#29 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr., wins second consecutive NASCAR Nationwide Series title
Ricky Stenhouse Jr., fought off aggressive challenges from Elliott Sadler and Austin Dillon to capture his second straight championship in NASCAR’s Nationwide Series. Driving the #6 car for Roush-Fenway Racing, Stenhouse Jr., proved that he is ready to move up to the Sprint Cup ranks where he will take over the #17 car full-time in 2013.
“We wouldn’t be doing this if God hadn’t allowed us to do it,” Stenhouse Jr., said in last year’s Inspiring Athletes conversation. “He’s the one that’s ultimately in control of everything. You can’t try to change things when they’re not meant to be changed.”
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