Roush Fenway Racing Troubles Continue In Chase Opener
By Chris Knight

Roush Fenway Racing Logo Not an even a gruesome test at Chicagoland Speedway could prove to be any benefit for Roush Fenway Racing on Sunday afternoon. While Carl Edwards and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. both showed promise with strong practice speeds, when the start of the 400 rolled around, the two drivers faded quickly and the Roush Fenway Racing organization as a whole couldn’t even find themselves contending for a top-10 finish. Instead, the Concord, North Carolina-team struggled to earn two top-20 runs with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Carl Edwards. Stenhouse Jr., the only non-Chase driver out of the trio proved to have the strongest car of the day, but a late-race incident with his girlfriend, Danica Patrick ruined any hopes of a solid ... FULL STORY »

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