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Erik Jones finishes 13th at Atlanta in Kyle Busch's No. 54 Xfinity car

Already slated to run a limited amount of Xfinity Series races for Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 20 Toyota, Erik Jones climbed into the team’s No. 54 Toyota Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway and finished 13th in place of the injured Kyle Busch. 282 more words

David Ragan emerges as candidate to fill in for injured Kyle Busch for Joe Gibbs Racing (VIDEO)

David Ragan has been contacted by Joe Gibbs Racing about driving the No. 18 Toyota while Kyle Busch recovers from a compound fracture in his right leg, multiple sources told NASCAR Talk. 414 more words


Roush Fenway Racing young guns flex their muscle in Xfinity opener

On Saturday at Daytona International Speedway, Roush Fenway Racing’s kids were all right.

Ryan Reed and Chris Buescher teamed up on a frenzied final lap of the Alert Today Florida 300 to pass Brad Keselowski and finish first and second respectively. 606 more words

VCU rolls St. Louis 74-54

VCU gets 16 from Treveon Graham in a 74-54 win over St. Louis.

Randolph-Macon is #1 in the nation in Division III and head coach Nathan Davis explains when and how he knew this year’s team could be special… 35 more words



NASCAR 07 was created by EA Tiburon for EA Sports and was released in September of 2006.  Elliott Sadler was the feature driver on the NTSC cover, Matt Kenseth was the feature driver on the PAL cover. 340 more words


Roush Fenway Racing looks for big rebound in 2015

It goes without saying at Roush Fenway Racing: If Jack’s not happy, no one’s happy.

Jack, of course, is team co-owner Jack Roush. And while RFR had some decent showings in 2014, qualifying Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle into the Chase for the Sprint Cup, it wasn’t a great overall season for RFR. 362 more words

NASCAR: Roush Fenway announces crew chief lineup

Some of the outstanding pieces in the NASCAR Sprint Cup and XFINITY Series garages were put into their respective puzzle places today with Roush Fenway Racing announcing its crew chief lineup. 316 more words