Carl Edwards set the fastest Friday practice time which gave him the pole for Sunday’s Aaron’s 499 for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Talladega.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s Matt Kenseth certainly took to his new ride in a Toyota this year. His former Roush Fenway Racing Ford teammate Carl Edwards joins Kenseth on the front row.
Team To Donate $100 for every lap led at Kansas to “The One Fund Boston”
Kyle Busch pulled off a double at Texas Motor Speedway: The Nationwide series victory last night was followed up with tonight’s Cup win.
With a new race car, past statistics at Texas may not be true indicators as to what will happen.
Stenhouse Jr. to become 14th RFR driver to run Sprint Cup Race at famed half-mile paper clip
Roush Fenway will shift its attention to the short track of Martinsville next weekend.
Biffle moves to Fourth, Edwards to Fifth in Sprint Cup Point Standings
One would think that since Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs have dominated the Bristol 500 race that they would be favorites hands down but this is the new Gen-6 car and nothing this season is set in stone.
Rain washes out NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Field set by 2012 points which puts Danica Patrick 37th on the grid.
With the win Roush Fenway scored the first win for Ford in the new Gen 6 Fusion.
Carl Edwards, Trevor Bayne and Brad Keselowski and 6 others got together on lap 137. Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch drop out with car problems.
Edwards has wrecked 4 Ford Fusion racecars at Daytona since Preseason Thunder testing began.
Trevor Bayne and Joey Logano have top-10 times in Cup qualifying at Daytona International Speedway
Roush Fenway's Biffle 3rd in both practices, Edwards in his backup Ford.
The first practice for the NASCAR Sprint Unlimited at Daytona started off with a bang.
NASCAR Sprint Cup testing was uneventful until Earnhardt Jr. decided to give Ambrose a push going down the back stretch. It did not work out as planned. A total of 12 cars were involved in the crash that followed.
Drivers share Champion’s Week laughs with fans and fifth graders from Nellis Air Force base school.