The secrets of Roush's resurgence
After a long lean spell, Roush Fenway and Carl Edwards were back at NASCAR's forefront in late 2010 and have carried that form into 2011. Diego Mejia talked to the men who turned the team around
Not even Carl Edwards' spectacular trademark backflip after his second win of 2010 in the season-finale at Homestead drew enough attention to what was a stellar way to wrap up the year, the Roush Fenway driver taking back-to-back wins at Phoenix and Homestead when the top drivers of the series were peaking.
Edwards was left doing his acrobatics under the cloud of smoke left by Jimmie Johnson's burnout celebration on the front stretch of the Florida track, following his record-beaking achievement of claiming a fifth consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup title by finishing second to Edwards in that race.
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