Roush Fenway Racing Cuts Are Needed Changes

At one time, Roush Fenway Racing was named among the NASCAR elites. Remember the days when they could and did have FIVE teams? Matt Kenseth, Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle, Mark Martin and Kurt Busch were a veritable all-star team- all making the 2005 Chase. During the course of their history, Jack Roush's drivers have won 135 Cup races and two championships. In the early 2000s, RFR was the standard bearer for Ford. It is said that it takes centuries to grow a forest and minutes to burn it dow ...

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JGR Rolls With 6 Wins In Last 7 Races

Better late than never; I'm sure Matt Kenseth would concur. All four drivers for JGR have visited victory lane this season with the 2003 champion's win at Dover. The win also gives JGR (Joe Gibbs Racing) their sixth win in their last seven races. The victory ties JGR for third in all-time team Cup wins (135) with Roush Fenway. Don't look now, but Toyota currently leads in the manufacturer's points. Joe Gibbs Racing is a huge part of that, as is the solid season of Martin Truex Jr. with Fu ...

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2015 Sprint Cup Grades: Part Two

Grading is hard. Here are the first round of 2015 Sprint Cup grades. This batch will review teams that have a bit more room for improvement in NASCAR's 2016 season. (more…) ...

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NASCAR Prop Bets: Team Expansion

It's the season to add on in so many different ways. More gifts. More calories. More days away from work or school. We're not the only ones expanding on different fronts. Several NASCAR teams are considering different ways to become more competitive. Here's an expansion-themed look at some NASCAR prop bets while you wait for the cookies to get out of the oven. (more…) ...

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Will Roush Fenway Racing Rebound In 2015?

  Roush Fenway Racing was once Ford's flagship team in NASCAR Cup racing. Mark Martin rose to prominence here, and was a perennial contender in the 90s. Jeff Burton enjoyed his finest hours driving the 99 car before Carl Edwards came to town. Greg Biffle has had his share of success for Roush Fenway. Carl Edwards finished as runner-up at the Cup level in 2008 and 2011. Matt Kenseth and Kurt Busch won championships for the man popularly known as the "Cat In The Hat" in 2003 and 2004. ...

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