven rows, including earning the pole and two in the top three. In fact, two of them finished in the top five, and all three in the top eight that night. Now, they enter with some major momentum on their side this year. They’ve scaled back to a two-car…

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RFR to “Suspend” No. 6 Ford Operations After Race This Weekend at Pocono

Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. is currently having the best season that he’s ever had in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. In his third season, all with Roush/Fenway Racing, Wallace has had seven top eight finishes in 11 starts this season, currently ranking him fourth in the points standings. Unfortunately though, his No. 6 Ford will be parked following this weekend’s race at the Pocono Raceway due to the lack of funding. RFR announced on Monday that they will “suspend” the operations on the car despite him doing so well and being…

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