Trevor Bayne wins pole and Sam Hornish Jr. finishes second with Travis Pastrana in fourth.
Travis Pastrana, driver of the No. 60 Roush Fenway Ford Mustang in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, kicked off the weekend at Phoenix International Raceway by answering questions from the media about last week’s 10th-place finish at Daytona and on...
Roush Fenway Racing announces Ryan Reed as the driver of the No. 16 American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes SM presented by Lilly Diabetes Ford Mustang for the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series season
Tony Stewart earned his seventh NNS victory at DIS, while Sam Hornish finished second. Alex Bowman was the highest-finishing rookie in third. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Parker Kligerman comprised the remainder of the top-five.
NASCAR’s winningest team to continue running Valvoline NextGen Motor Oil in their RFR Ford Mustang driven by Trevor Bayne.
Kevin Swindell worked his way up 10th-place finish.
Alliance will serve as primary sponsor on the #12 Ford Mustang driven by Sam Hornish Jr for 17 races and will be an associate sponsor on the car for the remaining races.
On the second lap, Pastrana made contact with the wall, sustaining severe damage to the right side of the car.
With the strong run, Trevor Bayne moved up 15 spots in the NASCAR Nationwide Series standings to 11 th.
Driver feels more comfortable in second start with No. 43 Flying J Team.
The Nationwide Series returns to action next weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway
RFR driver Trevor Bayne climbs to 6th in NNS Standings.
Bayne currently sits in 10th place in the NNS standings; 40 points behind point leader Sam Hornish Jr.