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Roush Fenway Racing

February 01, 2015,

Roush Fenway Racing
Get history of Roush Fenway Racing and full crews of Greg Biffle, Trevor Bayne and Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

Manufacturer: Ford
Engine builder: Roush-Yates Engines
Debut season: 1988
Owner standings

With more than 315 victories going in to the 2015 season across all NASCAR national series, Roush Fenway Racing is the winningest team in the garage. Jack Roush was no stranger to racing when he made the foray into NASCAR. He opened Jack Roush Performance Engineering in 1976 after years working for Ford. He was already an accomplished drag and road racer when Mark Martin joined his new Sprint Cup Series team in 1988. Martin would earn the team's first pole and three top-10s that year, and first win the following year.

Roush Racing expanded to a second full-time Cup entry in 1992 with Wally Dallenbach Jr. behind the wheel. Jeff Burton joined as a third full-time driver in 1997, and Chad Little as a fouth in 1998.

Roush Racing became Roush Fenway Racing in 2007, when the team merged with Fenway Sports Group. The team is headquarted in Concord, North Carolina, in a facility that includes over 13,000 square feet of museum space. Vist the team's web site here.

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Trevor Bayne

Knoxville, Tenn.

Primary team members:
Crew chief: Bob Osborne

Greg Biffle

Vancouver, Wash.

Primary team members:
Crew chief: Matt Puccia | Hometown: Watertown, New York

 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

Olive Branch, Miss.

Primary team members:
Crew Chief: Nick Sandler