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There has been some speculation in the news world that Carl Edwards, driver of the No.99 Fastenal Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing could possibly be driving for Shell/Pennzoil in 2013.
Sam Hornish Jr., currently is running the No.22 Penske Dodge with sponsorship from Shell/Pennzoil. Penske will be switching to Ford for the 2013 season. They will be using Roush Yates Engines… Hornish has averaged a 14.8 average finish, vying for the full time cup ride next season.
Mike Mulhern said its worth watching how it plays out over the next few weeks. He said there is one unconfirmed report that Ford executives may want to put him in the car. If you remember, these were the same people that kept Edward’s from jumping ship last season before he resigned with RFR.
No one really knows how that could/would play out since Shell/Pennzoil is a Roger Penske sponsor and not a Jack Roush sponsor.
You must remember though that Edward’s is in a 3 year contract with RFR. The only way we could see this h...
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CONCORD, N.C. – As the summer winds down so does NASCAR’s regular season of racing. Only three races remain before the cutoff to make the Chase for the Sprint Cup at Richmond on September 8. Carl Edwards currently sits 12th in the points but the next three races are at tracks where he runs well and could help secure his seventh Chase berth.
Bristol Motor Speedway starts off...
Carl Edwards, driver of the No.99 Fastenal Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing has a lot on his plate heading into this weekends race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
He is currently not in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase, and without a win his chances of taking a spot in the playoff race are not looking all that bright.
There is still hope for Edwards though, as Bristol is a track that he has [..]
Winning is great. Everyone likes to win. Greg Biffle says that Michigan International Speedway is one of his favorite tracks and on Sunday he drove to his second win of the season. The only problem with that win is that team owner Jack Roush is not very fond of confetti according to ‘The Biff.’
Perhaps he “won’t try so hard next time” to win?
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Roger Penske said Saturday he's taking his time deciding who will drive his No. 22 car next season.
Penske released AJ Allmendinger following his failed drug test, and Sam Hornish Jr. has been driving the car since Daytona in July. But the search continues for a full-time solution.
''We've got a lot of races left and we've really got to take a look at all the...
Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 99 Fastenal Ford Fusion, and Greg Biffle, driver of the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion, held back-to-back press conferences in the Bristol Motor Speedway infield media center after today’s second practice session. Edwards is 12th in the point standings and looking for a much-needed win to join the wild card race while Biffle leads the point standings after...
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Penske Racing and Miller Lite announced today they will honor Rusty Wallace’s 2013 induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame with a special, throwback paint scheme on the No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge Charger in Saturday night’s Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway (BMS).
The paint scheme will be an exact replica of the scheme Rusty used to sweep both races...
Denny Hamlin won for the first time at Bristol Motor Speedway with a calculated late pass.
Hamlin flirted with Carl Edwards for the lead late in the race, and set up his move with 39 laps remaining Saturday night. Hamlin used a slide move to get past Edwards, then held on as Edwards tried to use a cross-over move to get back in front.
It didn't work for Edwards, and Hamlin...
Much is on the line as Roush Fenway rolls into Bristol Motor Speedway looking for its18th NASCAR victory at the half-mile track noted for its intense hot summer night action.
With his dramatic come from behind win at Michigan, Greg Biffle reclaimed the Sprint Cup point lead, while teamate Matt Kenseth overcame tire isses to move to second. Biffle currently leads Kenseth by 20 points...