Founder, CEO and co-owner of Roush Fenway Racing Jack Roush could think of no better way to celebrate 25 years of motorsports success than to spend Thursday morning of the Sprint Media Tour with a room full of racing media at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte.
“I’m as enthusiastic and as driven as I’ve ever been to take our absolute best effort to the racetrack every race,” Roush said. “We’re anxious to add to our win total – we’ve got 311 NASCAR wins, if my information is correct, and seven championships. We’re anxious to build on that in our next 25 years. Everybody in my generation in management, we’re anxious to take the brightest and most enthusiastic young folks that want to get involved with stock car racing and channel their efforts to let them realize their dreams and have the same success we’ve had. Vicariously, I enjoy that very much.”
The team’s stable of drivers then filed into the spotlight with Roush: Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards, Rickey Stenhouse Jr., Trevor Bayne and