Marcos Ambrose won his third consecutive Nationwide Series race at Watkins Glen International, dominating the Zippo 200, leading 60 of 82 laps, including the final 30 laps.
Carl Edwards won the NASCAR Nationwide Series Bucyrus 200 at Road America from the pole position to score his first victory of the season. Jacques Villeneuve took the lead with 12 laps to go. But, the caution flew, bunching up the field. Edwards passed Villeneuve with nine laps to go.
Roush Fenway Racing announced that Rick Viers has been named crew chief for the team’s No. 16 Nationwide Ford Fusion beginning with this weekend’s Bucyrus 200 at Road America. Colin Braun will be behind the wheel this weekend. He has been splitting seat time with Brian Ickler in the No. 16. Viers said: Just being here [...]
Brian Ickler will drive Roush Fenway Racing’s No. 16 in the Nationwide Series’ Tech-Net Auto 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, sources told FoxSports.com. Ickler will split time testing RFR’s No. 16 Nationwide COT this week with Colin Braun, who has piloted the car this season. Braun has switched to a part time role due to [...]
After barely making the field due to high carbon monoxide levels — the result of breathing in exhaust fumes after damaging crush panels in his Sprint Cup COT — Brad Beselowski used a push from Joey Logano to take the lead before the caution came out for a fiery wreck, ending the Aaron’s 312 at Talladega Superspeedway.
NASCAR.com is reporting that Roush Fenway Racing is fielding four full-time Nationwide Series teams next season, including a Ford for Paul Menard. Menard will be a teammate to Colin Braun, Ricky Stenhouse Jr, and Carl Edwards.
Roush Fenway Racing promoted Mike Beam to competition director and announced its Nationwide Series crew chief lineup: Ben Leslie will crew cheif for rookie driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Eddie Pardue will crew chief for Colin Braun, and Mike Kelley will remain crew chief for Carl Edwards. Kelley was moved to Edwards’ team for the final three races [...]
SceneDaily is reporting that with the news of Colin Braun moving to the Nationwide Series full time next season, Roush Fenway Racing will be leaving the Camping World Truck Series. Braun’s current RFR truck series team will move with him to the Nationwide Series next season, and Roush won’t replace it.
Roush Fenway Racing has unveiled its 2010 Nationwide Series Ford Mustang COT. The team also announced that Colin Braun will move from the Camping World Truck Series to the Nationwide Series full-time next season. Con-Way Freight will sponsor the team for 18 Nationwide races next season.
Colin Braun passed Kyle Busch on lap 77 and never looked back, winning the Camping World Series’ Michigan 200 at Michigan International Speedway.