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Team: No. 99 Fastenal Ford Fusion
Crew Chief: Jimmy Fennig
Primary Chassis: RK- 821 last ran at Auto Club Speedway
Backup Chassis: RK – 831 backup car brought to Darlington
Edwards at Charlotte: Carl Edwards will make his eighth appearance in the Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend. In his previous starts he has one win, three top-five and four top-10 finishes.
A Little History: Roush Fenway Racing has won four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series All-Star races. Mark Martin won the event in 1998 and 2005, Matt Kenseth took the checkered flag in 2004 and Carl Edwards in 2011.
The Car: The No. 99 team will unload RK-821 which last ran at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA.
Primary Sponsor Note: Fastenal returns to the track in their primary paint scheme featuring suppliers GearWrench, Greenfield Industries, Port-a-cool and Blackstone on the hood, TV panel, deck-lid and B-post.
Edwards quotes on the Sprint All-Star Race: “Two million dollars is a lot of money, we would de...
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Carl Edwards has been all over the headlines leading up to Saturday nights NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Edwards has had his name in the headline for good reasons this year after a miserable 2012 season that saw him miss the Sprint Chase and fail to find victory lane.
Some attribute the failed 2012 season of Edwards to his narrow loss of the 2011 NASCAR...
Carl Edwards captured the pole for the Sprint All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Edwards, the 2011 winner in the exhibition event, completed three laps and a four-tire pit stop Friday night in 1 minute, 51.297 seconds.
Kurt Busch will start alongside Edwards on the front row Saturday night. Greg Biffle, Kyle Busch and Joe Logano round out the top five.
For the first time...
NASCAR driver Carl Edwards will honor former driver Dick Trickle in Saturday night’s All-Star race when the No. 99 Ford Fusion hits the track. Instead of Edwards’ name it will be that of [...]
Needless to say, Carl Edwards loved the new qualifying format for Saturday night’s Sprint All-Star Race.
Benefiting from a high-speed trip down pit road and a quick pit stop during the unique three-lap regimen in Friday’s time trials, Edwards won the pole for the 29th running of NASCAR’s non-points all-star event.
With the pit road speed limit waived for the qualifying session...
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Carl Edwards will start the Sprint All-Star race from the pole position. A total of 19 drivers qualified for the event with three additional drivers to be determined via the fan vote and the results of the Sprint Showdown which will be run earlier Saturday night.
The qualifying for the All-Star race featured “wide open pit speed” which saw drivers peel off...
CONCORD,NC – Friday night’s qualifying session for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race had an “old school” feel.
While the qualifying session has always given the pit crews a chance to shine, NASCR changed the rules for the 2013 edition by the complete elimination of pit road speed.
It marked the first time since 1988 that NASCAR had no set entrance speed onto pit road.
The NASCAR All-Star Race takes place Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Carl Edwards will lead a field of 22 cars to the green flag under the lights at the 1.5 mile track which boasts the most miles run on the NASCAR circuit.
NASCAR’s All-Star race is a mixture of winners from the 2012 and 2013 seasons and any drivers who have won the All-Star race or Sprint Series Championship...
Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards and Ricky Stenhouse Jr., drivers at Roush Fenway Racing will be showing off Fastenal Ford Fusion paint schemes at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Coca Cola 600 during Memorial Day weekend. Combined the drivers have [...]
Dick Trickle will be remembered as a character -- and as a winner.
Trickle, who died Thursday at the age of 71 of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, was not particularly successful in a Sprint Cup-level career that covered more than 300 races, but his wins elsewhere were -- literally -- incalculable.
Some observers say Trickle won more than 1,000 feature races over a career...
Carl Edwards won the pole for Saturday night’s Sprint All-Star Race from Charlotte with a time of 111.297 seconds. Kurt Busch, Greg Biffle, Kyle Busch, and Joey Logano round out the top five starting positions. The event will be live on SPEEDTV at 9 PM EST.
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