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Sentences forRoush Fenway Racing
- On September 22, 2018, it was announced that Newman would drive the No. 6 Ford Mustang GT full-time for Roush Fenway Racing starting in 2019.
- First, a number switch with Roush Racing gave Evernham the No. 9 to use for his team while the No. 6 went with Mark Martin's Busch team.
- On June 26, 2012, it was announced that Kenseth would leave Roush Fenway Racing after the 2012 season.
- During the game he sported a Boston Red Sox cap because of the affiliation his race team Roush Fenway Racing has to the owners of the Boston Red Sox.
- Newman will return to Roush Fenway Racing in 2021.
- On August 4, 2011, Edwards re-signed with Roush Fenway Racing to continue driving his No. 99 Ford Fusion.
- Roush Fenway Racing development driver Trevor Bayne made his Sprint Cup debut with the Wood Brothers that year in the AAA Texas 500 on November 7.
- In 2006, Edwards and Roush Fenway Racing struggled to keep up with the competition.
- This period also saw an increased relationship between Wood Brothers racing and Roush Fenway Racing, headed by engine master Jack Roush of Michigan.
- In 1996, Burton was signed to Roush Racing, where he began driving the No. 99 Exide Batteries-sponsored Ford Thunderbird.
- During a test in January 2009 at Texas World Speedway, Biffle managed to reach 218 mi/h in a test for Roush Fenway Racing as part of evading NASCAR's testing ban.
- The team changed manufacturers to Ford and received Roush-Yates engines and other equipment from Roush Fenway Racing.
- Prior to that, he drove the No. 99 Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing.
- However, it was enough to impress Jack Roush, and Edwards became a full-time Truck Series competitor for Roush Racing in 2003, driving the No. 99 Ford F-150, and won his first race at Kentucky.
- Biffle began the pre-season with an announcement that he would stay at Roush Fenway Racing to help the team with new sponsor Ortho.
- McMurray left the No. 42 team after the 2005 season to drive for Roush Racing.
- However, Steve Wallace confirmed on his Twitter account that the team would return for the Nationwide Series race at Richmond in May 2012 in a former Roush Fenway Racing Ford Mustang, powered by a Roush-Yates engine in the No. 4 sponsored by LoanMax Title Loans.
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