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#6 Roush Fenway Racing Team News

Team Info

OFFICIAL TEAM/DRIVER LINKS
Roush Fenway Racing
Ryan Newman
Ryan Newman’s Rescue Ranch
Roush Yates Performance Parts

PRIMARY SPONSORS LINKS
Acorns
Performance Plus Oil
Wyndham Rewards
Oscar Mayer

ASSOCIATE SPONSORS LINKS
Kleen Performance Products

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
Roush Fenway Racing – Twitter
Roush Fenway Racing – Facebook
Roush Fenway Racing – Pinterest
Roush Fenway Racing – Google+
Roush Fenway Racing – YouTube
Ryan Newman – Twitter
Ryan Newman – Facebook

STATISTICS
Ryan Newman – RacingReference.info

MORE INFO
2019 #6 Paint Schemes
Paint Scheme Gallery

2019 sponsor schedule:
1) Daytona: Oscar Mayer
2) Atlanta: Acorns
3) Las Vegas: Wyndam Rewards
4) ISM Raceway: Oscar Mayer
5) Auto Club: Performance Plus Oil
6) Martinsville: Acorns
7) Texas: Wyndam Rewards
8) Bristol: Wyndam Rewards
9) Richmond: Roush Performance
10) Talladega: Acorns
11) Dover: Wyndam Rewards
12) Kansas: Performance Plus Oil
Charlotte (All-Star): Acorns
13) Charlotte: Oscar Mayer
14) Pocono: Wyndam Rewards
15) Michigan: Coca-Cola
16) Sonoma:
17) Chicagoland:
18) Daytona:
19) Kentucky:
20) New Hampshire:
21) Pocono:
22) Watkins Glen:
23) Michigan:
24) Bristol:
25) Darlington: Oscar Mayer
26) Indianapolis:
27) Las Vegas:
28) Richmond:
29) Charlotte:
30) Dover:
31) Talladega:
32) Kansas:
33) Martinsville:
34) Texas:
35) ISM Raceway:
36) Homestead-Miami:

Contract Status: Driver: 2019

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Oscar Mayer continues sponsorship of Roush Fenway Racing: Oscar Mayer will debut as a 2019 sponsor of the No. 6 Oscar Mayer Ford Mustang at the historic Daytona 500 on February 17, with driver Ryan Newman and Roush Fenway Racing. The race will mark Newman’s Roush Fenway debut behind the wheel of the Oscar Mayer No. 6 Ford, and with NASCAR’s winningest owner Jack Roush, a two-time winner of the Great American Race (2009, 2012).[More](1-10-2019)

Scott Graves to serve as Ryan Newman’s crew chief at Roush Fenway Racing: Roush Fenway Racing has announced that veteran crew chief Scott Graves will rejoin the team, leading its No. 6 NASCAR Cup Series team with newcomer driver Ryan Newman in 2019. Graves initially joined Roush Fenway Racing in 2006, working his way from team engineer to Xfinity Series crew chief, where he helped lead Chris Buescher to the 2015 NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) Championship. [More](10-23-2018)

Matt Kenseth has no plans to race next year: Matt Kenseth has no plans to race again after this NASCAR Cup Series season. That doesn’t mean he won’t. But only if Roush Fenway Racing calls and needs a driver could Kenseth, 46, even see himself possibly stepping back behind the wheel after the Nov. 18 race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.[More](10-6-2018)

Kenseth hopes to stay involved with Roush, no plans to race full-time: Matt Kenseth says he is not interested in running full-time, nor looking for rides outside of Roush.[More](9-23-2018)

NASCAR’s ‘Rocket Man’ to pilot Jack Roush’s iconic No. 6 Ford in 2019: Roush Fenway Racing announced that veteran Ryan Newman will take the reins of its iconic No. 6 Ford Mustang, competing full-time for Jack Roush in 2019.[More](9-22-2018)

Kenseth may return for partial schedule: Roush is still plotting sponsor, driver lineup for 2019; could include a return by Kenseth.[More](9-15-2018)

Trevor Bayne will not return to Roush Fenway Racing next season: Jack Roush told SiriusXM NASCAR that the team is in negotiations with other drivers to run the No. 6 in 2019.[More](9-12-2018)

Ryan Newman to Roush Fenway Racing? Newman has reportedly been exploring options with other teams, but could stay at RCR.[More](9-12-2018)

2019 plans for Roush Fenway’s No. 6 still up in the air: Trevor Bayne is unlikely to return but Matt Kenseth is not guaranteed to be back either.[More](8-31-2018)

Oscar Mayer teams up with Roush Fenway at Darlington: Oscar Mayer continues to go to great heights and great lengths to feed people’s love of meat. And now, Oscar Mayer is going to new speeds-becoming the official primary sponsor of Matt Kenseth’s #6 Roush Fenway Ford Fusion at the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway on Sunday, September 2.[More](8-21-2018)

Constantine Sealing Service featured on Kenseth’s Ford at New Hampshire: The season-long quest to find Ford’s biggest NASCAR fan will continue with a new element this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Ford will recognize Constantine Sealing Service of Glastonbury, Connecticut, as the Official Small Business of the Ford Hall of Fans. The company will have its name splashed across the hood of the #6 Fusion and driver Matt Kenseth’s uniform for Sunday’s Foxwoods Resort Casino 301.[More](7-17-2018)

Performance Plus sponsoring Kenseth at Kentucky and Richmond: Performance Plus will make its debut as the primary partner for NASCAR Champion driver Matt Kenseth this weekend at Kentucky Speedway. The premium motor oil brand – which is the official motor oil of Roush Fenway Racing and helps power all of the team’s engines – will also serve as Kenseth’s primary partner on the #6 Ford later this season at Richmond Raceway on Sept. 22.[More](7-10-2018)

Trevor Bayne eager to return to Cup Series after five-race hiatus: As far as his future beyond this year, Bayne said he was unsure what 2019 holds. His original deal went through next season with partial-season sponsorship from AdvoCare. “Right now, it’s been quiet,” Bayne said. “I don’t know what’s going on. But I’m definitely trying to figure out what I’m going to do next year and what’s going to happen.[More](6-22-2018)

Roush Fenway unveils new AdvoCare Rehydrate scheme for Bayne: AdvoCare Rehydrate will be featured on the #6 as the summer months roll on, and for the remainder of AdvoCare’s primary races this season.[More](6-19-2018)

Roush Fenway Racing announces additional races for Kenseth: Matt Kenseth will pilot Roush Fenway Racing’s flagship No. 6 Ford for 10 more races in 2018. Starting on July 14 at Kentucky Speedway, Kenseth’s summer stretch of four-straight weekends will conclude at Watkins Glen International on August 5.[More](6-13-2018)

Kenseth’s All-Star paint scheme to pay tribute to Jack Roush, 1998 All-Star victory: 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame Nominee Jack Roush has had his fair share of success in the NASCAR All-Star Race; winning the event on four occasions and placing his Fords in the race every year for the past 30 seasons. In 1998 Roush and Hall-of-Fame driver Mark Martin scored the team’s first All-Star win with a surprise victory in the annual All-Star event at Charlotte Motor Speedway.[More](5-16-2018)

An open-minded Matt Kenseth returns to NASCAR: Dressed in the Roush Fenway Racing, Wyndham Rewards livery Matt Kenseth showed up at Kansas Speedway Friday ready to turn his very first laps in a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series car since the November, 2017 season finale. The former series champion, 46, addressed the media shortly before his season-opening practice session – the only one he will get prior to qualifying for Saturday night’s KC Masterpiece 400.[More](5-11-2018)

Kenseth expected to drive next five weekends: According to two people with direct knowledge of the schedule but who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to speak publicly, Kenseth will drive in at least the next five race weekends – Kansas, the All-Star Race, the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Pocono Raceway and Michigan International Speedway.(5-8-2018)
UPDATE: NASCAR Champion Matt Kenseth will make his return to Roush Fenway Racing this weekend at Kansas Speedway in an event that also marks the debut of Roush Fenway’s new partnership with Wyndham Rewards. Kenseth will also be back behind the wheel of the Wyndham Rewards Ford for the famed Coca-Cola 600 on May 27th and at Jack Roush’s ‘home track’ of Michigan International Speedway on June 10. Wyndham Rewards will again serve as the primary on Kenseth’s Ford at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Sept. 9) and the Monster Mile of Dover International Speedway (Oct. 7), before rounding out the 2018 schedule at Phoenix Raceway (Nov. 11) and the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway (Nov. 18).[More]

Matt Kenseth returns at Kansas looking to rejuvenate Roush Fenway Racing UPDATE: Judging by the reaction and the general vibe, it’s hard to tell who is more excited about former champion Matt Kenseth’s return to Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series competition this week driving the No. 6 Wyndham Rewards Ford Fusion at Kansas Speedway for Roush Fenway Racing. The team? Fans? Kenseth? Roush?[More](5-9-2018)

Will Bayne return to Roush in 2019?: Roush Fenway Racing insists no decision has been made yet.[More](5-3-2018)

Roush Fenway Racing press conference transcript: The press conference included Matt Kenseth, Mark Martin, Jack Roush, RFR President Steve Newmark, and Wyndham executive Eliot Hamlisch.[More](4-25-2018)

Kenseth returning to Roush Fenway? UPDATE Matt Kenseth is returning to the NASCAR Cup Series to drive Roush Fenway Racing’s No. 6 car in select races this season, multiple sources told SB Nation.(4-23-2018)
UPDATE: Who said you can’t go home? NASCAR champion Matt Kenseth will return to the organization where he began his storied NASCAR career, piloting Roush Fenway’s flagship No. 6 Ford Fusion for a part of the 2018 season. Kenseth will also have a new home away from home, with the team announcing a multi-year partnership with Wyndham Rewards®, the award-winning loyalty program of Wyndham Hotel Group, as a new primary on the No. 6.[More](4-25-2018)

Sullair the official supplier of compressed air for RFR: As part of the partnership, Sullair will be featured on each of Roush Fenway’s racecars, as well as team transporters and pit equipment.[More](3-29-2018)

Roush Fenway sells charter to Penske: Roush Fenway Racing confirmed it has sold a charter to Penske Racing, which needed one for the addition of the No. 12 NASCAR Cup car with driver Ryan Blaney to its stable for 2018. Roush Fenway sold the charter – NASCAR’s form of a franchise that guarantees a spot in each race plus accompanying revenue — of its former No. 16 car, a charter it leased in 2017 to JTG Daugherty Racing.[More](1-2-2018)