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March 8th, 2013
NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying at Las Vegas Motor Speedway was cancelled due to persistent rain on Friday, giving pole to champion Brad Keselowski.
September 11th, 2012
Carl Edwards has vowed to support his Roush Fenway team-mates during the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase after missing the play-off last Saturday at Richmond.
September 7th, 2012
Matt Kenseth does not believe his NASCAR Sprint Cup championship chances will be compromised by his departure to Joe Gibbs Racing at the end of the year. The 2003 champion was finally confirmed as a JGR driver on Tuesday following months of speculation about where he would drive next season, having announced he was leaving Roush Fenway back in June . The 40-year-old is set to be part of this year’s Chase, along with at least one of his Roush team-mate as stablemate Greg Biffle currently leads the points.
August 30th, 2012
Carl Edwards has denied that he will switch from Roush Fenway Racing to Penske Racing for the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup. The 33-year-old American is in the first year of his current deal with Roush, which was signed following lengthy negotiations last year. Following rumours of a switch as a result of AJ Allmendinger’s sacking by Penske earlier this season , Edwards has now stated categorically that he is staying put.
May 5th, 2012
Jeff Gordon claimed his 71st career pole position in qualifying for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Talladega. Taking an unusual approach to his qualifying run, Gordon was able to beat the session’s long-standing benchmark set earlier by Penske’s AJ Allmendinger, with a second flying lap of 49.973 seconds, at an average speed of 191.623mph, and was the only driver to break under the 50-second mark
April 21st, 2012
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points leader Greg Biffle hopes ending a 49-race winless streak at Texas last week will be the springboard he needs to be a title contender in 2012. The Roush Fenway racer has enjoyed a great start to his campaign, already claiming five top-10 finishes from the first seven races of the season, with 13th places at Bristol and Martinsville being his worst results thus far
February 20th, 2012
Daytona 500 pole-winner Carl Edwards is not ruling out pushing for victory in Thursday’s Gatorade Duel qualifying race, even though his pole position is secure. Edwards guaranteed his top spot for the NASCAR Sprint Cup season-opener in yesterday’s qualifying session, and will retain it wherever he finishes in his Duel heat. But despite the return of fully-fledged pack racing seeing more crashes in Saturday’s Budweiser Shootout event, the Roush Fenway driver said he is open to taking risks in the Duel even though there is nothing at stake for him.
February 19th, 2012
Carl Edwards secured pole position for the Daytona 500 as Fords dominated qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup season-opener.
January 16th, 2012
David Ragan will join David Gilliland in Front Row Motorsports’ line-up for the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup. Ragan had driven for Roush Fenway since 2006, but was released at the end of last season – a year which had seen him score his first Cup win in the July Daytona race. “Front Row has made great progress in the last few years, and I look forward to helping them advance to the next level,” said the 25-year-old.
November 19th, 2011
Carl Edwards topped the final practice session of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season at Homestead, running just three flying laps while focusing on this afternoon’s qualifying session. Following a busy first session where the Roush Fenway racer was second fastest, Edwards went on to set the best lap of the 60-minute final practice, doing so during his second and final run with a time of 31.57 seconds, at an average speed of 171.124 mph, while simulating qualifying. He had initially set the pace with a first qualifying run in the early minutes, then ran again in the final 20 minutes to remain at the top of the leaderboard with only three timed laps.
November 7th, 2011
Tony Stewart claimed back-to-back wins for the second time in this year’s Chase, winning his fourth race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season on Sunday at Texas. The Stewart Haas driver continued to close on the series points lead after beating Chase leader Carl Edwards with a categoric win, taking home a perfect score that now places him only three points behind his Roush Fenway rival. Edwards tried putting the pressure on Stewart in the final laps as both spent most of the race at the sharp end of the field but in the end he did not have anything for him despite Roush Fenway cars looking like the class of the field for most of the event
October 16th, 2011
Jack Roush believes Jimmie Johnson will need his title rivals to hit trouble in order to allow him to recover in the championship Chase, having crashed out of Saturday’s race at Charlotte. The NASCAR team owner celebrated the fifth win of the season for his outfit with Matt Kenseth’s victory in the fifth round of the Chase, while his team-mate Carl Edwards continues to lead the play-off standings, the latest in the season he’s ever been in the championship lead.
October 7th, 2011
Greg Biffle claimed his second pole position of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season at Kansas to lead an all-Roush Fenway Ford front row for Sunday’s fourth round of the Chase, beside Carl Edwards.
October 6th, 2011
Carl Edwards is optimistic about remaining a close title contender throughout the Chase after getting back to the top of the standings following the third round of the playoff. The Roush Fenway Ford driver led the points throughout most of the regular season, but dropped back once the Chase field was set due to having a single win while many of his rivals scored multiple victories in the first 26 races.
September 25th, 2011
Tony Stewart scored his second Chase victory in less than a week at Loudon, beating Clint Bowyer on fuel mileage to jump into the lead of the NASCAR Sprint Cup title play-off. The two-time champion saw the coin flip after running out of fuel on the last lap while leading the same race last year, handing victory to his Richard Childress Racing rival. This time Bowyer was up front following the final round of pitstops, but he failed to make it to the end, running out of gas while leading with two laps remaining
August 5th, 2011
Carl Edwards says his decision to sign a new multi-year deal with Roush Fenway Racing was purely driven by performance as he and his team focus back on winning this year’s title. Roush Fenway Racing announced Thursday that its leading driver for the past few seasons is set to stay put for a number of years as the team tries to break into Jimmie Johnson’s dominance at NASCAR’s top level
July 30th, 2011
Roush Fenway Racing’s David Ragan claimed pole position for the Brickyard 400 as the team continued its dominance of the Indianapolis weekend. Ragan, who claimed his maiden Sprint Cup win earlier this month at Daytona, beat the early benchmark set by three-time Brickyard 400 winner Jimmie Johnson with a lap of 49.182 seconds at an average speed of 182.994 mph. Red Bull Racing’s Kasey Kahne would later get to within 0.018s of Ragan’s lap, bumping Johnson from the front row of the grid and securing his best start at Indy.
July 30th, 2011
Carl Edwards remains tight-lipped about his future and insists his contract negotiations are not being a distraction, amid speculation linking him with a move to Joe Gibbs Racing. The Roush Fenway racer arrives at Indianapolis for Sunday’s Brickyard 400 as the NASCAR Sprint Cup points leader but with rumours mounting over where he will be driving next year. The 31-year-old former Nationwide Series champion, told reporters on Friday at Indy that he is still working on his 2012 contract, but that his focus for now remains on his current deal with Roush, which expires at the end of the year
June 19th, 2011
Denny Hamlin held off Matt Kenseth to claim his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory of the season at Michigan on Sunday.
May 24th, 2011
Carl Edwards says his focus remains on winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title while talks with Roush Fenway Racing continue to unfold as his contract with the outfit expires at the end of the year. Edwards claimed victory last weekend in the All-Star race, his first triumph in the event and his second win of 2011, albeit in a non-points race which gave him a prize of US $1,203,300.