Roush Fenway Racing Names Castrol Edge as Team’s Official Oil Partner

Industry leader Castrol to serve as primary partner on No. 6 NASCAR Cup Team

CONCORD, N.C. (January 22, 2020) – Roush Fenway Racing has announced a partnership with Castrol that will see the high-performance lubricant brand serve as the team’s official oil partner. In addition, Castrol will serve as a primary on Ryan Newman’s No. 6 NASCAR Cup Series entry in select events.

“We are really excited to have Castrol on board as our official oil partner,” said NASCAR Hall of Famer and team co-owner Jack Roush. “Castrol has been a leader in engine lubrication for as long as I can recall. They create high-level oils, lubricants and greases and provide increased performance for a wide range of applications and I’m looking forward to the edge we feel they will provide our race cars going forward.”

Roush Fenway Fords will run Castrol Oil exclusively in all its Ford machines, with its debut as a primary coming during race weekend at Auto Club Speedway on March 1.

Ryan Newman powered the No. 6 back into a contender and propelled the iconic Ford car back into the NASCAR playoffs last season with 14 top-10 finishes. Chris Buescher, who brought home Jack Roush’s eighth NASCAR Championship in 2015, returns to Roush Fenway to pilot the No. 17 in 2020.

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