Ricky Stenhouse Jr. New England 200 Advance

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. – New England 200 ADVANCE

Team:              No. 6 Fenway Park 100 Years Ford Mustang

Crew Chief:        Mike Kelley

American Muscle

Chassis:            RK-644


Ricky Stenhouse Jr., No. 6 Fenway Park 100 Years Ford Mustang:  “I had a lot of fun last year when we went to New Hampshire Motor Speedway and we were really fast.  We got together with a lapped car but we were definitely a top 10 car there and running up front.  That was the place where I felt most comfortable especially only being there the first time.  Taking the Mustang back normally ups us a few spots just because I like the Mustang and these new cars a lot better.  We ran really well at New Hampshire and then went to Daytona and kind of started everything off.  It was a place that I struggled to practice at but in the race we got really good.  It’s a fun racetrack because you can use the apron get your car to turn and keep your momentum up towards the top in the second groove.”    IS NEW HAMPSHIRE A TRACK WHERE YOU CAN GET FRUSTRATED WITH YOUR FELLOW COMPETITIORS?  “It’s hard to pass.  When you start getting held up by a car, the cars behind you catch you pretty quick. You can get frustrated but you definitely don’t want to do that because you need a good finish.”   


Stenhouse Jr. is third in the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship standings, 27 points behind leader Elliott Sadler and 23 behind second-place Reed Sorenson.  He leads fourth-place Justin Allgaier by 16 and fifth-place Jason Leffler by 46 points…Stenhouse led the 2010 New Hampshire race once for one lap…Primary car has scored top-10 finishes in both previous races this season: eighth-place at Las Vegas (race No. 3) and 10th-place at Darlington (race No. 10)…Has three top-10 finishes in the last four races…Stenhouse and Elliott Sadler have more top-10 finishes (13) than any other NNS regular…DID YOU KNOW?  Stenhouse has led more laps (181) and more miles (236.759) than another NNS regular and finished on the lead lap in 13 of 18 NNS races this season. 


Name                                              Duties         

Ricky Stenhouse Jr.                Driver                    Mike Kelley                Crew Chief       

Seth Barbour                Engineer                       

Richard Letendre                Car Chief    Chris Letourneau                Front Tire Changer Kyle Coolidge                Front Tire Carrier Will Sturgill                Jack Man Josh Frankos                Rear Tire Changer Jon Bernal                Rear Tire Carrier Brian Carr                Gas Man/Truck Driver CB Gilbert                    2nd Gas Can Mike Calinoff                Spotter Larry Lally                2nd Truck Driver Edgar Alleman                Engine Tuner/Support Lance Allen                Pit Support Joe Elliott                    Pit Support Kenny Deguisto                 Pit Support John Dhein                Pit Support Geoff Doucette                2nd Spotter


About Roush Fenway Racing Roush Fenway Racing is NASCAR’s largest team operating seven motorsports teams. Four in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with drivers Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards and David Ragan; and three in the Nationwide Series with Edwards, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., and Trevor Bayne. For more information on any of the Roush Fenway Racing teams, log onto www.RoushFenway.com. Become a fan of Roush Fenway Racing on Facebook by going to http://www.facebook.com/roushfenway and follow us on Twitter @roushfenway. For sponsorship inquiries please contact Robin Johnson at 704.720.4645.

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