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 March 17, 2014 - Roush Yates Finishes 1-2-3 at Bristol

Roush Yates and Ford Racing scored a 1-2-3 finish and their second straight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win on Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway. After two rain delays lasting more than five hours, Carl Edwards’ No. 99 Kellogg’s Ford Fusion took the checkered flag under caution with Roush Fenway teammate Ricky Stenhouse Jr. close behind and Richard Petty Motorsports driver Aric Almirola finishing third.

November 18, 2013 - Roush Yates Engines and Ford Racing Win Manufacturers' Championship with 15 NASCAR Nationwide Wins
Brad Keselowski passed nine cars with five laps to go at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Saturday night, winning the race for Penske Racing and capturing the Nationwide Manufacturer’s Championship for Ford Racing. Teammate Joey Logano’s sixth place finish earned Penske Racing the Nationwide Owner’s Championship.
 
October 14, 2013 - Brad Keselowski Wins at Charlotte
Brad Keselowski, driver of the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford for Penske Racing, captured his first win of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Season on Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The only night race in the Chase for the Championship experienced long green flag runs until a caution was called for debris on lap 307. Keselowski’s crew gave him four fresh tires, allowing his Ford Fusion to pass Kasey Kahne for first place with just nine laps to go.
 
The No. 22 Ford powered by Roush Yates Engines struck again as Joey Logano drove it to its 11th victory of the season in the NASCAR Nationwide Series
 
Carl Edwards earned his second win of the season Saturday night at Richmond International Raceway in the Federated Auto Parts 400. After seizing the lead from Paul Menard with three laps remaining, Edwards held off Kurt Busch at the finish line by just .668 seconds to capture Ford’s fifth win of the season. He had already clinched a berth in the Chase for the Sprint Cup entering Saturday’s race but is feeling even more confident about his Championship hopes after capturing his 21st career victory.
 
Penske Racing won their first race of the season in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and captured their first victory since rejoining Ford during Sunday’s race at Michigan International Speedway (MIS).
 
Roush Yates Fords were record-breaking fast all weekend, winning pole positions and setting qualifying records in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, and ARCA Series.
 
Brad Keselowski gave Penske Racing their fifth win of the season in the Nationwide Series Friday night at Kentucky Speedway. Just one week after AJ Allmendinger put the #22 Ford Mustang in Victory Lane at Road America, Keselowski brought home his second win of the season in the Feed the Children 300.
 
AJ Allmendinger pulled away from Justin Allgaier during a second green-white-checker restart to earn his first career NASCAR win at Road America in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
 
Greg Biffle brought home Ford Racing’s 1000th win across NASCAR’s three national series with an impressive finish in the Quicken Loans 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday.
 
Trevor Bayne rallied back to win the rain-delayed DuPont Pioneer 250 at Iowa Speedway in Newton, IA on Sunday. In a race scheduled for Saturday night before being washed out by rain, Bayne passed Austin Dillon with 13 laps left to give the No. 6 car its fourth win in five races at Iowa.
 
Joey Logano added to the excitement at Dover International Speedway as he overtook race leader Kyle Busch on the final pit stop and won the 5-Hour Energy Nationwide Series race on Saturday, June 1st
 
A fury of Fords broke through the pack under threatening weather to finish 1-2-3 and win the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday.
 
Roush Yates Engines displayed power, performance, and reliability this weekend across four series of racing with wins in the late model, modified, NASCAR Nationwide and sprint car series.
 
March 11, 2013 - Penske Wins First Race with Ford Power
Ford Racing and Roush Yates engines excelled in power, performance, and reliability over the weekend winning in the NASCAR Nationwide series and ARCA Racing series. Ford also received the NASCAR Driving Business Award earlier this week.
 
Carl Edwards helped Ford become the first manufacturer to win a non-restrictor-plate race with NASCAR’s new Gen-6 car on Sunday by finishing first in the Subway Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.
 
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. captured his second championship in the NASCAR Nationwide Series on Saturday night at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL. Stenhouse entered the race 20 points ahead of Elliott Sadler and finished sixth to bring Ford Racing and Roush Fenway Racing their fourth overall Nationwide Championship.
 
 Matt Kenseth finished first in a wild race at the repaved Kansas Speedway on Sunday to complete a weekend sweep for Roush Yates engines with winners in the ARCA Series on Friday, NASCAR Nationwide Series on Saturday, and Sprint Cup Series on Sunday.
 

 
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. made a statement Saturday night in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, finishing first in the Dollar General 300 and leaving Chicagoland Speedway (Joliet, IL) with the series championship points lead. Stenhouse crossed the finish line 2.4 seconds ahead of second-place Kyle Busch to earn a fifth win of the season and the seventh of his young career.

 

Greg Biffle took home the trophy and grasped the points lead after a victorious run at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan.

Roush Yates engines took Watkins Glen International and the racing world by storm over the weekend, winning 8 races in 6 different forms of motorsports. The commitment made to providing consistent power and performance for all racers shined through as Roush Yates-powered engines found Victory Lane in racing’s premiere series and beyond.
 
Roush Yates Engines announced today that it will provide Ford FR9 engines to Penske Racing beginning with the 2013 NASCAR season.
 
Racers use Roush Yates engines and performance products to power them to Victory Lane every week on dirt and asphalt tracks around the world. Roush Yates captured multiple wins in dirt late model and sprint car series over the holiday weekend, as well as the pole position at Daytona International Speedway for the second time this year in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
 
Wins came rolling in from all around the country with drivers finding Victory Lane on dirt and asphalt using their Roush Yates-powered engines.
 
Wood Brothers Racing and Trevor Bayne brought Roush Yates’ FR9 engine to Victory Lane in one of the sport’s most memorable Daytona 500 races just over one year ago. Now Bayne, along with Eddie, Len, Jordan, Jon, and Keven Wood have officially turned over the No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion to the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.
 
Roush Fenway drivers Greg Biffle and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. swept the races at Texas this weekend, winning in the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series. Dirt car racers across the country put the same Roush Yates engine technology to the test in their cars, winning in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and American Sprint Car Series.
 
Roush Yates Engines ran strong this weekend in Sin City, with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. taking his No. 6 Ford EcoBoost Fusion to Victory Lane for Roush Fenway Racing.
 
Matt Kenseth took full advantage of the horsepower from his Roush Yates FR9 engine to take the checkered flag early Tuesday morning in the first ever nighttime running of the famed Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway. Kenseth's win granted Roush Fenway Racing its 300th all-time victory during the kick-off of the organization's 25th anniversary of racing.
 

February 19, 2012 - Roush Yates Leads the Field in Daytona

Roush Yates powered Fords were at the top of the speed charts during the first two Daytona 500 practices and continued their streak by locking in the front row starting spots during Sunday’s Daytona 500 qualifying.