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Sentences forRoush Fenway Racing
- On October 31, 2014, it was announced that Sadler would depart for Roush Fenway Racing's Nationwide program, taking the OneMain sponsorship with him.
- On June 26, 2012, it was announced that Kenseth would leave Roush Fenway Racing after the 2012 season.
- 20 car was taken over by Matt Kenseth, who left Roush Fenway Racing, as Logano moved to the No.
- In 2005, Kurt Busch was fired by Roush Racing with two races left in the season.
- Jack Roush of Roush Racing was interested in hiring Kenseth and the rest of the Reiser team, so he had Kenseth attempt Talladega in the No.
- He had stepped away from full-time racing after the 2017 season after a career racing for Roush Fenway Racing and Joe Gibbs Racing.
- 19 car, following former Roush Racing teammate Matt Kenseth to JGR.
- 99 Ford for Roush Racing as a replacement for Nathan Haseleu, who was released midway in the 2001 season.
- That led to a tryout in a Roush Racing "Gong Show", which he won and earned a Craftsman Truck Series ride.
- Martin came aboard newly formed Roush Racing, with crew chief Steve Hmiel, for the first of 19 seasons in 1988 driving the No.
- On August 4, 2011, Edwards re-signed with Roush Fenway Racing to continue driving his No.
- In 1992, Roush Racing owner Jack Roush planned to sign Gordon, but Gordon's stepfather John Bickford had insisted that Roush hire Ray Evernham; due to Roush's policy of hiring his own crew chiefs, Bickford declined.
- A couple of weeks after it was announced Blaney would be in the car for rest of the year, Jeff Burton became available after parting ways with Roush Racing's No. 99 car, leaving Blaney out in the cold.
- In 2006, Edwards and Roush Fenway Racing struggled to keep up with the competition.
- 99 Roush Fenway team) and Old Spice.
- However, Martin drove two races for Roush Fenway Racing in the Busch Series, and also drove in three races for Hendrick Motorsports, sharing the No.
- 6 Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing.
- 6 Ford Mustang GT full-time for Roush Fenway Racing starting in 2019.
- 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.
- 6 Ford Mustang for Roush Fenway Racing.
- First, a number switch with Roush Racing gave Evernham the No.
- 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.
- 99 Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing.
- 9 Ford Mustang was prepared by Roush Fenway Racing.
- Concord is the home to Charlotte Motor Speedway, a NASCAR Research and Development Office (which also is the headquarters for research for touring and sportscar racing operations), and several professional race teams, including Hendrick Motorsports, Roush Fenway Racing, Richard Petty Motorsports, and Chip Ganassi Racing.
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