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Carl Edwards

Carl Edwards of Columbia, Missouri, is a race car driver with American NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and Nationwide Series. He drives the #99 Alflac Ford and the #60 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing. Edwards won the Sprint All-Star Race XXVII in 2011. He was Rookie of the Year for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in 2003 and for the NASCAR Busch Series in 2005. In 2007, he was the NASCAR Busch Series champion.
Carl Edwards of Columbia, Missouri, is a race car driver with American NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and Nationwide Series. He drives the #99 Alflac Ford and the #60 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing. Edwards won the Sprint All-Star Race XXVII in 2011. He was Rookie of the Year for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in 2003 and for the NASCAR Busch Series in 2005. In 2007, he was the NASCAR Busch Series champion. « Show less

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  • White Hot Keselowski Wins Third Of 2011

    Brad Keselowski’s phoenix-like rise from the ashes continued Saturday, with an improbable victory in the Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway—his third win of the season and his second since breaking his left ankle Aug. 3 in a...
  • Call it the chase before the Chase

    It's shaping up to be a wild ride as NASCAR heads into the last two regular-season races (Atlanta, Sunday night) and Richmond (Sept. 10) before the 12-driver field is set for the Chase. Five guys are in: Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Carl...
  • The Backstretch Blog: The Big Keselowski

    In the movie The Big Lebowski "Dude" is mistaken for the millionaire Lebowski. But dude, there is no mistaking Brad Keslowski has arrived as a NASCAR Sprint Cup series driver. As good as BK had been in the Nationwide series, his success in the Cup series...
  • Fastenal Steps up to NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as Primary Sponsor of Carl Edwards' No. 99 Ford

    Fastenal announced today that it has signed a multiyear agreement with Roush Fenway Racing to become a primary sponsor of Carl Edwards' No. 99 Ford in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Fastenal will be the primary on Edwards’ No. 99 for 17 Cup Series...
  • The Backstretch Blog: It's the night that the lights come on in Georgia

    Time to head to what I consider my home track, the Atlanta Motor Speedway, even though I don't live down there anymore. This will mark the first AMS race I've missed since 2003 and that makes me a little sad. It also makes me a little sad that this is...
  • NASCAR stars say no disrespect for Obama

    NASCAR stars Tony Stewart and Greg Biffle say they can't attend next week's visit to the White House because of scheduling conflicts. Both insist they mean no disrespect toward President Obama. Both drivers have been to the White House before and met the...
  • Kasey Kahne wins Atlanta pole

    Kasey Kahne will start from the pole at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday night, one spot ahead of Clint Bowyer, as two longshots in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship will have another shot at a much-needed win. Kahne, who called Atlanta Motor...
  • Edwards recovers to win Nationwide race in Atlanta

    Carl Edwards worked his way from the back of the pack after a penalty in a pit stop early in the race and held off Kyle Busch to win the Nationwide Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday night. Starting from the pole, Edwards led the first...
  • White House-NASCAR flap sign of contentious times

    So who doesn't want to go to the White House? Don't ask that question in the NASCAR garage. You might get an indignant stare. Or a lot of lip from a driver who thinks you have labeled him a Communist. A silly "controversy" is brewing because several...
  • Gordon holds on at Atlanta for 85th career win

    Jeff Gordon dominated much of the rain-delayed AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Tuesday and then won a duel with Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jimmie Johnson for his third Sprint Cup Series win of the season. Gordon held about a 2-second lead...
  • Martin, Patrick could be good fit

    As Danica Patrick makes the transition from the open-wheel world to NASCAR nation, she will have an excellent mentor. Tony Stewart will be her team owner while she races a select number of Cup races. Another mentor couldn't hurt. Mark Martin, anybody?...