Open main menu

Roush Fenway Racing in the Xfinity Series

Roush Fenway Racing's Xfinity Series operation began in 1992 with the No. 60 driven by Mark Martin. The No. 60 team has been dominant throughout its history, amassing many wins with Martin; three driver's championships with Greg Biffle in 2002, Carl Edwards in 2007, and Chris Buescher in 2015; and an owner's championship with Edwards in 2011. The No. 6 team won back-to-back driver's championships in 2011 & 2012 with Ricky Stenhouse Jr.[1][2] Following the departures of Ryan Reed, Chase Briscoe, and Austin Cindric, Roush's Xfinity program was closed following the 2018 season.

Contents

CarsEdit

Car No. 1 historyEdit

The number 1 started as the number 06 Ford Fusion when first raced in the Hershey's Kissables 300 at Daytona International Speedway on February 18, 2006. Todd Kluever piloted the car, with sponsorship from 3M, for the entire 2006 season,[3] earning four top-ten finishes and one pole. Mike Kelley, the former car chief on championship car 97, was the crew chief.[3] For 2007, Mark Martin drove the 06 machine in two races, with sponsorship from Dish Network, at Daytona International Speedway and Texas Motor Speedway.[4][5][6] This team did not return in 2008.

Car No. 06 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
2006 Todd Kluever 06 Ford DAY
7
CAL
12
MXC
32
LVS
21
ATL
18
BRI
34
TEX
21
NSH
32
PHO
42
TAL
27
RCH
22
DAR
32
CLT
9
DOV
18
NSH
17
KEN
17
MLW
23
DAY
25
CHI
18
NHA
13
MAR
30
GTY
13
IRP
24
GLN
38
MCH
37
BRI
39
CAL
27
RCH
36
DOV
13
KAN
37
CLT
18
MEM
16
TEX
10
PHO
18
HOM
9
26th 3304
2007 Mark Martin DAY
5
CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI NSH TEX
12
PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP CGV GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 61st 282

On October 30, 2014, Roush Fenway announced that veteran Elliott Sadler would drive the No. 1 car in 2015, bringing sponsor OneMain Financial from Joe Gibbs Racing. This marked Sadler's reunion with former owner and engine builder Doug Yates, and his fourth stint with manufacturer Ford.[7] Sadler earned four top fives and 17 top tens to finish sixth in points.[8] Sadler and OneMain Financial would leave at the end of the season for JR Motorsports.[9] The No. 1 team was shut down, and around 25 employees were released.[10]

Car No. 1 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Owners Pts
2015 Elliott Sadler 1 Ford DAY
19
ATL
18
LVS
13
PHO
12
CAL
10
TEX
11
BRI
10
RCH
16
TAL
7
IOW
8
CLT
9
DOV
21
MCH
5
CHI
11
DAY
2
KEN
5
NHA
17
IND
5
IOW
8
GLN
8
MOH
6
BRI
31
ROA
12
DAR
11
RCH
24
CHI
8
KEN
11
DOV
9
CLT
10
KAN
12
TEX
10
PHO
9
HOM
13
10th 1075

Car No. 6 historyEdit

Jeff Burton (1997-2004)Edit

The car now known as the No. 6 car debuted at Daytona in 1997 as the No. 9 car. Jeff Burton drove the Track Gear sponsored Ford Taurus to a 40th-place finish. During the 1997 season, Robbie Crouch, Ted Musgrave, and Rob Wilson drove the No. 9 on limited schedules, with a best finish coming from Crouch at Loudon. Over the next six years, Burton drove to 16 wins with additional sponsorships from Northern Light, Febreze, and Gain, among others.

Mark Martin (2004-2006)Edit

After Burton left Roush Racing midway through 2004, Mark Martin returned to the Busch Series, posting four top-10s in five starts. In 2005, Martin ran five races and won twice. The car switched to the No. 6 in 2006, after a number switch with Evernham Motorsports, and ran a part-time schedule sponsored by Ameriquest.

David Ragan (2007-2009)Edit

In 2007, David Ragan drove the car full-time in 2007 using the No. 06 owner's points, with sponsorship coming from the Discount Tire Company. After a 5th-place finish in points, Ragan was named Rookie of the Year.[11] After running full-time in 2008, Ragan went to part-time and won the 2009 Aaron's 312 for his first Nationwide series victory as well as a win at Bristol. Rookie Erik Darnell filled out the rest of the schedule with Northern Tool and Equipment sponsoring. He won a pole and had two top-fives, but was unable to return the next season due to a lack of funding.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (2010-2012)Edit

In 2010, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. drove the No. 6 Ford with Citifinancial as the primary sponsor. After crashing out of a few early events along with rookie teammate Colin Braun, Roush temporarily benched Stenhouse after he failed to qualify at Nashville in April. The No. 6 was driven by Brian Ickler at Kentucky, and by Billy Johnson at Watkins Glen. When veteran Mike Kelley took over the pit box, Stenhouse responded with a 3rd-place finish at the fall race at Daytona. The team rallied back to claim Rookie of the Year honors. The next year Cargill Meat Solutions sponsored the team for a few races as Citi had left for Kevin Harvick Incorporated. With fresh momentum, and most of the Cup drivers running limited schedules, Stenhouse swept both Iowa races for his first two Nationwide Series victories, and held off former Cup driver Elliott Sadler for the Nationwide Series championship. Stenhouse would beat Sadler again in 2012 for his second consecutive championship.

Trevor Bayne (2013-2014)Edit

For 2013, former Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne, who had been sidelined in recent years due to illness and lack of sponsorship, drove the car full-time. Cargill returned to the team, along with Valvoline and Ford EcoBoost. In 2014, Advocare moved from Richard Childress Racing to sponsor the entire season. Bayne earned a pole at Iowa, along with 21 top ten finishes to finish 6th in driver points (the No. 6 finished 10th in owners points).[12] Bayne moved up to the Sprint Cup Series in 2015 with Advocare.

Bubba Wallace (2015-2017)Edit

In December 2014, it was reported that Truck Seies driver and Drive for Diversity graduate Darrell Wallace Jr. had asked for and was granted release from his contract with Joe Gibbs Racing. Later it was revealed that he had signed a deal to drive in Roush Fenway's No. 6 for 2015, with Chad Norris as his crew chief.[13] Due to lack of sponsorship, Ford EcoBoost and Roush Performance frequently appeared as placeholders on the car, as the brands had done on teammate Chris Buescher's No. 60 car.[14] One-race deals came from Cheez-It, AdvoCare, Fastenal, Bleacher Report, Cross Insurance, and Scotchman. In 2017, the team ran for the first half of the season before suspending operations due to a lack of sponsorship. Wallace departed the team to drive the No. 43 for Richard Petty Motorsports in the Cup Series. The team was shuttered for the 2018 season, though it ran the Road America race with IndyCar Series driver Conor Daly.[15]

Car No. 6 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
1997 Jeff Burton 9 Ford DAY
40
CAR RCH
6*
ATL
14
LVS DAR
2
HCY TEX
3
BRI
1*
NSV CLT
13
DOV
2
SBO GLN MLW MYB GTY IRP MCH
4
BRI DAR
1*
RCH
3*
DOV CLT
4
CAL CAR
4*
HOM 26th 1948
Ted Musgrave TAL
36
Robbie Crouch NHA
42
NZH
1998 Jeff Burton DAY
22
CAR
4*
LVS
4
NSV DAR
2*
BRI
39
TEX
10
HCY TAL NHA NZH CLT
22
DOV RCH
1
PPR MCH
1*
BRI RCH
2
DOV CLT
6
GTY CAR
13
ATL HOM
1
30th 1883
Ashton Lewis GLN
3
MLW MYB CAL SBO IRP
Chad Little DAR
30
1999 Jeff Burton DAY
9
CAR
1
LVS
3
ATL DAR
6
TEX
2
NSV BRI TAL CAL
2
NHA RCH
2
NZH CLT
4
DOV SBO GLN MLW MYB PPR GTY IRP MCH
7
BRI DAR
7
RCH
35
DOV CLT
14
CAR MEM PHO
4
HOM
8
25th 2091
2000 DAY CAR
5
LVS
1*
ATL DAR
3*
BRI TEX
6
NSV TAL CAL
2
RCH
41
NHA CLT
1*
DOV SBO MYB GLN MLW NZH PPR GTY IRP MCH
3
BRI DAR
2*
RCH
1*
DOV CLT
10
CAR
2*
MEM PHO
1*
HOM
5
29th 2259
2001 DAY CAR LVS
6
ATL DAR BRI TEX
2
NSH TAL CAL RCH NHA NZH CLT
7
DOV KEN MLW GLN CHI
3
GTY PPR IRP MCH
10
BRI DAR
1*
RCH
9
DOV KAN
31
CLT
3
MEM PHO
9
CAR HOM
13
33rd 1600
2002 DAY CAR LVS
1*
DAR
1*
BRI TEX
10
NSH TAL CAL
15
RCH NHA
41
NZH CLT
30
DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI
3*
GTY PPR IRP MCH
2
BRI DAR
1
RCH
3
DOV KAN
1
CLT
1*
MEM ATL CAR PHO
17
HOM 37th 1755
2003 DAY CAR LVS
35
DAR BRI TEX TAL NSH CAL RCH GTY NZH NHA
16
PPR IRP MCH
20
BRI DAR RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM ATL PHO CAR HOM 56th 409
Greg Biffle CLT
12
DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI
2004 Mark Martin DAY
DNQ
CAR MCH
2
BRI CAL RCH
12
DOV
8
ATL
6
PHO
6
37th 1601
Matt Kenseth LVS
6
KAN
33
CLT MEM DAR
5
HOM
Jeff Burton DAR
2
BRI TEX
9
NSH TAL CAL
16
GTY RCH NZH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI
3
NHA PPR IRP
2005 Mark Martin DAY CAL
1*
MXC LVS
1
ATL NSH BRI TEX
31
PHO TAL DAR RCH
7
CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI
5
NHA PPR GTY IRP GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH
4
DOV KAN
14
HOM
3
44th 1450
Matt Kenseth CLT
25
MEM TEX
6
PHO
2006 Mark Martin 6 DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI TEX
24
NSH PHO
5
TAL RCH DAR
4
CLT
32
DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA MAR GTY IRP GLN MCH
5
BRI CAL
3*
RCH DOV KAN TEX
4
PHO HOM 47th 1028
David Ragan CLT
36
MEM
2007 DAY
43
CAL
18
MXC
14
LVS
24
ATL
20
BRI
13
NSH
36
TEX
5
PHO
35
TAL
4
RCH
14
DAR
13
CLT
25
DOV
32
NSH
7
KEN
8
MLW
12
NHA
18
DAY
34
CHI
19
GTY
5
IRP
18
CGV
19
GLN
21
MCH
21
BRI
6
CAL
10
RCH
39
DOV
32
KAN
34
CLT
6
MEM
3
TEX
17
PHO
23
HOM
33
12th 3739
2008 DAY
9
CAL
12
LVS
10
ATL
16
BRI
8
NSH
21
TEX
8
PHO
5
MXC
22
TAL
18
RCH
4
DAR
27
CLT
9
DOV
29
NSH
5
KEN
7
MLW
4
NHA
6
DAY
9
CHI
13
GTY
10
IRP
9
CGV
13
GLN
9
MCH
36
BRI
25
CAL
9
RCH
5
DOV
9
KAN
3
CLT
12
MEM
8
TEX
5
PHO
14
HOM
23
6th 4525
2009 DAY
8
CAL
5
LVS
26
BRI
19
TEX
4
NSH
7
PHO
6
TAL
1
CLT
7
DOV
30
DAY
9
CHI
34
GLN
8
MCH
4
BRI
1
ATL
9
CAL
9
TEX
8
PHO
6
10th 4469
Erik Darnell RCH
12
DAR
4
NSH
9
KEN
11
MLW
4
NHA
9
GTY
10
IRP
29
IOW
23
CGV
12
RCH
14
DOV
17
KAN
18
CLT
34
MEM
31
HOM
31
2010 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. DAY
36
CAL
39
LVS
30
BRI
25
NSH
31
PHO
9
TEX
29
TAL
29
RCH
20
DAR
37
DOV
18
CLT
40
NSH
DNQ
ROA
26
NHA
16
DAY
3
CHI
19
GTY
9
IRP
11
IOW
14
MCH
13
BRI
22
CGV
24
ATL
10
RCH
4
DOV
11
KAN
6
CAL
29
CLT
14
GTY
23
TEX
11
PHO
9
HOM
4
16th 3623
Brian Ickler KEN
14
Billy Johnson GLN
36
2011 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. DAY
8
PHO
7
LVS
8
BRI
14
CAL
4
TEX
8
TAL
38
NSH
5
RCH
21
DAR
10
DOV
4
IOW
1
CLT
4
CHI
14
MCH
2
ROA
8
DAY
27
KEN
9
NHA
4
NSH
2
IRP
3*
IOW
1
GLN
15
CGV
26
BRI
11
ATL
3
RCH
3
CHI
8
DOV
5
KAN
5
CLT
9
TEX
6
PHO
5
HOM
2
3rd 1222
2012 DAY
19
PHO
3
LVS
1*
BRI
6
CAL
2
TEX
1
RCH
4
TAL
3
DAR
6
IOW
1*
CLT
26
DOV
32
MCH
25
ROA
11
KEN
8
DAY
2
NHA
5
CHI
2*
IND
9
IOW
5
GLN
4
CGV
12
BRI
2
ATL
1
RCH
2
CHI
1
KEN
17
DOV
9
CLT
7
KAN
1
TEX
4
PHO
3
HOM
6
2nd 1251
2013 Trevor Bayne DAY
31
PHO
4
LVS
4
BRI
12
CAL
9
TEX
26
RCH
12
TAL
28
DAR
32
CLT
6
DOV
4
IOW
1
MCH
5
ROA
30
KEN
12
DAY
10
NHA
7
CHI
7
IND
16
IOW
10
GLN
10
MOH
9
BRI
6
ATL
6
RCH
5
CHI
15
KEN
15
DOV
9
KAN
9
CLT
8
TEX
11
PHO
7
HOM
5
9th 1086
2014 DAY
3
PHO
7
LVS
8
BRI
8
CAL
9
TEX
23
DAR
9
RCH
11
TAL
10
IOW
9
CLT
8
DOV
2
MCH
30
ROA
27
KEN
15
DAY
9
NHA
9
CHI
2
IND
9
IOW
3
GLN
13
MOH
9
BRI
13
ATL
12
RCH
15
CHI
5
KEN
15
DOV
9
KAN
8
CLT
7
TEX
36
PHO
9
HOM
11
10th 1086
2015 Darrell Wallace Jr. DAY
12
ATL
11
LVS
7
PHO
15
CAL
12
TEX
6
BRI
12
RCH
12
TAL
20
IOW
6
CLT
5
DOV
17
MCH
15
CHI
10
DAY
34
KEN
7
NHA
8
IND
23
IOW
11
GLN
16
MOH
8
BRI
12
ROA
5
DAR
14
RCH
14
CHI
3
KEN
9
DOV
11
CLT
8
KAN
11
TEX
19
PHO
8
HOM
10
11th 1071
2016 DAY
6
ATL
18
LVS
33
PHO
12
CAL
3
TEX
15
BRI
25
RCH
16
TAL
13
DOV
2
CLT
27
POC
16
MCH
9
IOW
9
DAY
20
KEN
5
NHA
12
IND
14
IOW
27
GLN
29
MOH
15
BRI
7
ROA
9
DAR
17
RCH
12
CHI
20
KEN
8
DOV
11
CLT
20
KAN
33
TEX
11
PHO
32
HOM
11
14th 2163
2017 DAY
33
ATL
6
LVS
6
PHO
6
CAL
6
TEX
6
BRI
33
RCH
6
TAL
13
CLT
28
DOV
8
POC
11
MCH IOW DAY KEN NHA IND IOW GLN MOH BRI ROA DAR RCH CHI KEN DOV CLT KAN TEX PHO HOM 25th 382
2018 Conor Daly DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV CLT POC MCH IOW CHI DAY KEN NHA IOW GLN MOH BRI ROA
31
DAR IND LVS RCH CLT DOV KAN TEX PHO HOM -* -*

Car No. 16 historyEdit

 
Colin Braun in 2010.

Multiple Drivers (2006-2009)Edit

The No. 16 car made its Busch Series debut at Daytona in 2006. Greg Biffle drove the Ameriquest car in 20 races, winning once at California Speedway. For 2007, Biffle shared driving duties of the 3M Ford Fusion with Todd Kluever. For 2008, Citifinancial and 3M were the sponsors on the car, with Biffle, Jamie McMurray, and Colin Braun sharing the driving duties. Biffle drove most of the races, McMurray drove at Atlanta, Texas, and Phoenix. Colin Braun drove with two pole wins at Mexico City and O'Reilly Raceway Park. Braun, Kenseth, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., and Biffle drove the car in 2009, with Biffle winning twice and Kenseth once.

Colin Braun (2010)Edit

Braun moved up to the ride full-time in 2010 with Con-way Freight as sponsor for 18 races.[16] However Braun struggled, crashing out of several races, and was replaced by Matt Kenseth at Richmond, Darlington and Atlanta.[17] Brian Ickler drove four races, Erik Darnell drove 3 races,[18] and Trevor Bayne drove a single race. Braun had five top-10 finishes in 24 starts, and was released after the end of the season.[19]

 
Billy Johnson driving at Road America in 2013

Trevor Bayne (2011)Edit

For 2011, Braun was replaced by Trevor Bayne.[20][21] After 8 races, Bayne was hospitalized for various illnesses, and Roush development drivers Chris Buescher and Kevin Swindell filled in for him. Bayne returned later in the season, and scored his first win at Texas in the fall. Bayne's crew moved over to RFR's No. 60 to run a limited schedule, and the 16 team shut down for 2012.

Ryan Reed (2013-2018)Edit

For 2013, the No. 16 car was resurrected with Chris Buescher and Billy Johnson driving part-time with Ford EcoBoost, and Ryan Reed driving a limited schedule with Lilly Diabetes/ADA Drive To Stop Diabetes sponsorship. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. ran at Texas with Sprint Cup Series sponsor Zest.

Buescher moved to the No. 60 car for 2014, and Ryan Reed drove the No. 16 full-time with Lilly and the ADA, running for Rookie of the Year.[22] Reed scored only one top ten finish, a fourth at Daytona in July, finishing ninth in driver points while the No. 16 finished 14th in owner points.[12] Reed returned to the No. 16 for 2015,[7] and won the first race of the season at Daytona, which was also his first career win. Reed was pushed by teammate Buescher past leader Brad Keselowski on the final lap to take the victory.[23] The win would be Reed's only top ten finish of the year; he would have an average finish of 16.8 to finish tenth in driver points.[8] In 2016 Reed went winless but finished 6th in points. Reed won the season opener at Daytona again in 2017 and finished 8th in points. In 2018 he struggled, failing to win a single race the whole season and was released at the end of the season due to lack of sponsorship.

Car No. 16 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
2006 Greg Biffle 16 Ford DAY
31
CAL
1
MXC LVS
4
ATL
3
BRI
28
TEX
2
NSH PHO
6
TAL
6
RCH
4
DAR
5
CLT
12
DOV
8
NSH KEN MLW DAY
9
CHI
24
NHA
10
MAR GTY IRP
4
GLN MCH
43
BRI
37
CAL
23
RCH
2
DOV
8
KAN
8
CLT
41
MEM TEX
23
PHO
12
HOM
38
28th 3215
2007 Todd Kluever DAY
14
MXC
11
ATL
33
BRI
12
NSH
13
PHO
33
DAR
8
NSH
8
KEN
23
MLW
18
NHA
17
GTY
11
CGV
21
GLN
20
13th 3672
Greg Biffle CAL
5
LVS
38
TEX
36
TAL
30
RCH
6
CLT
21
DOV
18
DAY
37
CHI
39
IRP
2
MCH
5
CAL
32
RCH
13
DOV
9
KAN
10
CLT
30
TEX
16
PHO
36
HOM
6
Travis Kvapil BRI
21
Colin Braun MEM
30
2008 Greg Biffle DAY
7
CAL LVS
2
BRI
13
TAL
11
RCH DAR CLT
7
DOV
5
NSH
10
KEN NHA
19
CHI
6
GTY CGV
8
GLN MCH
5
BRI
3
CAL RCH
6
DOV KAN
18
CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 26th 2846
Jamie McMurray ATL
13
TEX
5
PHO
36
Colin Braun NSH
15
MXC
33
MLW
21
DAY
35
IRP
2
2009 Greg Biffle DAY
5
CAL
34
LVS
1*
PHO
1*
CLT
12
DOV
25
NHA
7
CHI
7
GLN
7
MCH
8
ATL
8
RCH
12
KAN
5
CAL
14
9th 4496
Matt Kenseth BRI
4
TEX
6
TAL
35
RCH
3
DAR
1
DAY
14
IRP
3
BRI
5
DOV
11
CLT
33
MEM
11
TEX
4
PHO
7
HOM
10
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. NSH
23
NSH
32
KEN
9
MLW
5
GTY
30
IRP
QL
IOW
22
MEM
QL
Colin Braun CGV
40
2010 DAY
34
CAL
18
LVS
28
BRI
37
NSH
30
PHO
34
TEX
13
TAL
32
DOV
10
KEN
10
ROA
11
NHA
12
CHI
17
GTY
7
IRP
12
IOW
23
GLN
26
MCH
9
CGV
22
KAN
23
CAL
13
CLT
19
PHO
7
HOM
29
13th 3743
Matt Kenseth RCH
10
DAR
30
ATL
5
Brian Ickler CLT
15
NSH
29
DAY
9
BRI
19
Erik Darnell RCH
22
DOV
14
TEX
14
Trevor Bayne GTY
11
2011 DAY
10
PHO
31
LVS
5
BRI
19
CAL
6
TEX
13
TAL
6
NSH
6
CHI
3
MCH
5
ROA
31
DAY
22
KEN
11
NHA
13
NSH
9
IRP
28
IOW
25
GLN
9
CGV
23
BRI
13
ATL
33
RCH
28
CHI
11
DOV
6
KAN
9
CLT
3
TEX
1
PHO
6
HOM
11
13th 1007
Chris Buescher RCH
17
DAR
17
Kevin Swindell DOV
31
IOW
Matt Kenseth CLT
1
2013 Chris Buescher DAY PHO LVS BRI
7
CAL TEX
17
DAR
12
CLT
38
DOV IOW MCH
7
ATL
13
KAN
16
32nd 456
Ryan Reed RCH
16
TAL BRI
26
RCH
9
CHI KEN DOV CLT
14
PHO
15
HOM
13
Billy Johnson ROA
15
KEN DAY NHA
15
CHI IND IOW GLN MOH
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. TEX
17
2014 Ryan Reed DAY
18
PHO
22
LVS
15
BRI
31
CAL
17
TEX
20
DAR
13
RCH
12
TAL
24
IOW
16
CLT
14
DOV
27
MCH
11
ROA
21
KEN
17
DAY
4
NHA
11
CHI
15
IND
20
IOW
15
GLN
12
MOH
12
BRI
14
ATL
18
RCH
16
CHI
24
KEN
11
DOV
24
KAN
12
CLT
15
TEX
17
PHO
19
HOM
27
14th 889
2015 DAY
1
ATL
16
LVS
15
PHO
13
CAL
11
TEX
15
BRI
21
RCH
21
TAL
32
IOW
12
CLT
12
DOV
11
MCH
19
CHI
12
DAY
13
KEN
14
NHA
13
IND
20
IOW
19
GLN
30
MOH
22
BRI
25
ROA
19
DAR
23
RCH
13
CHI
11
KEN
25
DOV
14
CLT
11
KAN
17
TEX
15
PHO
23
HOM
17
16th 902
2016 DAY
16
ATL
15
LVS
13
PHO
14
CAL
14
TEX
14
BRI
21
RCH
11
TAL
31
DOV
18
CLT
19
POC
33
MCH
14
IOW
11
DAY
6
KEN
29
NHA
14
IND
13
IOW
10
GLN
9
MOH
11
BRI
35
ROA
5
DAR
13
RCH
11
CHI
32
KEN
7
DOV
10
CLT
15
KAN
16
TEX
12
PHO
6
HOM
16
15th 2205
2017 DAY
1
ATL
18
LVS
9
PHO
11
CAL
15
TEX
11
BRI
38
RCH
23
TAL
29
CLT
11
DOV
5
POC
14
MCH
8
IOW
19
DAY
31
KEN
36
NHA
14
IND
6
IOW
21
GLN
15
MOH
33
BRI
37
ROA
35
DAR
15
RCH
12
CHI
17
KEN
10
DOV
16
CLT
12
KAN
10
TEX
23
PHO
14
HOM
20
12th 2161
2018 DAY
3
ATL
10
LVS
19
PHO
18
CAL
17
TEX
14
BRI
18
RCH
9
TAL
22
DOV
19
CLT
29
POC
13
MCH
4
IOW
17
CHI
32
DAY
26
KEN
8
NHA
12
IOW
7
GLN
8
MOH
10
BRI
17
ROA
39
DAR
13
IND
11
LVS
35
RCH
10
CLT
11
DOV
16
KAN
7
TEX
29
PHO
12
HOM
12
15th 757

Car No. 17 historyEdit

 
Matt Kenseth in 2007.

The 17 car debuted in 1994 at Darlington with driver/owner Robbie Reiser driving the unsponsored car to 35th after a crash. Reiser ran part-time for a few years. He hired Tim Bender to drive the car in 1997. After Bender was injured, Reiser decided to hire fellow Wisconsinite Matt Kenseth to replace him. Kenseth had seven Top 10 finishes and ended the year 22nd in points. His substitution duty was impressive enough to get him a ride in Reiser's car for the next season. Kenseth won his first race at North Carolina in 1998. Driving with new sponsorship from Lycos, he won three races and finished second in points to Dale Earnhardt Jr.. DeWalt Tools became the sponsor in 1999, with Kenseth getting an additional four wins and a third-place finish in points.

The team actually was not part of Roush Racing until 2002; Reiser, the team owner, ran Chevrolets through the 2001 season and since then, the No. 17 car has run part-time with a variety of different sponsors, with Kenseth at least co-driving each time. In 2006, the car ran on a limited basis with sponsorships from Ameriquest and Pennzoil. That year, Kenseth won three races. In 2007, the No. 17 car carried sponsorships from Arby's, Dish Network, and Weyerhauser and Kenseth continued driving it, along with Danny O'Quinn, and Michel Jourdain Jr.. The car took two wins at California and Texas. Still in the car, Kenseth finishing 10th in points despite competing only 23 races. For 2008, the car's sponsorship was expected to be the same, with Citigroup coming on board for a few races. In 2009, Kenseth raced it in the Camping World 300 at Daytona with a sponsorship form Ritz. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was tapped to drive the car in the Dollar General 300 at Charlotte in October with Save-A-Lot as the main sponsor. The team did not run again until Kansas in October 2010, when Trevor Bayne drove it in six of the remaining 7 races of the 2010 season after he left Michael Waltrip Racing.[20][24] The team shut down again for 2011.

Car No. 17 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
1997 Tim Bender 17 Chevy DAY
27
CAR
26
RCH
29
ATL
40
LVS
34
DAR
25
HCY
30
TEX
17
22nd 2426
Robbie Reiser BRI
41
Matt Kenseth NSV
11
TAL
7
NHA
40
NZH
34
CLT
22
DOV
11
SBO
6
GLN
36
MLW
12
MYB
17
GTY
27
IRP
6
MCH
8
BRI
20
DAR
12
RCH
22
DOV
3
CLT
12
CAL
3
CAR
32
HOM
6
1998 DAY
6
CAR
1
LVS
24
NSV
33
DAR
4
BRI
3
TEX
8
HCY
5
TAL
8
NHA
16
NZH
4
CLT
5
DOV
40
RCH
3
PPR
1
GLN
17
MLW
5
MYB
8
CAL
3
SBO
12
IRP
6
MCH
3
BRI
34
DAR
6
RCH
4
DOV
1*
CLT
2
GTY
2
CAR
27
ATL
4
HOM
4
2nd 4421
1999 DAY
4
CAR
3*
LVS
30
ATL
25
DAR
1*
TEX
18*
NSV
15
BRI
35
TAL
4
CAL
1
NHA
8
RCH
3
NZH
1
CLT
3
DOV
32
SBO
6
GLN
16
MLW
5
MYB
3
PPR
7
GTY
6
IRP
4
MCH
22
BRI
1*
DAR
3
RCH
20
DOV
38*
CLT
7*
CAR
4
MEM
21
PHO
8
HOM
38
3rd 4327
2000 DAY
1
CAR
9
LVS
5
ATL
2
DAR
2
BRI
27
TEX
2
TAL
21
CAL
1
RCH
2
CLT
30
DOV
3
MCH
8
BRI
DNQ
DAR
8
RCH
8
DOV
1*
CLT
1
CAR
7
PHO
6
HOM
8
17th 3022
Jason Schuler NSV
32
NHA
14
SBO
38
MYB
32
GLN
22
MLW
21
NZH
16
PPR
30
GTY
14
IRP
33
MEM
17
2001 Matt Kenseth DAY
3
LVS
34
ATL
30
DAR
2*
BRI
1
TEX
5
TAL
21
CAL
20
RCH
4
CLT
2
DOV
2
MLW
2
CHI
30
MCH
12
BRI
30
DAR
7
RCH
2
DOV
10
KAN
4
CLT
16*
PHO
22
CAR
2
HOM
5
18th 3167
Clay Rogers CAR
18
NSH
37
NHA
37
NZH
23
KEN
39
GTY
34
PPR
35
IRP
30
MEM
12
Boris Said GLN
4
2002 Matt Kenseth Ford DAY
3
CAR LVS
39
DAR BRI
43
TEX
9
NSH TAL CAL RCH NHA NZH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI GTY PPR IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM ATL CAR PHO HOM 54th 390
2003 DAY
2
CAR LVS
42
DAR BRI TEX
7
TAL NSH CAL
1
RCH GTY NZH CLT
1
DOV
4*
NSH CHI
2
NHA
3
PPR IRP MCH
18
BRI
25
DAR RCH
6*
DOV KAN CLT
QL
MEM ATL
2*
PHO
19
CAR HOM
38
31st 2102
Wally Dallenbach Jr. KEN
12
MLW DAY
Jeff Burton CLT
38
2004 Matt Kenseth DAY
5
CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX
1
NSH TAL CAL
4*
GTY RCH NZH CLT DOV
35
NSH CHI
16
NHA
1
PPR IRP MCH
42
BRI
2
CAL
12
RCH DOV KAN CLT
2
MEM ATL
1*
PHO
8
DAR HOM
6
32nd 1950
Johnny Benson Jr. KEN
29
MLW DAY
2005 Matt Kenseth DAY
DNQ
CAL
9
MXC LVS ATL
4
NSH BRI
4
TEX
7
PHO TAL DAR
1*
RCH
8
CLT DOV
DNQ
NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI
8
NHA
9
PPR GTY IRP GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH
3
DOV
38
KAN
7
CLT MEM TEX PHO
3
HOM
36
39th 1818
2006 DAY CAL
6
MXC LVS
2
ATL
4
BRI
3
TEX
5
NSH PHO
7
TAL RCH
3
DAR
2*
CLT
38*
DOV
26
NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI
5
NHA MAR GTY IRP GLN MCH
4
BRI
1
CAL
7
RCH
3
DOV
2
KAN
2*
CLT
4
MEM TEX
26
PHO
1*
HOM
1*
27th 3221
2007 DAY
12
CAL
1*
LVS
40
ATL
9
BRI
2
NSH TEX
1
PHO
2
RCH
2
DAR
37
CLT
7
DOV
5
NSH NHA
3
DAY CHI
2
GTY IRP CGV GLN
6
MCH
2
BRI
34
CAL
28
RCH
4
DOV
3
KAN
2*
CLT
31
MEM TEX
5
PHO
2
HOM
3
10th 3833
Michel Jourdain Jr. MXC
25
CGV
16
Danny O'Quinn Jr. TAL
11
KEN
38
MLW
2008 Matt Kenseth DAY
5
ATL
1
BRI NSH TEX PHO RCH
12
DAR
28
CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI
17
GLN
3
MCH BRI KAN
5
34th 2070
Jamie McMurray CAL
6
LVS GTY
27
IRP CGV CAL
5
RCH DOV
8
CLT
9
MEM TEX
35
PHO
7
HOM
19
Erik Darnell MXC
26
TAL
2009 Matt Kenseth DAY
10
CAL LVS BRI TEX NSH PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP IOW GLN MCH BRI CGV ATL RCH DOV KAN CAL 61st 182
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. CLT
33
MEM TEX PHO HOM
2010 Trevor Bayne DAY CAL LVS BRI NSH PHO TEX TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT NSH KEN ROA NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP IOW GLN MCH BRI CGV ATL RCH DOV KAN
30
CAL
11
CLT
17
GTY TEX
12
PHO
14
HOM
5
48th 650

Car No. 26 historyEdit

The No. 26 Ford debuted as the No. 50 at Daytona in 2006. Danny O'Quinn was the driver, with primary sponsorship from World Financial Group and Stonebridge Life Insurance Company, members of the Aegon group, after beginning the season with sponsorship from Roush Racing only. Drew Blickensderfer was the crew chief. O'Quinn had five top-ten finishes and was named Rookie of the Year despite being replaced by David Ragan for two races. The team switched to the No. 26 for 2007, with Greg Biffle driving at Daytona with Oreo sponsorship. Jamie McMurray then drove the car for the majority of the season sponsored by Dish Network, finishing in the top-ten three times. Todd Kluever drove twice with a best finish of nineteenth. This team did not return in 2008.

Car No. 26 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
2006 Danny O'Quinn Jr. 50 Ford DAY
18
CAL
31
MXC
26
LVS
25
ATL
25
BRI
11
TEX
32
NSH
14
PHO
14
TAL
38
RCH
20
DAR
38
CLT
22
DOV
24
NSH
10
KEN
23
MLW
7
DAY
41
CHI
31
NHA
29
MAR
22
GTY
24
IRP
6
GLN
25
MCH
20
BRI
26
RCH
14
KAN
18
CLT
5
MEM
9
TEX
30
PHO
32
HOM
35
25th 3312
David Ragan CAL
41
DOV
18
2007 Greg Biffle 26 DAY
10
CAL MXC LVS 36th 1851
Jamie McMurray ATL
14
BRI NSH TEX PHO
17
TAL RCH DAR MCH
11
BRI
9
CAL
8
RCH
12
DOV
40
KAN
5
CLT
38
MEM
7
TEX PHO
9
HOM
19
Todd Kluever CLT
15
DOV NSH KEN MLW GTY
26
IRP CGV GLN MCH
Danny O'Quinn Jr. NHA
22
DAY

Car No. 60 historyEdit

 
A diecast model of Mark Martin's No. 60 Busch car from the 1990s.

Mark Martin (1992-2000)Edit

The centerpiece and original car of Roush Racing's Busch operation debuted at the opening race of the 1992 Busch Series season at Daytona. Mark Martin was driving with Winn-Dixie as sponsor, finishing sixth in that race. For the next several years, this was Martin's personal Busch car and he won enough races to surpass Jack Ingram as the all-time leader of wins in the Busch Series (since surpassed by Kyle Busch). During this time, he and several other Winston Cup drivers came under steep controversy for running the Busch Series as well as Cup. These drivers earned the nickname "Buschwackers."

Greg Biffle (2001-2002, 2004)Edit

After the 2000 season, Martin abbreviated his Busch Series schedule, and Winn-Dixie left NASCAR as a sponsor. His replacement was one of Roush's Truck Series drivers Greg Biffle, who brought sponsor W.W. Grainger with him. Biffle had a phenomenal rookie season, winning five times and even leading the championship standings at one point in the season before falling to Kevin Harvick. Biffle returned in 2002, winning four more times and the championship by a wide margin before moving on to Winston Cup, bringing Grainger with him.

For 2003 Roush hired Hollywood stuntman Stanton Barrett, who to that point was a journeyman driver, to drive the No. 60 with OdoBan sponsoring. Despite winning two consecutive poles, the car lost its sponsor and folded before the end of the season. Charter Communications began sponsoring the car in 2004 and Biffle returned to drive the car full-time, winning five times and placing third in the series points standings.

 
Carl Edwards in 2008.

Carl Edwards (2005-2011)Edit

In 2005, Busch Series rookie and Cup Series regular Carl Edwards moved into the 60 car, winning five races en route to finishing third in points, and earning Rookie of the Year honors. Edwards returned to drive the Ameriquest-sponsored Ford for a full-time schedule in 2006, winning four more times and was runner-up for the championship. Edwards continued to pilot the car in 2007, with rotating sponsorship from Scotts, World Financial Group, and others. Edwards and the No. 60 team went on to win the 2007 Busch Grand National Series Championship by a very wide margin over David Reutimann. In 2008 he won five races and finished second in points behind Clint Bowyer in the inaugural Nationwide Series season. Edwards finished second in points again in 2009, finishing behind Kyle Busch. In 2010, Edwards ran for the Nationwide Series Championship again with co-sponsorship from Fastenal and Copart. Despite winning at Road America Gateway, and Texas, Edwards finished runner-up to Brad Keselowski. Edwards drove the No. 60 again in 2011 with only half of the season sponsored by Fastenal.[25] Despite being unable to compete for the drivers championship, as well as missing Road America, Edwards scored a career-high eight wins in 2011 and won the Owners Championship for Jack Roush. With the departure of crew chief Mike Beam to Kyle Busch Motorsports, Edwards announced that he would not contest the Nationwide Series owners championship the next season.

Trevor Bayne (2012)Edit

In 2012, Trevor Bayne's No. 16 crew moved over to the No. 60 and ran the first five races with the intent of running the full season. They ended up being sidelined by a lack of sponsorship. Later in 2012, the 60 returned with Edwards at Watkins Glen with Subway sponsoring. Edwards would subsequently win the race. At Montreal, the car was fielded for Roush road course driver Billy Johnson, who finished 8th. The team returned with Bayne at Bristol with backing from the Pat Summit Foundation. At the fall Richmond race, Travis Pastrana drove the car with Ford EcoBoost sponsorship, qualifying fifth and finishing 17th.[26]

Travis Pastrana (2013)Edit

Pastrana would drive the No. 60 for the full season in 2013. his first full season of NASCAR competition. While he often showed speed, including a pole at Talladega, Pastrana struggled in his transition from Rally cars to heavier stock cars which led to several crashes.[27] On November 11, 2013, Pastrana announced that he would be leaving full-time NASCAR competition in 2014 due to the performance struggles and lack of sponsorship. He finished the season 14th in points with four top tens.[28]

Chris Buescher's Roush Performance Mustang (top) in 2014, and Fastenal Mustang (bottom) in 2015.

Chris Buescher (2014-2015)Edit

2012 ARCA champion Chris Buescher began driving the No. 60 in 2014 and competed for the Rookie of the Year award against a strong rookie class. After failing to qualify at Daytona, Buscher had a solid rookie season in spite of Roush Fenway's struggles as an organization.[29] Buescher finishied 9th at Las Vegas, 7th at Richmond, 2nd at Talladega, 9th at Charlotte, 11th at Dover, 10th at Michigan, and 12th at the July Daytona race. Buescher finished fifth at New Hampshire to earn a spot in the second Nationwide Dash 4 Cash race at Chicagoland;[30] he would finish 8th at Chicago and 11th at Indianapolis. Fastenal returned to sponsor the 60 at Iowa,[31] where Buescher finished 14th. Cup sponsors Kellogg's and Cheez-It sponsored the car at Watkins Glen.[32] Buescher scored his first career victory at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in the Nationwide Children's Hospital 200, the third rookie to win season and the only win for Roush in the Nationwide Series in 2014.[29] Buescher would finish 7th in points with 14 top tens, and the No. 60 would finish 11th in owners points.[12]

Buescher returned to the No. 60 in 2015.[7] Cup sponsors Fastenal, Cheez-It, Safety-Kleen, and AdvoCare came on to sponsor several races, along with Bit-O-Honey and Salted Nut Roll manufactured by the Pearson's Candy Company.[33][34] Buescher finished second in the Daytona season-opener behind teammate Ryan Reed.[35][23] He scored his first victory of the season at Iowa in May, on a green-white-checkered finish.[36] He scored his second win later in the month at Dover, after pit-stop strategy and contact with pole sitter and teammate Darrell Wallace Jr. racing for the lead.[37][38] After 24 consecutive weeks as the points leader, Buescher won his first Xfinity Series title and the eighth for Roush, with 11 top fives, 20 top tens, and an average finish of 8.4.[8][39][40]

Part Time (2016-2017)Edit

The No. 60 returned on a part-time basis for 2016. Trevor Bayne drove one race at Waltkins Glen with sponsorship AdvoCare. Gray Gaulding drove two races beginning at Bristol in August.[41] Ricky Stenhouse Jr. drove the car at Phoenix in November, with sponsorship from SunnyD.[42]

Multiple Drivers (2018)Edit

For the 2018 season, the No. 60 car was shared between development drivers Austin Cindric, Chase Briscoe, and Ty Majeski, with Mike Kelley as crew chief.[43] It was the team's worst full-time season, as the car was involved in 28 spins or crashes out of the 33 races.[44] The team finished the season 22nd in points and a combined five top-10 finishes and 11 DNFs. Following the season, it was announced that the No. 60 team will not return in 2019. Cindric has since moved to the Team Penske No. 22 team while Briscoe will go to Stewart-Haas Racing to pilot the 98 car and Majeski returned to late model racing.[44]

Car No. 60 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
1992 Mark Martin 60 Ford DAY
7
CAR
2
RCH ATL
8
MAR DAR
32
BRI HCY LAN DUB NZH
3*
CLT
33*
DOV ROU MYB GLN
30
VOL NHA TAL
27
IRP ROU MCH NHA BRI DAR
6
RCH
3
DOV CLT
31
MAR
7
CAR
1*
HCY
5
21st 1775
1993 DAY
DNQ
CAR
1*
RCH
1*
DAR
30
BRI
27
HCY
26
ROU MAR NZH CLT
35
DOV MYB GLN MLW TAL
33
IRP MCH
1*
NHA BRI DAR
1*
RCH
1*
DOV ROU CLT
1*
MAR CAR
1*
HCY ATL
26
24th 1744
1994 DAY
23
CAR
8*
RCH
8
ATL
29
MAR DAR
1*
HCY BRI
11*
ROU NHA NZH CLT
2*
DOV
3
MYB GLN MLW SBO TAL
43
HCY IRP MCH
3*
BRI DAR
1*
RCH
2
DOV CLT
2*
MAR CAR
1*
20th 2132
1995 DAY
8*
CAR
2
RCH
33
ATL
39
NSV DAR
3
BRI
2*
HCY NHA NZH CLT
4
DOV
41
MYB GLN MLW TAL
30
SBO IRP MCH
1
BRI DAR
1*
RCH
2*
DOV CLT
1*
CAR
8
HOM
5
22nd 2037
1996 DAY
3
CAR
1*
RCH
35*
ATL
7*
NSV DAR
1
BRI
1*
HCY NZH CLT
1
DOV SBO MYB GLN MLW NHA TAL
27
IRP MCH
4*
BRI DAR
2
RCH
4
DOV CLT
1*
CAR
1*
HOM
3
21st 2186
1997 DAY
35
CAR
1*
RCH
1
ATL
1*
LVS DAR
4
HCY TEX
1
BRI
38
NSV TAL
1*
NHA NZH CLT
3
DOV SBO GLN MLW MYB GTY IRP MCH
11*
BRI DAR
6
RCH
8
DOV CLT
2
CAL CAR
1
HOM
3
24th 2104
1998 DAY
3
CAR
3
LVS
6
NSV DAR
24
BRI TEX
21
HCY TAL
29
NHA NZH CLT
1*
DOV RCH
5
PPR GLN MLW MYB CAL SBO IRP MCH
6
BRI DAR
8
RCH
35
DOV CLT
43
GTY CAR
3
ATL
1
HOM
3
27th 1976
1999 DAY
39
CAR
2
LVS
1*
ATL
6
DAR
39
TEX
1
NSV BRI TAL
DNQ
CAL NHA RCH
1
NZH CLT
1*
DOV SBO GLN MLW MYB PPR GTY IRP MCH
5
BRI DAR
1*
RCH
2*
DOV CLT
36
CAR
1*
MEM PHO HOM
14
26th 2048
2000 DAY CAR
1*
LVS
2
ATL
1*
DAR
1
BRI TEX
1
NSV TAL CAL RCH
4*
NHA CLT
2
DOV
2
SBO MYB GLN MLW NZH PPR GTY IRP MCH
DNQ
BRI DAR
1
RCH
3
DOV CLT
2
CAR
6
MEM PHO HOM
2*
27th 2280
2001 Greg Biffle DAY
22
CAR
3
LVS
2
ATL
2
DAR
11
BRI
30
TEX
7
NSH
1*
TAL
9
CAL
6
RCH
37
NHA
11
NZH
1*
CLT
6
DOV
9
KEN
2
MLW
1
GLN
2
CHI
39
GTY
4
PPR
5
IRP
2
MCH
43
BRI
18
DAR
15
RCH
35
DOV
5
KAN
3
CLT
1
MEM
20
PHO
1*
CAR
12
HOM
3
4th 4509
2002 DAY
22
CAR
2
LVS
9
DAR
2
BRI
5
TEX
17
NSH
33
TAL
26
CAL
10
RCH
3
NHA
31
NZH
27
CLT
2
DOV
1
NSH
3
KEN
2
MLW
1
DAY
2
CHI
8
GTY
1
PPR
2
IRP
1
MCH
42
BRI
3
DAR
4
RCH
6
DOV
17
KAN
4
CLT
6
MEM
34
ATL
5
CAR
2
PHO
3
HOM
4
1st 4924
2003 Stanton Barrett DAY
41
CAR
19
LVS
8
DAR
15
BRI
16
TEX
19
TAL
40
NSH
6
CAL
34
RCH
41
GTY
9
NZH
20
CLT
22
DOV
12
NSH
7
KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM ATL PHO CAR HOM 35th 1546
2004 Greg Biffle DAY
11
CAR
38
LVS
10
DAR
1
BRI
4
TEX
34
NSH
40
TAL
21
CAL
1
GTY
7
RCH
2
NZH
32
CLT
6
DOV
1
NSH
13
KEN
2
MLW
7
DAY
2
CHI
32
NHA
30
PPR
1
IRP
5
MCH
8
BRI
33
CAL
1
RCH
11
DOV
14
KAN
2
CLT
4
MEM
2
ATL
5
PHO
5
DAR
37
HOM
10
3rd 4568
2005 Carl Edwards DAY
10
CAL
6
MXC
3
LVS
7*
ATL
1
NSH
4
BRI
7
TEX
4
PHO
8
TAL
33
DAR
11
RCH
1
CLT
35
DOV
31
NSH
QL
KEN
1*
MLW
14
DAY
36
CHI
4
NHA
2
PPR
34
GTY
3
IRP
20
GLN
11
MCH
3
BRI
29
CAL
1
RCH
28
DOV
9
KAN
27
CLT
4
MEM
5
TEX
3
PHO
1*
HOM
19
3rd 4704
Hank Parker Jr. NSH
20
2006 Carl Edwards DAY
39
CAL
3
MXC
8
LVS
5
ATL
24
BRI
5
TEX
43
NSH
5
PHO
3
TAL
10
RCH
6
DAR
8
CLT
1
DOV
2*
NSH
1*
KEN
36
MLW
21
DAY
5
CHI
2
NHA
1
MAR
6
GTY
1
IRP
10
GLN
27
MCH
23
BRI
8
CAL
12
RCH
9
DOV
26
KAN
6
CLT
27*
MEM
3
TEX
7
PHO
5
HOM
2
2nd 4824
2007 DAY
3
CAL
4
MXC
4
LVS
6
ATL
4
BRI
1*
NSH
1*
TEX
3
PHO
5
TAL
10
RCH
13
DAR
3
CLT
17
DOV
1*
NSH
1
KEN
33*
MLW
8*
NHA
2
DAY
11
CHI
20
GTY
6
IRP
4
CGV
30
GLN
32
MCH
28
BRI
11
CAL
26
RCH
2
DOV
6
KAN
38
CLT
33
MEM
25
TEX
11
PHO
7
HOM
4
3rd 4805
2008 DAY
10
CAL
5
LVS
14
ATL
4
BRI
14
NSH
3
TEX
13
PHO
2
MXC
4
TAL
31
RCH
7*
DAR
43
CLT
13
DOV
2
NSH
13
KEN
20
MLW
1
NHA
5
DAY
11
CHI
16
GTY
1*
IRP
11
CGV
6
GLN
25
MCH
1*
BRI
37
CAL
2
RCH
1
DOV
5
KAN
4
CLT
5
MEM
1*
TEX
2
PHO
1*
HOM
1
3rd 5111
2009 DAY
2
CAL
4
LVS
2
BRI
2
TEX
18
NSH
5
PHO
33
TAL
13
RCH
2
DAR
3
CLT
10
DOV
5
NSH
3
KEN
20
MLW
1
NHA
6
DAY
3
CHI
6
GTY
3
IRP
1*
IOW
4
GLN
3
MCH
40
BRI
2
CGV
1
ATL
7
RCH
1
DOV
5
KAN
7
CAL
3
CLT
5
MEM
6
TEX
9
PHO
1*
HOM
2
2nd 5472
2010 DAY
2
CAL
4
LVS
3
BRI
4
NSH
6
PHO
6
TEX
30
TAL
35
RCH
5
DAR
6
DOV
11
CLT
9
NSH
2
KEN
2
ROA
1*
NHA
3
DAY
11
CHI
6
GTY
1
IRP
2
IOW
10
GLN
33
MCH
2
BRI
5
CGV
20*
ATL
3
RCH
10
DOV
3
KAN
14
CAL
4
CLT
13
GTY
5
TEX
1
PHO
1*
HOM
6
5th 5194
2011 DAY
29
PHO
2
LVS
6*
BRI
7
CAL
2
TEX
1*
TAL
17
NSH
1*
RCH
25
DAR
20
DOV
1*
IOW
2
CLT
2*
CHI
2*
MCH
1*
DAY
14
KEN
8
NHA
34
NSH
1*
IRP
5
IOW
2
GLN
5
CGV
7
BRI
4
ATL
1*
RCH
2*
CHI
2
DOV
1*
KAN
2
CLT
1
TEX
3*
PHO
3
HOM
3*
1st 1310
Billy Johnson ROA
33
CGV
QL
2012 Trevor Bayne DAY
11
PHO
7
LVS
4
BRI
8
CAL
14
TEX RCH TAL DAR IOW CLT DOV MCH ROA KEN DAY NHA CHI IND IOW BRI
16
ATL 34th 318
Carl Edwards GLN
1
Billy Johnson CGV
8
Travis Pastrana RCH
17
CHI KEN DOV CLT KAN TEX PHO HOM
2013 DAY
10
PHO
28
LVS
10
BRI
16
CAL
13
TEX
33
RCH
9
TAL
36
DAR
28
CLT
33
DOV
15
IOW
32
MCH
15
ROA
16
KEN
15
DAY
34
NHA
16
CHI
18
IND
10
IOW
27
GLN
15
MOH
31
BRI
13
ATL
17
RCH
20
CHI
27
KEN
34
DOV
22
KAN
14
CLT
24
TEX
31
PHO
21
HOM
18
19th 751
2014 Chris Buescher DAY
DNQ
PHO
15
LVS
9
BRI
16
CAL
14
TEX
27
DAR
34
RCH
7
TAL
2
IOW
13
CLT
9
DOV
11
MCH
10
ROA
18
KEN
18
DAY
12
NHA
5
CHI
8
IND
11
IOW
14
GLN
29
MOH
1
BRI
10
ATL
13
RCH
10
CHI
12
KEN
7
DOV
4
KAN
28
CLT
6
TEX
13
PHO
12
HOM
5
11th 1014
2015 DAY
2
ATL
4
LVS
14
PHO
14
CAL
5
TEX
9
BRI
3
RCH
20
TAL
6
IOW
1
CLT
11
DOV
1
MCH
4
CHI
5
DAY
12
KEN
11
NHA
14
IND
16
IOW
13
GLN
3
MOH
4
BRI
11*
ROA
9
DAR
5
RCH
10
CHI
7
KEN
7
DOV
8
CLT
7
KAN
6
TEX
11
PHO
13
HOM
11
3rd 1190
2016 Trevor Bayne DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV CLT POC MCH IOW DAY KEN NHA IND IOW GLN
5
MOH 42nd 130
Gray Gaulding BRI
13
ROA DAR RCH
13
CHI KEN DOV CLT KAN TEX
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. PHO
3
HOM
2017 Ty Majeski DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI TAL RCH CLT DOV POC MCH IOW
34
DAY KEN NHA IND IOW
16
GLN MOH BRI ROA DAR RCH CHI KEN DOV CLT KAN TEX PHO HOM
10
45th 61
2018 Austin Cindric DAY
40
LVS
34
PHO
16
CAL
28
MCH
23
DAY
33
NHA
17
GLN
13
DAR
40
22nd 494
Chase Briscoe ATL
15
TEX
11
RCH
26
POC
38
CHI
9
IOW
10
MOH
14
BRI
34
IND
9
LVS
31
DOV
19
HOM
13
Ty Majeski BRI
34
TAL
37
DOV
34
CLT
22
IOW
7
KEN
27
ROA
28
RCH
34
CLT
34
KAN
8
TEX
13
PHO
18

Car No. 98 historyEdit

As part of the breakup of Yates Racing following the 2009 season, Jack Roush purchased the No. 98 Nationwide Series team. Paul Menard briefly drove for the team with sponsorship from Menards. Menard and his sponsor moved to Richard Childress Racing for 2011 and the team ceased operation.

Car No. 98 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
2010 Paul Menard 98 Ford DAY
6
CAL
19
LVS
8
BRI
11
NSH
11
PHO
7
TEX
10
TAL
8
RCH
19
DAR
10
DOV
28
CLT
18
NSH
3
KEN
32
ROA
16
NHA
9
DAY
28
CHI
11
GTY
4
IRP
9
IOW
16
GLN
17
MCH
5
BRI
13
CGV
5
ATL
9
RCH
8
DOV
7
KAN
8
CAL
12
CLT
35
GTY
9
TEX
9
PHO
13
HOM
9
5th 4467

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ashenfelter, Mark (December 1, 2004). "Roush pleased, but not like you'd think". ESPN.com. Archived from the original on 2015-11-27. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  2. ^ "Jack Roush Jr. To Race With Car Number 60 For The 2014 Season Of The Pirelli World Challenge Series". Livonia, Michigan: Roush Road Racing. January 15, 2014. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  3. ^ a b "3M to Sponsor Todd Kluever in the Busch Series in 2006; Company Will Also Sponsor Kluever and Mark Martin in Nextel Cup". Saint Paul, Minnesota: 3M, Business Wire. December 21, 2005. Retrieved 28 November 2015.
  4. ^ NASCAR (February 13, 2007). "BUSCH: Daytona: News of note, schedule". Motorsport.com. Archived from the original on 20 December 2016. Retrieved 12 December 2016.
  5. ^ Ford Racing (February 22, 2007). "BUSCH: Daytona: Ford teams race quotes". Motorsport.com. Archived from the original on 20 December 2016. Retrieved 12 December 2016.
  6. ^ Roush Fenway Racing (April 12, 2007). "BUSCH: Texas: Mark Martin preview". Motorsport.com. Concord, North Carolina. Retrieved 12 December 2016.
  7. ^ a b c Estrada, Chris (October 31, 2014). "NASCAR: Elliott Sadler jumping to Roush for 2015 XFINITY Series season". MotorSportsTalk. NBC Sports. Retrieved 3 January 2015.
  8. ^ a b c "Points Report Homestead-Miami Speedway 21st Annual Ford EcoBoost 300" (PDF). jayski.com. NASCAR. November 21, 2015. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  9. ^ DeGroot, Nick (October 2, 2015). "JR Motorsports confirms Elliott Sadler for 2016: As Motorsport.com reported in August, Elliott Sadler is taking OneMain Financial to JR Motorsports in 2016". motorsport.com. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  10. ^ Spencer, Lee (November 23, 2015). "Roush Fenway Racing restructures: Blizzard of NASCAR post-season changes continues with Ford Racing stalwarts". motorsport.com. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  11. ^ Crandall, Kelly (September 27, 2008). "Jack Roush's Eye and Drive for Talent". Bleacher Report. Retrieved 28 November 2015.
  12. ^ a b c Staff Report (November 15, 2014). "NASCAR XFINITY SERIES OWNER STANDINGS". nascar.com. NASCAR. Retrieved 3 January 2015.
  13. ^ http://www.motorsport.com/nascar-ns/news/breaking-darrell-wallace-jr-headed-to-fourth-roush-xfinity-car-for-2015/
  14. ^ McFadin, Daniel (March 31, 2015). "Despite search for sponsorship, Darrell Wallace Jr. says he's not in danger of missing races". Nascar Talk. Dallas: NBC Sports. Retrieved 5 April 2015.
  15. ^ "Conor Daly to make NASCAR debut at Road America". NASCAR. May 11, 2018. Retrieved May 11, 2018.
  16. ^ Ford Racing (October 13, 2009). "Ford, RFR unveil 2010 Mustang, name driver". Motorsport.com. Retrieved 20 August 2016.
  17. ^ "Braun taking time off of Nationwide". Fox Sports. April 22, 2010. Retrieved 20 August 2016.
  18. ^ Montgomery, Lee (September 8, 2010). "Erik Darnell returns to NASCAR Nationwide Series in Roush Fenway Racing No. 16 car". The Republican (Springfield, Massachusetts), Sporting News, NASCAR Wire Service. Retrieved 20 August 2016.
  19. ^ Peterson, Rick (June 6, 2014). "Former NASCAR racer Braun happy where he's at: Colin Braun competing in road racing event at Kansas Speedway". The Topeka Capital-Journal. Kansas City, Kansas. Retrieved 20 August 2016.
  20. ^ a b Montgomery, Lee (October 7, 2010). "Trevor Bayne ready for his second NASCAR Nationwide Series start with Roush Fenway Racing". The Republican (Springfield, Massachusetts), Sporting News, NASCAR Wire Service. Retrieved 20 August 2016.
  21. ^ Gribble, Andrew (February 19, 2011). "Big plans for 'the new NASCAR' center on Trevor Bayne: Knoxville native flourishes during Daytona media blitz". Knoxville News Sentinel. Daytona Beach, Florida. Retrieved 20 August 2016.
  22. ^ "Reed to race with Eli Lilly diabetes campaign". Yahoo! Finance. Associated Press. 2013-10-11. Retrieved 2013-10-11.
  23. ^ a b Schoettle, Anthony (March 7, 2015). "Sponsorship of diabetic NASCAR driver may help Lilly regain market share". ibj.com. Indianapolis Business Journal. Retrieved 10 March 2015.
  24. ^ Broomberg, Nick (October 1, 2010). "Trevor Bayne hooks up with Roush Fenway Racing". sports.yahoo.com. Yahoo!. Retrieved 3 January 2015.
  25. ^ "Carl Edwards to run full 2011 schedule". ESPN.com/Associated Press. August 20, 2010.
  26. ^ Ford Racing (September 8, 2012). "Stenhouse leads Ford drivers with a second at Richmond". motorsport.com. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. Retrieved 8 December 2015.
  27. ^ Caraviello, David (November 12, 2013). "PASTRANA HAD SPEED BUT COULDN'T HARNESS IT". NASCAR. Retrieved 8 December 2015.
  28. ^ "Travis Pastrana leaving NASCAR after season finale". Yahoo! Sports. Associated Press. 2013-11-11. Retrieved 2013-11-11.
  29. ^ a b Spencer, Lee (September 28, 2014). "Chris Buescher continues to impress". motorsport.com. Dover, Delaware: motorsport.com. Retrieved 3 January 2015.
  30. ^ http://motorsportstalk.nbcsports.com/2014/07/18/nns-smith-sadler-scott-chris-buescher-in-dash4cash-this-weekend/
  31. ^ http://www.speedwaymedia.com/?p=84400
  32. ^ http://www.nascar.com/en_us/news-media/gallery/2014/8/6/paint-scheme-preview-watkins-glen-sprint-cup-nationwide-series.html#60chrisbueschercheezit922x300png
  33. ^ Spencer, Lee (September 3, 2015). "AdvoCare expands its support with Roush Fenway Racing: AdvoCare, which backs Trevor Bayne at the Cup level will now also sponsor Xfinity Series points leader Chris Buescher". motorsport.com. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  34. ^ Spencer, Lee (July 4, 2015). "Buescher content with staying the course: XFINITY Series points leader Chris Buescher has been a bright light in Ford Performance's season". motorsport.com. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  35. ^ Spencer, Lee (March 25, 2015). "Are better days ahead for Roush Fenway Racing? The introduction of a new car at Texas could be a step in the right direction". Los Angeles: motorsport.com. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  36. ^ Vincent, Amanda (May 17, 2015). "Buescher rides new tires to win at Iowa: A green-white-checkered gave Chris Buescher the advantage he needed to take home the win in Iowa". motorsport.com. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  37. ^ Spencer, Lee (May 30, 2015). "'Bubba' Wallace angry with teammate after they collide in fight for the win – video: Dust-up between Roush Fenway racers at Dover leaves teams in precarious spot". Dover, Delaware: motorsport.com. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  38. ^ Spencer, Lee (June 4, 2015). "Roush racers settle Dover differences in team meeting". motorsport.com. Retrieved 28 November 2015.
  39. ^ Utter, Jim (November 21, 2015). "Chris Buescher crowned champion as Larson takes the win: Kyle Larson ended a frustrating 18-month winless streak in NASCAR and Chris Buescher wrapped up his NASCAR Xfinity Series championship in Saturday's Ford EcoBoost 300 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway". motorsport.com. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  40. ^ Spencer, Lee (November 22, 2015). "What's next for NASCAR Xfinity champion Chris Buescher? After winning the Xfinity title in just his second season on the tour, Chris Buescher's future in NASCAR is still uncertain". motorsport.com. Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  41. ^ Spencer, Lee (April 7, 2016). "Roush signs Gray Gaulding for two Xfinity races: Gray Gaulding will have the opportunity to audition for Roush Fenway Racing in two XFINITY Series races later this year". motorsport.com. Retrieved 7 April 2016.
  42. ^ Team release (March 1, 2016). "ROUSH ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN STENHOUSE, SUNNYD". Concord, North Carolina: NASCAR. Retrieved 2 March 2016.
  43. ^ "Roush Fenway Racing releases No. 60 Ford Development Team Driver Schedule". Roush Fenway Racing. January 23, 2018. Retrieved November 23, 2018.
  44. ^ a b "Historical Motorsports Stories writes: "Roush-Fenway's 60 Car Ends Toughest Year Ever"". Racing-Reference. November 17, 2018. Retrieved November 23, 2018.