Ford Fusion - news, rumors, videos

Recent news - Ford Fusion

  • • No Controversial Moments for Third-Place Stenhouse
    Public enemy No. 1 after the last restrictor plate race at Daytona in July, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. was able to avoid instigating trouble and finished a salvageable third in Sunday’s 1000Bulbs.com 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, the highest non-Stewart-Haas Racing finisher. Although it was a clean race, Stenhouse felt his No. 17 Sunny D Ford Fusion wa...
  • • Joey Logano Comes Up Short at Dover
    In a chaotic finish to the Gander Outdoors 400, Joey Logano avoided the mayhem to finish third. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver overcame multiple issues to score his 100th-career top-five finish at Dover International Speedway. In overtime, Logano’s No. 22 Shell / Pennzoil Ford Fusion had some of the freshest tires of those in the top-f...
  • • Kurt Busch wins Charlotte Roval pole, Bank of America 400 qualifying results
    The first roval race at Charlotte Motor Speedway will begin with Kurt Busch on the pole. Driving the No. 41 Ford Fusion, it was Busch who posted the fastest qualifying time ahead of Sunday’s running of the Bank of America 400. Sunday’s roval race at Charlotte marks the first non-oval race to make up NASCAR’s […]...
  • • Bowyer: ‘You’ve Got to Get Out There, Find That Rhythm’
    CONCORD, N.C. – Veteran Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers like Clint Bowyer have just one takeaway from Watkins Glen International (WGI) and Sonoma Raceway for the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course. The 2.28-mile oval-road course hybrid is virtually impossible to compare to NASCAR’s traditional road course events. As Bowyer and his No. 14...
  • • Keselowski Fades in the Final Laps at Richmond
    A late charge for the lead left Brad Keselowski fading in the Federated Auto Parts 400. The Team Penske driver plummeted from having a chance to win four races in a row to ninth in the final 40 laps at Richmond Raceway. After the final restart, Keselowski battled eventual race winner Kyle Busch for the lead. It took 10 laps for his No. 2 Reese / Dr...
  • • Newman to Pilot Roush Fenway’s No. 6 in 2019
    At Richmond Raceway on Saturday afternoon, Ryan Newman announced that he will be joining Roush Fenway Racing following the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. The 17-year veteran will drive the teams’ iconic No. 6 Ford Mustang for the entire season. The Roush Fenway No. 6 has visited victory lane 36 times with Mark Martin and David Ragan ...
  • • Blaney Starts Playoffs with Vegas Top Five
    Team Penske’s Ryan Blaney was among those starting the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs strong. The third-year driver avoided the misfortunes of most Playoff Grid drivers to finish fifth in the South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Over the course of the final restarts, Blaney’s No. 12 PPG Ford Fusion was in tow with his Team P...
  • • Trevor Bayne will not drive No. 6 car in 2019
    Trevor Bayne will not be a part of the driver lineup for Roush Fenway Racing in 2019. Bayne had already seen his number of races for 2018 slimmed down as Matt Kenseth has made starts in the No. 6 Ford Fusion for the team. Now owner Jack Roush has stated that Bayne will not be in […]...
  • • On the Playoff Radar After Indianapolis: Aric Almirola
    How can a driver fly under the radar in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Regular Season finale? Aric Almirola found out after multiple pit road penalties kept him from ever being a factor for the win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Almirola finished well outside the Top-20 after running just inside the top-10 throughout the Big Machine Vodka 40...
  • • Late Restart Keeps Bowyer from Reaching Brickyard Glory
    Stewart-Haas Racing’s Clint Bowyer came within three laps of winning the Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard. However, a late race restart left the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver spinning his tires. On the final restart at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Bowyer restarted on the outside of Denny Hamlin in the No. 14 Mobil 1 / Rush Truck Cen...
  • • Brad Keselowski wins Cup race at Indy, Brickyard 400 Results
    After a rain soaked weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event took place on Monday afternoon. While the rain prevented both practice and qualifying, Brad Keselowski probably was ok with that after he drove his No. 2 Discount Tire Ford Fusion to victory lane. The win is the first for […]...
  • • Matt Kenseth driving Oscar Mayer car at Darlington
    It may not be the Wienermobile, but Matt Kenseth will be sporting the iconic colors of Oscar Mayer this weekend at Darlington Raceway. Kenseth’s Roush Fenway Racing Ford Fusion will be decked out in yellow and orange at the track “Too Tough to Tame.” “We’re proud to sponsor an iconic driver and storied racing program […]...
  • • Kurt Busch wins at Bristol, Bass Pro Shops NRA night race results
    Kurt Busch went to victory lane on Saturday night in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. The win was the first of the season for the driver of the No. 41 Ford Fusion and assures him of a spot in the NASCAR Playoffs which start […]...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Kurt Busch returns to victory lane at Bristol
    Kurt Busch claimed his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win since the 2017 season-opening Daytona 500 on Saturday night when he took the checkered flag in the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway. The win broke a 58-race winless streak, and even though it was his sixth-career win at Bristol, it was his first at the ...
  • • Bayne Comes Up Short of Top 10 Finish at Bristol
    BRISTOL, Tenn. – The inside lane kept Trevor Bayne from earning his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series top-10 finish this season. The Roush Fenway Racing driver ran what was arguably his best race since being pulled out of the car for a handful of races. Over the last half of the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race, Bayne’s No. 6 AdvoCare Rehydrate F...

Advertisement

Ford Fusion videos

  • 2018 Ford Fusion: Walkaround | Fusion | Ford2018 Ford Fusion: Walkaround | Fusion | Ford
  • 2017 Ford Fusion: Engine Options for Everyone | Fusion | Ford2017 Ford Fusion: Engine Options for Everyone | Fusion | Ford
  • Teste Ford Fusion - VrumTeste Ford Fusion - Vrum
  • Avaliação Ford Fusion Titanium 2.0 Ecoboost | Canal Top SpeedAvaliação Ford Fusion Titanium 2.0 Ecoboost | Canal Top Speed
  • STRAIGHT PIPED the Ford Fusion and it sounds AWFUL!STRAIGHT PIPED the Ford Fusion and it sounds AWFUL!
  • Why Ford Will Stop Building Cars | WheelHouseWhy Ford Will Stop Building Cars | WheelHouse
  • Avaliação Ford Fusion 2017 | Canal Top SpeedAvaliação Ford Fusion 2017 | Canal Top Speed
  • FORD FUSION X MERCEDES-BENZ CLS 400 X PORSCHE PANAMERA - ESPECIAL #68 | ACELERADOSFORD FUSION X MERCEDES-BENZ CLS 400 X PORSCHE PANAMERA - ESPECIAL #68 | ACELERADOS
  • 5 things you might not know about your Ford Fusion..5 things you might not know about your Ford Fusion..
  • FORD FUSION ECOBOOST E HYBRID - VR COM RUBENS BARRICHELLO #84 | ACELERADOSFORD FUSION ECOBOOST E HYBRID - VR COM RUBENS BARRICHELLO #84 | ACELERADOS

Advertisement

Top news - Ford Fusion

  • • Bayne’s Statement: I Want To Drive Every Weekend
    By John Sturbin | Senior Writer RacinToday.com Trevor Bayne made it known Friday he is not exactly all-in on Roush Fenway Racing’s impending share-the-ride NASCAR Cup Series plan involving Matt Kenseth in the No. 6 Ford Fusion. Bayne issued a statement prior to the opening Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Talladega Superspeedway _ ...
  • • Harvick “Happy to Finish the Race” at Talladega
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer With the carnage in the GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, Kevin Harvick was just happy to finish unscathed. Harvick finished just inside the top-five in his No. 4 Busch Beer Flannel Ford Fusion. Over the course of the last run, Harvick held course, following fellow Ford Performance drivers Joey Logano, Stewart-Haas ...
  • • Menard Ready To Take On Tricky Texas Track
    When Paul Menard hits the track at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend he’ll be venturing into relatively uncharted territory. For starters, the veteran driver of the No. 21 Quick Lane Ford Fusion hasn’t raced at the Fort Worth track in a Ford in several seasons. And like his fellow drivers he’ll be racing on an evolving track surface as this weekend...
  • • Chasing the Underdogs: Matt DiBenedetto Leads the Way at Richmond
    It was the little team that could and their driver Matt DiBenedetto who led the charge for the underdogs in Saturday nights Toyota Owners 400 from Richmond Raceway. After qualifying his No. 32 Superior Logistics Ford Fusion to a 27th place starting position, DiBenedetto still made quick work the field even while fighting a tight race car. Solid pit...
  • • Kenseth Returning To Cup, Roush
    Roush Fenway Racing announced Wednesday that former NASCAR Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth will return to the team and drive No. 6 Ford Fusion for a part of the 2018 season. “It’s a great feeling to return to where it all started for me in the Cup Series,” said Kenseth. “There aren’t many people who have [...]...
  • • Matt Kenseth Cannot Fix Roush-Fenway Alone
    It’s no secret that Roush-Fenway Racing has struggled to perform well over the last several years. This week, the team announced Matt Kenseth would be returning to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and driving the No. 6 Ford Fusion. Kenseth will share seat time with the current driver of the No. 6, Trevor Bayne. According to team co-owner, Jack ...
  • • TBT: David Ragan Wins Talladega, First Win for Front Row Motorsports
    David Ragan is one of the best in the sport when it comes to racing on the plate tracks in NASCAR. He went on to prove that once again on May 5, 2013 when he scored his second career win Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (formerly Sprint) in the Aaron’s 499 from Talladega Superspeedway. At the time it was a true “David vs. Goliath” moment when Ragan...
  • • WIX Filters sponsoring Bowyer’s No. 14 at Chicagoland
    When describing Clint Bowyer, driver of the No. 14 Ford Fusion for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the term “unfiltered” is often used. He is a gregarious character who is quick with a laugh and provides soundbites that generate even more laughs. But come June 30-July 1 at Chicagoland Speedway […]...
  • • DiBenedetto, Plan B Sales Team With Unique Opportunity for Race Fans
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Sponsorship continues to roll in for Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Matt DiBenedetto after he explained Go Fas Racing’s situation just before the race weekend at ISM Raceway. DiBenedetto’s No. 32 Ford Fusion will carry the colors of PlanBSales.com at Kansas Speedway in the Hollywood Casino 400 on October 21. Pl...
  • • Blaney Fastest, Harvick, Allmendinger Crash in First Cup Practice
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer BRISTOL, Tenn. – The speed of Ford Performance continues as Ryan Blaney paces the first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice session for the Food City 500. Blaney ran a 14.774 second, 129.827 mph lap in his No. 12 REV Ford Fusion at Bristol Motor Speedway. He narrowly edged out Erik Jones to win the first practice ...
  • • Bristol Bites Stewart-Haas Racing as Harvick and Busch Relegated to Backup Cars
    In recent years, many “naysayers” have stated their displeasure that Bristol Motor Speedway was not the bump and run, carnage fest it used to be. The high-banked track nestled in the hills of northeast Tennessee, known for causing an increase in overtime for the fabrication crew at race shops, is making sure everyone knows the “World’s Fastest Half...
  • • Ryan Blaney Taken out in Crash After Dominating Early at Bristol
    Ryan Blaney took the lead early in the Food City 500 and appeared to have the car to beat. Blaney’s No. 12 Ford Fusion looked extremely strong and led 99 laps in Stage 1 until Trevor Bayne slid up the track in to the path of the No. 37 of Chris Buescher. A move that ignited a multi-car crash that took out leader, Blaney, in the closing laps of the ...
  • • Blaney Swept Up in Multi-Car Accident at Bristol
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer BRISTOL, Tenn. – For the second day in a row, the most dominant car will not win the race. Ryan Blaney was swept up in a multi-car accident on lap 117 of the Food City 500. The third-year Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver was leading at Bristol Motor Speedway with eight laps to go in Stage 1 at the time. Contact b...
  • • Chris Buescher on Crash: “we were all being held up by the No. 6”
    During the closing laps of Stage 1 in the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday, a dominant Ryan Blaney got caught up in a crash that ended his day after leading 99 laps. The incident involving several cars was triggered when the No. 6 Ford Fusion of Trevor Bayne slid up the racetrack and clipped the front end of the No. 37 Bush Beans C...
  • • Harvick Scores Top-10 in Lengthy Bristol Race
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer BRISTOL, Tenn. – The Food City 500 was a lengthy race for many Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers, but Kevin Harvick’s was longer than most. Harvick had to start last after crashing in practice and opting not to attempt qualifying. In the end, he managed to finish inside the top-10. On the final restart, Harvick w...

Follow sportofusa.com !





Press Ctrl+D to add sportofusa.com to favorites