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Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
Richard Lynn Stenhouse Jr. (born October 2, 1987) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the Monster

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Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Stenhouse at the 2015 Toyota/Save Mart 350Born Richard Lynn Stenhouse Jr.
(1987-10-02) October 2, 1987 (age 30)
Memphis, TennesseeHeight 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)Weight 165 lb (75 kg)Achievements 2011, 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series champion
2017 GEICO 500 winner
2017 Coke Zero 400 winnerAwards 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year
2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the YearMonster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career 208 races run over 8 yearsCar no., team No. 17 (Roush Fenway Racing)2017 position 13thBest finish 13th (2017)First race 2011 Coca-Cola 600 (Charlotte)Last race 2018 Bojangles' Southern 500 (Darlington)First win 2017 GEICO 500 (Talladega)Last win 2017 Coke Zero 400 (Daytona) Wins Top tens Poles 2 29 2 NASCAR Xfinity Series career 108 races run over 6 years2016 position 99thBest finish 1st (2011, 2012)First race 2009 Nashville 300 (Nashville)Last race 2016 Ticket Galaxy 200 (Phoenix)First win 2011 John Deere Dealers 250 (Iowa)Last win 2012 Kansas Lottery 300 (Kansas) Wins Top tens Poles 8 63 8 Statistics current as of September 2, 2018.

Richard Lynn Stenhouse Jr. (born October 2, 1987)[1] is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 17 Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing. Stenhouse was the 2010 Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year,[2] and won back-to-back Nationwide Series championships in 2011 and 2012. Stenhouse was the 2013 Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year.

Contents
  • 1 Racing career
    • 1.1 Early career
    • 1.2 NASCAR
      • 1.2.1 2009–2012
      • 1.2.2 2013–2015
      • 1.2.3 2016–present
    • 1.3 Sprint car and midget racing
  • 2 Personal life
  • 3 In media
  • 4 Motorsports career results
    • 4.1 NASCAR
      • 4.1.1 Monster Energy Cup Series
        • 4.1.1.1 Daytona 500
      • 4.1.2 Xfinity Series
      • 4.1.3 K&N Pro Series West
    • 4.2 ARCA Re/Max Series
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Racing career Early career

Stenhouse began kart racing at the age of six, and acquired 47 wins and 90 podium finishes by the time he moved into sprint car racing in 2003.[3]

Beginning his sprint car racing career in 360 cubic inch winged sprint cars, he won the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Driver Poll and Dirt Winged Sprint Car Rookie of the Year in 2003.[4] He began racing in the USAC sprint car series in 2004, and in 2006 won National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Driver Poll Wild Card in both the 360 and 410 winged sprint car divisions. Stenhouse won dual Rookie of the Year honors in the United States Auto Club sprint car (finished 6th in the standings) and midget (finished 3rd in the standings) series in 2007.[5]

In 2008, he began his major-league stock car racing career in the ARCA Racing Series, driving for Roush Fenway Racing. On May 10, 2008, in only his sixth race in a stock car, Stenhouse won his first ARCA RE/MAX Series event at the Drive Smart! Buckle Up Kentucky 150 at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky. He had two wins in 21 races and finished fourth in the season ranking as a rookie.[6]

NASCAR 2009–2012 Stenhouse's 2009 Nationwide Series car at the Milwaukee Mile

In 2009, Stenhouse began competing in partial schedule in the Nationwide Series at events that conflicted with the Sprint Cup schedule. He had his first Top 10 finish at Kentucky Speedway when he finished ninth. At the following race in Milwaukee, he led 46 laps in the later stages of the race and finished fifth.[7]

2010 started out in horrible fashion for Stenhouse, but he showed signs of life as the year went on. After crashing out of four out of the first ten races of the season (and crashing in practice, too), Stenhouse was replaced by Brian Ickler for three races and Billy Johnson drove at Watkins Glen. After taking on veteran Mike Kelley as crew chief, Stenhouse immediately responded with a third-place finish at Daytona. He proceeded to take seven top tens and was locked in a tight battle for Rookie of the Year (ROTY) with Brian Scott. With Scott struggling after his release from Turner Motorsports, Stenhouse took the ROTY award after a fourth-place finish at Homestead.

2011 Nationwide championship car at Road America

On May 22, 2011, Stenhouse held off charges from Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski for the final 18 laps to claim his first win in the John Deere Dealers 250 at Iowa Speedway, his 51st start in the Nationwide Series.[8]

Stenhouse made his Sprint Cup Series debut at the 2011 Coca-Cola 600 substituting for fellow Roush teammate Trevor Bayne. Stenhouse finished 11th in the Wood Brothers Racing entry.[9]

Stenhouse had dominated the Kroger 200 Nationwide Series race at Lucas Oil Raceway before being passed by Brad Keselowski late in the race. Stenhouse took his second Nationwide win at Iowa in August, again holding off teammate Carl Edwards, but in a more bizarre fashion as Stenhouse's engine blew coming off of turn 4. Edwards subsequently rear ended his teammate, pushing him across the line to the win.

At the end of the 2011 season, having scored sixteen top-five finishes, Stenhouse won the Nationwide Series championship by 45 points over Elliott Sadler.[10]

2012 Nationwide car

Stenhouse drove the No. 6 Sprint Cup Series car for Roush Fenway Racing in the 2012 Daytona 500,[11][12] finishing 20th.[13]

In the Nationwide Series the previous day, Stenhouse had been caught up in a 10-car wreck on the final lap of the series' season-opening event; a week later he finished 3rd at Phoenix, while a week after that Stenhouse won his first race of 2012 at Las Vegas, winning the Sam's Town 300, holding off Mark Martin to take the checkered flag;[14] he would win races at Texas Motor Speedway and Iowa Speedway before suffering a run of bad luck starting at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Stenhouse would score 3 more victories at Atlanta, Charlotte, and Kansas. He once again held off Sadler to take his second consecutive Nationwide Series championship.

2013–2015

On June 26, 2012, Roush Fenway Racing announced that Stenhouse will drive the No. 17 car in the Sprint Cup Series full-time for 2013, replacing Matt Kenseth.[15] Trevor Bayne is expected to replace Stenhouse in the Nationwide No. 6 car for 2013.[16]

Stenhouse during practice for the 2013 NRA 500 at Texas Motor Speedway Stenhouse competing in the 2013 STP Gas Booster 500 at Martinsville Speedway

To prepare for the 2013 season, Stenhouse ran in the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway where he finished 12th, the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway where he finished 35th because of engine problems; but he was running near the front of the field. He also ran in the season finale Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in which bad luck struck again as he cut a tire and smacked the wall, similar to what happened to Marcos Ambrose two races before, in Texas. In all of these races he ran in the No. 6 car of Roush Fenway Racing sponsored by Cargill, Best Buy, and Fifth Third Bank respectively.

In 2013, Stenhouse competed full-time in the No. 17 Ford Fusion in the Sprint Cup Series. He was paired with rookie crew chief Scott Graves, who was formerly an engineer for Roush Fenway Racing. Stenhouse placed 12th in his second Daytona 500 (his first with the No. 17 team) despite suffering crash damage on lap 134. Stenhouse led his first lap of Sprint Cup competition at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Later in the season Stenhouse had his breakout race at Kansas, where he qualified third and led 26 laps, before finishing 11th.[citation needed] In qualifying at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Stenhouse won the pole position with a 29.227 lap time.[17] Stenhouse recorded his first top ten finish with a 10th-place finish at Richmond, followed by an eighth-place finish at Chicagoland. His best finish of the season was a third-place finish at Talladega behind Jamie McMurray and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Stenhouse was eventually named Cup Series Rookie of the Year.[18]

In 2014, both Stenhouse and Roush-Fenway suffered though a dismal season. Stenhouse's best finish was a second place showing at Bristol in the spring, a race won by teammate Carl Edwards, one of the few impressive showings by Roush in 2014. Stenhouse failed to qualify at Talladega in October and finished 27th in points.

After a slow start in 2015, Stenhouse nearly won the Food City 500 where he came home in 4th. After a weak summer, he had a consistent runs of 15th or better in 6 of the last 10 races, including two top 10s at Dover and Talladega. After poor performances at Martinsville and Phoenix where he was as high as 22nd in the points, he fell down to 25th at season's ending.

2016–present Stenhouse Jr. racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in 2015

Stenhouse got off to a better start in 2016 than 2015 including a Top 10 run in Atlanta. He got his next Top 10 at Fontana, in 2015 It took 29 races to get two Top 10s in the year, it took 5 in 2016. On March 1, his team announced that Sunny D would be his sponsor in select Cup and Xfinity Series races. On August 21, 2016, Stenhouse recorded a then-career-best 2nd-place finish in the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.[19]

After a gamble to stay out, Stenhouse restarted 2nd with two to go at Phoenix on the Green White Checkered. He stacked up the line and caused Ryan Newman to cruise away to the finish. After a flat tire early on at Richmond he rebounded to finish 4th. At Talladega's 2017 GEICO 500, Stenhouse won his second career Cup Series pole and his first since the 2013 Cup Series season. It was also RFR's first pole of the 2017 season.[20] Stenhouse led the opening laps and then stayed mid-pack for the rest of the race. After Stenhouse avoided an 18-car pileup he found himself in second place chasing Kyle Busch. After the final restart, Stenhouse passed Busch on the final lap for the win. It was his first Cup Series win, while RFR snapped its 101-race winless drought, dating back to Carl Edwards' victory in the 2014 Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.[21] Stenhouse later picked up his second victory of the year at Daytona in July, passing David Ragan with two to go, further solidifying his spot in the 2017 Playoffs.[22] In the Playoffs, at Chicago he had a rough showing with a not so strong car and commitment line penalty which he ended up in 25th. In the next race at New Hampshire he hit the wall on Lap 3 but recovered to finish 15th on the lead lap to tie Austin Dillon on points for the last spot. At Dover in the elimination race, he struggled early starting in 14th, falling back to 23th and off the lead lap but took a risk of staying on the lead lap and got a caution while in third place and finished 4th in Stage 1 getting 7 Stage Points. He would not earn any Stage Points in Stage 2, but finished 19th while Ryan Newman finished 13th which proved enough for Stenhouse Jr. as he finished above Newman by 2 points for the last playoff spot in the Round of 12 and advanced to the second round of the playoffs. Stenhouse was eliminated in the second round after failing to perform well enough in the races.

2018 started with decent results for Stenhouse, as he had consistent runs throughout the season. However at Daytona, Stenhouse was mainly to blame for 2 accidents, and he was caught up in 3 crashes, ultimately finishing 16th and receiving a security escort after the race.[23]

Sprint car and midget racing

Outside of NASCAR, Stenhouse is a car owner and part-time competitor in sprint car and midget racing. In 2012, he formed Stenhouse Jr. Racing and fielded the #41 car for Jason Johnson in the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS). In 2017, he partnered with Matt Wood to form Stenhouse Jr.-Wood Racing and fielded the #17w car for driver Joey Saldana in the World of Outlaws sprint car series.

After his first NASCAR Cup Series win at Talladega in May 2017, Stenhouse became one of only eight drivers to have won in the NASCAR Cup Series as well as in the USAC Silver Crown, National Sprint Car, and National Midget series, joining Mario Andretti, A. J. Foyt, Jeff Gordon, Kyle Larson, Ryan Newman, Ken Schrader, and Tony Stewart.

Personal life

Stenhouse was born in Memphis, Tennessee and was raised in Olive Branch, Mississippi. He is the first Mississippian driver to attempt a full-time schedule since Lake Speed in 1997. He started out on dirt then made a transition to stock cars in 2008.

Stenhouse is a huge Ole Miss Rebels football fan. In 2014, he led the Rebels onto the field before the annual Egg Bowl game versus in-state rival Mississippi State.[24]

Stenhouse is a devout Baptist.[25]

Stenhouse was in a relationship with Danica Patrick from November 2012 to December 2017.[26]

In media

In 2016, Stenhouse competed on the show American Ninja Warrior that first aired on June 13; he did not make it past the second obstacle.[27]

In June 2017, Stenhouse was a pit reporter for the Fox NASCAR broadcast of the Xfinity Series race at Pocono Raceway. A Cup drivers-only coverage, he worked alongside Erik Jones and Ryan Blaney.[28]

Motorsports career results NASCAR

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

Monster Energy Cup Series Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series results Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 MENCC Pts 2011 Wood Brothers Racing 21 Ford DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT
11 KAN POC MCH SON DAY KEN NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH CHI NHA DOV KAN CLT TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 54th 01 2012 Roush Fenway Racing 6 Ford DAY
20 PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX KAN RCH TAL DAR CLT DOV POC MCH SON KEN DAY NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH CHI NHA DOV
12 TAL CLT
35 KAN MAR TEX PHO HOM
39 61st 01 2013 17 DAY
12 PHO
16 LVS
18 BRI
16 CAL
20 MAR
25 TEX
40 KAN
11 RCH
16 TAL
13 DAR
18 CLT
14 DOV
13 POC
26 MCH
16 SON
27 KEN
17 DAY
11 NHA
34 IND
25 POC
34 GLN
18 MCH
19 BRI
18 ATL
16 RCH
10 CHI
8 NHA
24 DOV
17 KAN
30 CLT
13 TAL
3 MAR
31 TEX
16 PHO
12 HOM
22 19th 909 2014 DAY
7 PHO
18 LVS
27 BRI
2 CAL
34 MAR
40 TEX
26 DAR
20 RCH
38 TAL
10 KAN
22 CLT
26 DOV
41 POC
15 MCH
27 SON
31 KEN
25 DAY
41 NHA
9 IND
24 POC
18 GLN
20 MCH
15 BRI
6 ATL
20 RCH
26 CHI
17 NHA
39 DOV
19 KAN
19 CLT
24 TAL
DNQ MAR
15 TEX
23 PHO
17 HOM
22 27th 757 2015 DAY
29 ATL
36 LVS
29 PHO
12 CAL
15 MAR
40 TEX
15 BRI
4 RCH
28 TAL
26 KAN
24 CLT
37 DOV
37 POC
42 MCH
25 SON
20 DAY
19 KEN
11 NHA
17 IND
35 POC
41 GLN
34 MCH
26 BRI
21 DAR
38 RCH
16 CHI
18 NHA
13 DOV
8 CLT
14 KAN
13 TAL
9 MAR
39 TEX
21 PHO
41 HOM
22 25th 712 2016 DAY
22 ATL
10 LVS
12 PHO
37 CAL
5 MAR
32 TEX
16 BRI
16 RCH
26 TAL
16 KAN
13 DOV
14 CLT
15 POC
15 MCH
29 SON
26 DAY
5 KEN
40 NHA
10 IND
12 POC
18 GLN
38 BRI
2 MCH
27 DAR
18 RCH
18 CHI
25 NHA
24 DOV
11 CLT
20 KAN
19 TAL
5 MAR
40 TEX
16 PHO
23 HOM
30 21st 772 2017 DAY
31 ATL
13 LVS
33 PHO
4 CAL
22 MAR
10 TEX
14 BRI
9 RCH
4 TAL
1 KAN
11 CLT
15 DOV
39 POC
11 MCH
8 SON
38 DAY
1 KEN
14 NHA
14 IND
35 POC
16 GLN
20 MCH
18 BRI
14 DAR
29 RCH
19 CHI
25 NHA
15 DOV
19 CLT
13 TAL
26 KAN
29 MAR
10 TEX
12 PHO
8 HOM
15 13th 2222 2018 DAY
29 ATL
16 LVS
14 PHO
23 CAL
18 MAR
37 TEX
25 BRI
4 RCH
23 TAL
5 DOV
15 KAN
11 CLT
10 POC
14 MCH
29 SON
18 CHI
16 DAY
17* KEN
26 NHA
30 POC
22 GLN
16 MCH
18 BRI
24 DAR
12 IND
LVS RCH CLT DOV TAL KAN MAR TEX PHO HOM -* -* Daytona 500 Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish 2012 Roush Fenway Racing Ford 20 20 2013 28 12 2014 34 7 2015 32 29 2016 19 22 2017 23 31 2018 9 29 Xfinity Series NASCAR Xfinity Series results Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 NXSC Pts 2009 Roush Fenway Racing 16 Ford DAY CAL LVS BRI TEX NSH
23 PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH
32 KEN
9 MLW
5 NHA DAY CHI GTY
30 IRP
QL† IOW
22 GLN MCH
19 BRI CGV ATL RCH DOV KAN CAL MEM
QL† TEX PHO HOM 62nd 677 17 CLT
40 2010 6 DAY
36 CAL
39 LVS
30 BRI
25 NSH
31 PHO
9 TEX
29 TAL
29 RCH
20 DAR
37 DOV
18 CLT
40 NSH
DNQ KEN ROA
26 NHA
16 DAY
3 CHI
19 GTY
9 IRP
11 IOW
14 GLN MCH
13 BRI
22 CGV
24 ATL
10 RCH
4 DOV
11 KAN
6 CAL
29 CLT
14 GTY
23 TEX
11 PHO
9 HOM
4 16th 3419 2011 DAY
8 PHO
7 LVS
8 BRI
14 CAL
4 TEX
8 TAL
38 NSH
5 RCH
21 DAR
10 DOV
4 IOW
1 CLT
4 CHI
14 MCH
2 ROA
8 DAY
27 KEN
9 NHA
4 NSH
2 IRP
3* IOW
1 GLN
15 CGV
26 BRI
11 ATL
3 RCH
3 CHI
8 DOV
5 KAN
5 CLT
9 TEX
6 PHO
5 HOM
2 1st 1222 2012 DAY
19 PHO
3 LVS
1* BRI
6 CAL
2 TEX
1 RCH
4 TAL
3 DAR
6 IOW
1* CLT
26 DOV
32 MCH
25 ROA
11 KEN
8 DAY
2 NHA
5 CHI
2* IND
9 IOW
5 GLN
4 CGV
12 BRI
2 ATL
1 RCH
2 CHI
1 KEN
17 DOV
9 CLT
7 KAN
1 TEX
4 PHO
3 HOM
6 1st 1251 2013 16 DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL TEX RCH TAL DAR CLT DOV IOW MCH ROA KEN DAY NHA CHI IND IOW GLN MOH BRI ATL RCH CHI KEN DOV KAN CLT TEX
17 PHO HOM 115th 01 2016 Roush Fenway Racing 60 Ford DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV CLT POC MCH IOW DAY KEN NHA IND IOW GLN MOH BRI ROA DAR RCH CHI KEN DOV CLT KAN TEX PHO
3 HOM 99th 01 † - Qualified for Matt Kenseth K&N Pro Series West NASCAR K&N Pro Series West results Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Pos. Pts Ref 2014 Bill McAnally 99 Ford PHO IRW S99 IOW KCR SON
4 SLS CNS IOW EVG KCR MMP AAS PHO 52nd 40 [29]

* Season still in progress
1 Ineligible for series points

ARCA Re/Max Series

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

ARCA Re/Max Series results Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 ARMC Pts 2008 Roush Fenway Racing 99 Ford DAY
25 SLM
6 IOW
19 KAN
2 CAR
3 KEN
1 TOL
7 POC
1* MCH
2 CAY
3* KEN
13 BLN
7 POC
30 NSH
7 ISF
2 DSF
5 CHI
2* SLM
17 NJE
2 TAL
28 TOL
25 4th 5155 References
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Sporting positions Preceded by
Brad Keselowski NASCAR Nationwide Series Champion
2011, 2012 Succeeded by
Austin Dillon Achievements Preceded by
Justin Allgaier NASCAR Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year
2010 Succeeded by
Timmy Hill Preceded by
Stephen Leicht NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year
2013 Succeeded by
Kyle Larson
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Xfinity Series Drivers' Champions   

1982  J. Ingram
1983  S. Ard
1984  S. Ard
1985  J. Ingram
1986  L. Pearson
1987  L. Pearson
1988  T. Ellis

1989  R. Moroso
1990  C. Bown
1991  B. Labonte
1992  J. Nemechek
1993  S. Grissom
1994  D. Green
1995  J. Benson Jr.

1996  R. LaJoie
1997  R. LaJoie
1998  D. Earnhardt Jr.
1999  D. Earnhardt Jr.
2000  J. Green
2001  K. Harvick
2002  G. Biffle

2003  B. Vickers
2004  M. Truex Jr.
2005  M. Truex Jr.
2006  K. Harvick
2007  C. Edwards
2008  C. Bowyer
2009  K. Busch

2010  B. Keselowski
2011  R. Stenhouse Jr.
2012  R. Stenhouse Jr.
2013  A. Dillon
2014  C. Elliott
2015  C. Buescher
2016  D. Suárez

2017  W. Byron

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  • 2013: Stenhouse Jr.
  • 2014: K. Larson
  • 2015: B. Moffitt
  • 2016: C. Elliott
  • 2017: E. Jones
Xfinity Series
  • 1989: K. Wallace
  • 1990: Nemechek
  • 1991: J. Gordon
  • 1992: Craven
  • 1993: H. Sadler
  • 1994: Benson
  • 1995: Fuller
  • 1996: G. Allen Jr.
  • 1997: Park
  • 1998: Santerre
  • 1999: Raines
  • 2000: Harvick
  • 2001: Biffle
  • 2002: Riggs
  • 2003: Stremme
  • 2004: Ky. Busch
  • 2005: C. Edwards
  • 2006: O'Quinn Jr.
  • 2007: Ragan
  • 2008: Cassill
  • 2009: Allgaier
  • 2010: Stenhouse Jr.
  • 2011: T. Hill
  • 2012: A. Dillon
  • 2013: K. Larson
  • 2014: C. Elliott
  • 2015: D. Suárez
  • 2016: E. Jones
  • 2017: W. Byron
Camping World Truck
  • 1996: Reffner
  • 1997: Irwin
  • 1998: Biffle
  • 1999: Stefanik
  • 2000: Ku. Busch
  • 2001: Kvapil
  • 2002: Gaughan
  • 2003: C. Edwards
  • 2004: Reutimann
  • 2005: Kluever
  • 2006: Darnell
  • 2007: W. Allen
  • 2008: Braun
  • 2009: Jo. Sauter
  • 2010: A. Dillon
  • 2011: Coulter
  • 2012: T. Dillon
  • 2013: R. Blaney
  • 2014: B. Kennedy
  • 2015: E. Jones
  • 2016: W. Byron
  • 2017: C. Briscoe
  • v
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Roush Fenway RacingPersonnel
  • Jack Roush
  • John W. Henry
  • Sam Belnavis
  • Geoff Smith
  • Steve Newmark
  • Robbie Reiser
DriversMonster Energy Cup Series
  • (6) Trevor Bayne / Matt Kenseth
  • (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
Xfinity Series
  • (6) Conor Daly
  • (16) Ryan Reed
  • (60) Chase Briscoe / Austin Cindric / Ty Majeski
Grand-Am CTSCC
  • (61) Jack Roush Jr.
Crew chiefsCup Series
  • (6) Matt Puccia
  • (17) Brian Pattie
Xfinity Series
  • (6) Phil Gould
  • (16) Mike Kelley
Development drivers
  • Kyle Benjamin
  • Gray Gaulding
  • Ty Majeski
  • Kyle Weatherman
NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Mark Martin
  • Jack Roush
Notable former driversNASCAR
  • Stanton Barrett
  • T. J. Bell
  • Johnny Benson Jr.
  • Greg Biffle
  • Mike Bliss
  • Chuck Bown
  • Colin Braun
  • Chris Buescher
  • Jeff Burton
  • Kurt Busch
  • Ricky Craven
  • Erik Darnell
  • Wally Dallenbach Jr.
  • Carl Edwards
  • Nathan Haseleu
  • Billy Johnson
  • Todd Kluever
  • Travis Kvapil
  • Kevin Lepage
  • Chad Little
  • Mark Martin
  • Jamie McMurray
  • Paul Menard
  • Ted Musgrave
  • Danny O'Quinn
  • Travis Pastrana
  • David Ragan
  • Elliott Sadler
  • Joe Ruttman
  • Darrell Wallace Jr.
  • Jon Wood
Trans-Am
  • Wally Dallenbach Jr.
  • Pete Halsmer
  • Tommy Kendall
  • Scott Pruett
  • Willy T. Ribbs
  • Dorsey Schroeder
NASCAR Cup Championships
  • 2003 (Kenseth)
  • 2004 (Ku. Busch)
NASCAR Xfinity Series Championships
  • 2002 (Biffle)
  • 2007 (Edwards)
  • 2011 (Stenhouse)
  • 2012 (Stenhouse)
  • 2015 (Buescher)
NASCAR Truck Series Championships
  • 2000 (Biffle)
Daytona 500 wins
  • 2009 (Kenseth)
  • 2012 (Kenseth)
Coca-Cola 600 wins
  • 1999 (J. Burton)
  • 2000 (Kenseth)
  • 2001 (J. Burton)
  • 2002 (Martin)
Southern 500 wins
  • 1993 (Martin)
  • 1999 (J. Burton)
  • 2005 (Biffle)
  • 2006 (Biffle)
All-Star Race wins
  • 1998 (Martin)
  • 2004 (Kenseth)
  • 2005 (Martin)
Partnerships and affiliations
  • Front Row Motorsports
  • Go Fas Racing
  • Roulo Brothers Racing
  • Stewart-Haas Racing
  • Team Penske
  • Wood Brothers Racing
See Also
  • Fenway Sports Group
  • Fenway Sports Management
  • Roush Performance
  • Roush Racing: Driver X
  • Roush-Yates Engines


Tell it All A Woman's Life in Polygamy
Tell it All A Woman's Life in Polygamy
“In these pages, a woman, a wife and mother, speaks the sorrows and oppressions of which she has been the witness and the victim.” Harriet Beecher StoweFanny Stenhouse’s famous work Tell it All is a withering attack on the practice of polygamy that developed as a prominent tenet of Mormon faith in the nineteenth century.She begins her story with an account of how as a young woman her family had converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and how she had attracted the attention, and subsequently married, T. B. H. Stenhouse.Living in Europe they were unaware of how their religion was developing in the Midwest and how the practice of plural marriage was beginning to become ever more prevalent among the members of their faith.Responding to encouragement and counselling they eventually emigrated to the promised land of Utah and to their horror they began to learn that the rumors of Joseph Smith’s polygamic revelation were true and that some of the church leadership, such as Brigham Young, had over fifty wives.Tell it All provides fascinating insight into how the Mormon faith was developing in the mid-nineteenth century and how women such as Fanny were struggling to come to terms with doctrines such as polygamy.The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints largely distanced itself from polygamy in the later-nineteenth century, much due to the work of women such as Fanny Stenhouse and others including a former wife of Brigham Young, Ann Eliza Young.This book also uncovers some of the other darker moments of Mormon history such as the Mountains Meadows Massacre, in which the men and women of an emigrant wagon train were indiscriminately slaughtered by Mormons of the Nauvoo Legion.“added more details on polygamy, on Brigham Young’s life in polygamy, and on the Mountains Meadows Massacre” The John Whitmer Historical Association JournalFanny Stenhouse was an early Mormon pioneer who, along with her husband T. B. H. Stenhouse, defected from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, largely due to their disagreements with the church about polygamy. Tell it All A Woman's Life in Polygamy was first published in 1872 and Fanny passed away in 1904.

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When Writers Drive the Workshop: Honoring Young Voices and Bold Choices
When Writers Drive the Workshop: Honoring Young Voices and Bold Choices
In this practical, engaging book, former elementary school teacher and university professor Brian Kissel asks teachers to go back to the roots of writing workshop. What happens when students, not planned teaching points, lead writing conferences? What happens when students, not tests, determine what they learned through reflection and self-evaluation? Writing instruction has shifted in recent years to more accountability, taking the focus away from the writer. This book explores what happens when empowered writers direct the writing workshop. Through stories from real classrooms, Brian reveals that no matter where children come from, they all have the powerful, shared need to be heard. And when children choose their writing topics, their lives unfold onto the page and teachers are educated by the young voices and bold choices of these writers. Written in an engaging, teacher-to-teacher style, this book focuses on four key components of writing workshop, with an eye on what happens when teachers step back and allow students to drive the instruction:Conferring sessions where students lead and teachers listenAuthor’s Chair where students set the agenda and ask for feedbackReflection time and structures for students to set goals and expectations for themselvesMini-lessons that allow for detours based on students’ needs, not teacher or curricular goalsEach of the chapters includes practical ideas, a section of Guiding Beliefs, a list of Frequently Asked Questions, and some Digital Diversions to help teachers see the digital possibilities in their classrooms.

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Lionel Racing Ricky Stenhouse Jr 2018 Sunny D 1:64
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Limited edition. Toy-sized cars that children and collectors will want to add to their collection. Detail of the real Haulers that haul the cars to the track.

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An Englishwoman in Utah: the story of a life's experience in Mormonism (1880)
An Englishwoman in Utah: the story of a life's experience in Mormonism (1880)
An Englishwoman in Utah: the story of a life's experience in Mormonism (1880)

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Ricky Stenhouse Jr Slim case for the iPhone 5 / 5s / SE NASCAR
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The Ricky Stenhouse Jr Slim case for the iPhone 5 / 5s / SE adds a layer of protection and charisma to your simple phone without adding bulk. Don't own just another phone, make it yours with this slim case. From pocket to table to night stand, this case will echo you and your Ricky Stenhouse Jr love. Designed and printed in Portland, OR, all Keyscaper gear is officially licensed and comes with a one-year warranty against manufacturer's defects.

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NASCAR Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Fastenal, Vintage Trucker Hat, One Size Fits Most
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