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Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Born October 2, 1987 (1987-10-02) (age 23) Olive Branch, Mississippi Awards 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year NASCAR Sprint Cup Series statistics First race 2011 Coca-Cola 600 (Charlotte) Wins Top tens Poles 0 0 0 NASCAR Nationwide Series statistics Car no., team 6 - Roush Fenway Racing 2010 NNS position 17th First race 2009 Nashville 300 (Nashville Superspeedway) First win 2011 John Deere Dealers 250 (Iowa Speedway) Wins Top tens Poles 1 18 1 Statistics current as of May 22, 2011. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. (born October 2, 1987)[1] is an American NASCAR driver. He currently drives the 6 Blackwell Angus Beef Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Stenhouse was the 2010 Nationwide Rookie of the Year.[2] Contents 1 Career 2 Images 3 References 4 External links Career Stenhouse began racing stock cars in ARCA in 2008 for Roush Fenway Racing. On May 10, 2008, in only his sixth race in a stock car, Stenhouse, Jr. won his first ARCA RE/MAX Series event at the Drive Smart! Buckle Up Kentucky 150 at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky. He had two wins in 21 races and finished fourth in the season ranking as a rookie.[3] For 2009, he began competing in partial schedule in the Nationwide Series at events that conflicted with the Sprint Cup schedule. He had his first Top 10 finish at Kentucky Speedway when he finished ninth. At the following race in Milwaukee, he led 46 laps in the later stages of the race and finished fifth.[4] 2010 was a up and down year for Stenhouse. After crashing out of four out of the first ten races of the season, Stenhouse was replaced by Brian Ickler for three races and Billy Johnson drove at Watkins Glen. After taking on veteran Mike Kelly as crew chief, Stenhouse immediately responded with a third place finish at Daytona. He proceeded to take seven top tens and was locked in a tight battle for Rookie of the Year (ROTY) with Brian Scott. With Scott struggling after his release from Turner Motorsports, Stenhouse took the ROTY award after a fourth place finish at Homestead. On May 22, 2011, Stenhouse held off charges from Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski for the final 18 laps to claim his first win in the John Deere Dealers 250 at Iowa Speedway, his 51st start in the Nationwide Series.[5] Stenhouse made his Cup Series debut at the 2011 Coca-Cola 600 substituting for fellow Roush teammate and Trevor Bayne. Ricky finished 11th in the Wood Brothers entry. Images Stenhouse at Milwaukee after his first Top 5 NASCAR finish Stenhouse's car at Milwaukee, 2009 2010 Nationwide car References ^ Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Career Statistics ^ http://nationwide.nascar.com/nationwide-series/drivers/dps/rstenhou00 ^ "2008 ARCA driving statistics". Racing-reference. http://racing-reference.info/drivdet?id=stenhri01&yr=2008&series=A. Retrieved 2009-07-19.  ^ "2009 Nationwide Series results". Racing-reference. http://racing-reference.info/drivdet?id=stenhri01&yr=2009&series=B. Retrieved 2009-07-19.  ^ "Stenhouse claims first career victory at Iowa". Sporting News Wire Service. NASCAR. http://nationwide.nascar.com/nationwide-series/news/110522/rstenhousejr-iowa-win/. Retrieved 22 May 2011.  External links Official website Team website RoushFenway.com article on first ARCA win ARCA Racing Profile v · d · eNASCAR Rookies of the Year Sprint Cup 1954: Pitt | 1957: Rush | 1958: Rollins | 1959: R. Petty | 1960: D. Pearson | 1961: Wilson | 1962: Cox | 1963: Wade | 1964: Cooper | 1965: McQuagg | 1966: Hylton | 1967: Do. Allison | 1968: P. Hamilton | 1969: Brooks | 1970: Dennis | 1971: Ballard | 1972: L. Smith | 1973: Pond | 1974: Ross | 1975: B. Hill | 1976: Manning | 1977: Rudd | 1978: Thomas | 1979: Earnhardt | 1980: Ridley | 1981: R. Bouchard | 1982: G. Bodine | 1983: Marlin | 1984: R. Wallace | 1985: Schrader | 1986: Kulwicki | 1987: Da. Allison | 1988: K. Bouchard | 1989: Trickle | 1990: Moroso | 1991: B. Hamilton | 1992: Hensley | 1993: Gordon | 1994: J. Burton | 1995: Craven | 1996: Benson | 1997: Skinner | 1998: Irwin | 1999: Stewart | 2000: Kenseth | 2001: Harvick | 2002: Newman | 2003: McMurray | 2004: Kahne | 2005: Kyle Busch | 2006: Hamlin | 2007: Montoya | 2008: Smith | 2009: Logano | 2010: Conway Nationwide Series 1989: K. Wallace | 1990: Nemechek | 1991: J. Gordon | 1992: Craven | 1993: H. Sadler | 1994: Benson | 1995: J. Fuller | 1996: G. Allen, Jr. | 1997: Park | 1998: Santerre | 1999: Raines | 2000: Harvick | 2001: Biffle | 2002: Riggs | 2003: Stremme | 2004: Kyle Busch | 2005: C. Edwards | 2006: O'Quinn | 2007: Ragan | 2008: Cassill | 2009: Allgaier | 2010: Stenhouse, Jr. Camping World Truck 1996: Reffner | 1997: Irwin | 1998: Biffle | 1999: Stefanik | 2000: Kurt Busch | 2001: Kvapil | 2002: Gaughan | 2003: C. Edwards | 2004: Reutimann | 2005: Kluever | 2006: Darnell | 2007: W. Allen | 2008: Braun | 2009: Sauter | 2010: Dillon v · d · e Roush Fenway Racing Sprint Cup drivers David Ragan (#6) | Greg Biffle (#16) | Matt Kenseth (#17) | Carl Edwards (#99) Nationwide Series drivers Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. (#6) | Trevor Bayne (#16) | Carl Edwards (#60) Primary Sponsors UPS (#6-Sprint) | 3M (#16-Sprint) | Crown Royal (#17-Sprint) | Aflac (#99) | Fastenal (#60) Crew Chiefs Drew Blickensderfer (#6-Sprint) | Greg Erwin (#16-Sprint) | Jimmy Fennig (#17-Sprint) | Bob Osbourne (#99) Mike Kelley (#6-Nationwide) | Chris Andrews (#16-Nationwide) | Mike Beam (#60) | Driver Development Program Chris Buescher | Kevin Swindell Grand-Am Drivers Billy Johnson | Jack Roush, Jr. Partnerships and affiliations Baker Curb Racing | FAS Lane Racing | Front Row Motorsports | Richard Petty Motorsports | Wood Brothers Racing | Roulo Brothers Racing (ARCA) Management/Related Info Jack Roush | John W. Henry | Fenway Sports Group | Sam Belnavis | Geoff Smith | Steve Newmark | Mark Martin | Robbie Reiser | Roush Performance | Roush Racing: Driver X | Roush-Yates Engines Persondata Name Stenhouse, Ricky Jr. Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 2, 1987 Place of birth Olive Branch, Mississippi Date of death Place of death