Our Record

9

championships

120

wins

105

poles

Ford FR9 Carb V8

The Ford FR9 Carb engine platform was originally launched in 2009 and has been competitively raced in NASCAR ever since. It is also the foundation for the evolution of the Ford NASCAR  FR9 EFI race engine.

As part of the NASCAR Ford FR9 Engine program, engines are leased to teams competing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.  New engines are delivered for every race. This unique and fast paced approach allows for delivering the latest in cutting edge technology for each race.

Roush Yates Engines also provides dedicated engine tuners, on-site chassis dyno technicians, and trackside program management to the Ford NASCAR teams. Our highly skilled and experienced team collaborate with team owners, drivers and crew chiefs to achieve winning results.

Read ‘Powering Into the Playoffs,’ an in-depth look at the birth of the Ford FR9 engine, featuring exclusive interviews with the people who made it happen.

Engine Bore:
4.19" (106.30 mm)
Engine Stroke:
3.26" (82.80 mm)
Injection:
Carbureted
Induction system:
Naturally Aspirated
comp. ratio:
12.0:1
Sound:

Teams & Drivers

RFR Xfinity race team

RYAN REED #16

CHASE BRISCOE #60

AUSTIN CINDRIC #60

TY MAJESKI #60

BRAD KESELOWSKI #22

JOEY LOGANO #22

RYAN BLANEY #22

PAUL MENARD #22

AUSTIN CINDRIC #12

SHR Xfinity team page

COLE CUSTER #00

ARIC ALMIROLA #98

SHR team page Cup & Xfinity

KEVIN HARVICK #98

CHASE BRISCOE #98

KAZ GRALA #61

Upcoming Race Schedule

Date Race Location
Jun, 30th NASCAR XFINITY Series Race at Chicagoland Chicagoland Speedway
Jul, 6th Coca-Cola Firecracker 250 Daytona International Speedway
Jul, 13th Alsco 300 Kentucky Speedway
Jul, 21st Lakes Region 200 New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Jul, 28th U.S. Cellular 250 Iowa Speedway

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