Roush Fenway Racing Is Ready For All-Star Weekend

Roush Fenway Racing returns home to Charlotte, N.C. as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) prepares for an All-Star weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway, an event that Roush Fenway has won four times.

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Sprint Cup Series

Sprint Showdown

Fri. 5/15/15 – 7:00 PM ET

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Trevor Bayne, No. 6 AdvoCare Ford Fusion

Greg Biffle, No. 16 Ortho Ford Fusion

Ricky Stenhouse Jr, No. 17 Fastenal Ford Fusion



Iowa Speedway

Sun. 5/17/15 – 3:00 PM ET

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Elliott Sadler, No. 1 OneMain Financial Ford

Bubba Wallace, No. 6 EcoBoost Ford

Ryan Reed, No. 16 Lilly/American Diabetes Ford

Chris Buescher, No. 60 Roush Performance Ford


All-Star Victories

Roush Fenway has earned four victories in NASCAR’s All-Star night with former drivers Mark Martin, Matt Kenseth and Carl Edwards. Martin, who is a two-time All-Star race winner, first went to Victory Lane in 1998 for Roush Fenway before taking the checkered flag again for the organization in 2005. Kenseth earned the victory in the 2004 running of the event and Edwards visited the winner’s circle in 2011.


Racing in to the Show

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. raced his way into the Sprint All-Star race in 2013 after starting from the fourth position and finishing the 40-lap race in the second position. Prior to Stenhouse, former Roush Fenway driver Jeff Burton earned the victory in the 2003 running of the Sprint Showdon to race his way into the Sprint All-Star race. Burton began the event from the 18th position and led 10 laps en route to the victory.


Friday Night Showdown

On Friday evening, Roush Fenway drivers Trevor Bayne, Greg Biffle and Stenhouse will race in two 20-lap segments in the hopes of racing their way into Saturday night’s Sprint All-Star race. The winner of each of the two segments earn their way into the main event on Saturday as well as the driver who receives the most votes from the race fans.


Get Out and Vote

Polls are still open to vote your favorite Roush Fenway driver into the Sprint All-Star race. Click here to cast your vote for Bayne, Biffle or Stenhouse.

Is This Heaven? No, It’s Iowa

Roush Fenway has earned four victories, nine top-five finishes, 12 top-10 finishes and an average start of 12.4 at Iowa Speedway in the XFINITY Series. Bayne earned Roush Fenway’s most recent victory at the short-track in May 2013 after starting from the 14th position and leading 19 laps en route to the win.


In The Points

Heading into this weekend at Iowa, all four of Roush Fenway’s XFINITY drivers rank inside the top eight in the championship standings. Chris Buescher is second, Bubba Wallace is tied for third, Elliott Sadler is seventh and Ryan Reed is eighth.


       Roush Fenway All-Star Wins

1998                 Martin         Cup

2004                 Kenseth       Cup

2005                 Martin         Cup

2011                 Edwards      Cup


            Roush Fenway Iowa Wins

2011-1              Stenhouse   NXS

2011-2              Stenhouse   NXS

2012-1              Stenhouse   NXS

2013-1              Bayne          NXS


Roush Fenway in All-Star race and at Iowa

CUP (All-Star)               Four victories (Martin – 1998, 2005, Kenseth – 2004, Edwards – 2011)

                         Race      Win     T5          T10       Pole    Laps          Led          AvSt        AvFn       Miles

NXS (Iowa)     24          4         9            12         2         5725          492           12.5         12.4         5009.4

TRUCK(Iowa)   1           0         1            1          0         200           0              4.0          3.0          175


                          25        4        10            13         2        5925           492             8.3          7.7         5184.4