|Series||NASCAR Cup Series|
|Race drivers||6. Ryan Newman 17. Chris Buescher|
Did Jack Roush retire?
Jack Roush is not retiring. He made that clear Tuesday morning. But while Roush, 79, still plans to be present at the racetrack going forward, Brad Keselowski purchasing minority ownership in his organization does clear the way for a succession plan.
Does Ford own Roush?
The name Jack Roush has been synonomis with Ford Mustangs and the racing community since 1970. While working at Ford Motor Company as an engine development engineer, Jack Roush discovered a passion for hot rods, racing and Mustangs.
What happened to Roush?
Following the 2009 season, Roush Fenway was ordered by NASCAR to shrink its operation to four Sprint Cup Series teams, ceding the No. 26 team. The team would later shrink to three teams after the 2011 season, and would shrink again to two teams after the 2016 season.
Is Ryan Newman retiring?
Newman is one of the oldest drivers in the Cup Series, but it’s evident that he has no desire to retire. He still has a passion to compete, so if he ends up being replaced at Roush Fenway Racing after three seasons with the team, the odds of him packing it in and hanging up his helmet are slim to none.
Does Brad Keselowski own a truck team?
Brad Keselowski Racing was an American professional stock car racing team that competed in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Brad Keselowski Racing.
|Base||Statesville, North Carolina|
|Series||Camping World Truck Series|
|Race drivers||19. Austin Cindric (R) 29. Chase Briscoe (R)|