Trevor Bayne passed Roush Fenway Racing teammate Carl Edwards to win the O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge Nationwide Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Roush Fenway Racing president Steve Newmark said that he expects to field three teams in 2012. That means David Ragan, most likely, will not be back with the team.
UPS has announced that they will move from Roush Fenway Racing’s No. 6 car and driver David Ragan to the team’s No. 99 car, driven by Carl Edwards for 2012.
David Ragan has been given permission to speak with other teams by Roush Fenway Racing. He could be headed to TRG’s No. 71.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr may drive for Wood Brothers Racing next season, according to Sirius Speedway, via Jayski.com. The decision will be made in the next few weeks as to whether Trevor Bayne, who won the season-opening Daytona 500 in WBR’s legendary No. 21, will stay in the car or be replaced by current Nationwide Series [...]
Richard Childress Racing is said to be still seeking sponsorship to field a fourth car next season with Clint Bowyer behind the wheel.
Clint Bowyer is expected to sign a multi-year deal to drive for Michael Waltrip Racing next season. Five Hour Energy will sponsor him.
Richard Petty Motorsports has withdrawn its offer to Clint Bowyer, team owner Andrew Murstein has confirmed. RPM is happy with the performance of Marcos Ambrose and AJ Allmendinger.
UPS is planning to cut back on its sponsorship of Roush Fenway Racing’s No. 6 Ford driven by David Ragan in the Sprint Cup Series.
Fastenal has announced that it has signed a multi-year agreement with Roush Fenway Racing to become a primary sponsor for Carl Edwards’ No. 99 Ford in the Sprint Cup Series.