Jack Roush receives Texas Hall of Fame induction

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When it comes to NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing at Texas Motor Speedway, not team has won more than Roush Fenway Racing. The organization has nine Cup level wins at the track, more than twice the number of its closest competitor — Hendrick Motorsports with four. Because of his team’s success at TMS, car owner Jack Roush was recently inducted into the Texas Motor Speedway Hall of Fame.

“For the contribution of your time, energy, passion and committment, I humbly salute you and thank you for the small part you have allowed me to play in your many successes which have brought me to this event at the Texas Motor Speedway tonight,” Roush said to the 200 individuals in attendance at the Speedway Club Grand Ballroom. “Truly, you are the 2013 Texas Motorsports Hall of Famers, and I thank each and every one of you for all your support down through the years.”

Roush became the 15th member of the Hall of Fame.

In all, Roush Fenway Racing has 18 wins at Texas across all three of NASCAR’s national series — Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck. Across those three series, seven different drivers have driven RFR entries into victory lane.

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