Jack Roush (continued)
Jack Roush is a man that can not stand still. He is always contemplating something new and better. One thing is for sure, you will always see him wearing his jack roush hat (straw hat). Roush can usually be found at the race track watching, learning, and taking laborious notes most likely contemplating his own innovative methods to take Roush racing to the next level.
To date, Roush racing has won 24 national championships and titles in the Winston Cup and Busch series, not to mention has also earned an impressive 10 straight 24 Hours of Daytona Sedan Class Championships. Roush also eared his 200th post-drag racing career as a team in March 1999 with owner Mark Martin's Busch victory at Texas Motor Speedway. A few years later in 2002, driver Greg Biffle earned the Busch Series title, the Winston Cup team made 12 trips to Victory Lane! Roush was named NASCAR owner of the year!
Some important notes:
- ROUSH Racing, the world’s largest supplier of integrated motorsports marketing services, currently fields five Winston Cup teams, one full season and one limited-schedule Busch Series team and two Craftsman Truck teams.
- Jack Roush became the only professional drag racer to venture into NASCAR, SCCA Trans Am, and IMSA road racing, sports car racing and IRL oval racing – with success in every series.
Roush serves as team owner and CEO of ROUSH Racing and is Chairman of the Board of ROUSH Enterprises, the parent company of ROUSH Racing, ROUSH Industries, ROUSH Performance and ROUSH Manufacturing. The ROUSH Enterprises family of companies employs over 2,000 people in facilities throughout North America and Europe.
Roush’s childhood fascination with mechanics grew into a lifelong passion for performance, and has translated into a tremendous engineering and motorsports success story for Roush