Greg Biffle, No. 16 3M Pink Ford
Ricky Stenhouse Jr., No. 17 Driven for a Cause Ford
Carl Edwards, No. 99 Geek Squad Ford
As part of RFR’s ‘Driven For a Cause’ effort, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will run a special pink ‘Driven’ paint scheme on his No. 17 Ford Fusion this weekend at Martinsville Speedway. In addition, Greg Biffle’s 3M Ford Fusion will also run a special pink-themed scheme for the event. Carl Edwards No. 99 Greek Squad Ford Fusion will carry special pink ‘Driven’ decals as well. Fans are encouraged to support the NBCF by donating at http://nbcf.org, and by using the hashtag #breastcancer to raise awareness on social media platforms.
DRIVEN for a Cause
RFR has highlighted National Breast Cancer Awareness month in October with its ‘Driven for a Cause’ campaign. The team hhas supported and raised awareness for a text to donate campaign benefiting the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). All of RFR’s race cars have carried a special pink ribbon Driven logo in each of the month’s events.
Roush Fenway at Martinsville
In 179 Cup starts at Martinsville, Roush Fenway has turned more laps there than any other venue in the Sprint Cup Series, with 86,524 laps completed. During that span, Roush Fenway has collected four wins, four poles, 26 top-five and 63 top-10 finishes. All-in-all, Roush Fenway has a 16.9 career average Sprint Cup finish at Martinsville.
Roush Fenway had its overall most-successful outing at Martinsville in the spring of 2002 when it placed all four of its cars inside the top 10. In addition, RFR posted a one-two finish at the track in the spring of 2000. Ironically, Roush Fenway has not placed more than one car inside the top five at Martinsville since that finish in 2000.
Roush Fenway has won four Sprint Cup races at Martinsville with three different drivers – the last coming in 2002. Roush Fenway also boasts two NASCAR Truck wins in 46 starts at Martinsville (fall of ’03 and ’05).