Late-race request for help leads to tension between Roush Fenway Racing teammates Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle.
Roush Fenway Racing hopes to run Trevor Bayne in a full-time Sprint Cup Series ride in 2014. Bayne has run part-time in the series since 2011, when he won the Daytona 500 with Wood Brothers Racing in the iconic No. 21 Ford. In 2013, Bayne will run another part-time Cup schedule with WBR, and a […]
Roush Fenway Racing has announced that Jimmy Fennig will become crew chief of the No. 99 Ford, driven by Carl Edwards, in 2013. Scott Graves will become crew chief of the No. 17 Ford, driven by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Team owner Jack Roush said: We are excited about this change on both fronts. Pairing two […]
Richard Petty Motorsports is considering replacing AJ Allmendinger with newly available Kurt Busch in an effort to retain sponsor Best Buy.
After spending the last few weeks searching for investors to help him purchase majority interest in his racing team, Richard Petty has finally done just that. Petty and a group of investors including Andrew Murstein, of Medallion Financial Group and Douglas Bergeron, of DGB Investments, bought the racing assets of Richard Petty Motorsports today.
Rumor has it that Richard Petty is attempting to put together a deal that would allow him to purchase the majority interest of RPM from majority owner George Gillett.
Roush Fenway Racing owner Jack Roush was released from the Mayo Clinic yesterday, following his plane crash last month. Roush issued a statement saying: I would like to thank everyone for the outpouring of support and concern I have received the past two weeks. Our teams and drivers have not missed a beat in my […]
After a red flag and a rain delay, Greg Biffle outran pole-sitter Tony Stewart to the finish line, winning the Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono Raceway by 3.598 seconds.
Jack Roush was injured when a plane he was flying crashed hard on landing, cracking the fuselage. Roush and his passenger walked away from the crash with non-life threatening injuries.
In retrospect, letting Jamie McMurray go was a mistake for Jack Roush. But, given the circumstances at the time, Roush shouldn’t be kicking himself over it.