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Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
Tables Turned: Stenhouse Chases Sadler This Time Around
No one can doubt the talent that Ricky Stenhouse Jr. has, but his championship chase this season in the NASCAR Nationwide Series is quite different compared to his last. In 2011, Stenhouse took the standings lead with 15 races left on the schedule and didn’t look back. This season hasn’t been quite as fortuitous. With five races remaining, Stenhouse is second in the standings, nine points behind Elliott Sadler. Already deemed the ‘Comeback Kid’ of the series, Stenhouse has the opportunity to be the sixth driver in series history to win back-to-back championships if he can make up the points deficit in the last five races.
Due to a repave at Kansas Speedway, the series races at Kansas and Charlotte have been transposed on this season’s schedule. But the same five tracks make up this season’s schedule as they did a year ago and while Sadler has the standings lead by nine points, some interesting statistics point to Stenhouse mak...
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Ricky Stenhouse Jr. piloted a 2013 Ford Fusion Sprint Cup car W Talladega Superspeedway Wednesday afternoon as part of an OEM NASCAR test. Stenhouse met with members of the media following the all-day session to discuss the car and more.
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CONCORD, N.C. – Roush Fenway Racing’s Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will pilot the No. 6 Best Buy Ford in the October 13th Sprint Cup event at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Stenhouse, along with RFR teammate Matt Kenseth, will form a formidable pair of Best Buy Fords, with Kenseth’s No. 17 Fusion also featuring the Best Buy blue and yellow for the event.
It will mark the first time that...
After making an appearance in the Daytona 500 and last Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase race at Dover International Speedway, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will be making a return to the No.6 car before the year is over. In a statement released by Roush Fenway Racing, Stenhouse is set to make another round in the [...]
Elliott Sadler is going pink again. Sadler will have his No. 2 NASCAR Nationwide Series machine painted pink when the series heads to Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Sadler, who wears pink [...]
Roush Fenway Racing’s Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will pilot the No. 6 Best Buy Ford in the October 13th Sprint Cup event at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Stenhouse, along with RFR teammate Matt Kenseth, will form a formidable pair of Best Buy Fords, with Kenseth’s No. 17 Fusion also featuring the Best Buy blue and yellow for the event.
It will mark the first time that Best Buy has sponsored...
The No. 6 car of Ricky Stenhouse Jr will have the colors of Best Buy on it when it takes to the track for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway next weekend. Stenhouse will move up to the Sprint Cup level next season and assume the seat of the No. 17 Ford Fusion currently driven by Matt Kenseth.
Kenseth will also have the Best Buy colors on his car marking...
NASCAR Nationwide Series points leader Elliott Sadler and his brother, motorsports analyst Hermie Sadler, joined breast cancer survivors from as far away as Ohio, to paint the start/finish line at Charlotte Motor Speedway pink in preparation for next week’s Dollar General 300 Nationwide Series race.
The Dollar General 300, scheduled for Oct. 12 at the legendary 1.5-mile superspeedway...