Chris Buescher


CHRIS BUESCHER

Quick Facts

Birthdate

Oct 29, 1992

Hometown

Prosper, TX

Residence

Mooresville, NC

Latest News

Chris Buescher this week’s Featured Guest on ‘Jack’s Garage’ on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio

Chris Buescher to ‘Take Over’ Roush Fenway Twitter During XFINITY Race at Iowa Speedway

XFINITY Champion Chris Buescher to Compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for Front Row Motorsports in 2016

Buescher Brings Home Roush Fenway’s 5th XFINITY Championship

Buescher Finishes 13th at Phoenix International Raceway

Chris Buescher this week’s Featured Guest on ‘Jack’s Garage’ on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio

Chris Buescher to ‘Take Over’ Roush Fenway Twitter During XFINITY Race at Iowa Speedway

XFINITY Champion Chris Buescher to Compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for Front Row Motorsports in 2016

Buescher Brings Home Roush Fenway’s 5th XFINITY Championship

Buescher Finishes 13th at Phoenix International Raceway

Buescher Maintains Points Lead with 11th-Place Finish in Texas

Buescher Finishes Sixth at Kansas Speedway

Buescher Begins Stretch Run for Championship

Seventh-Place for Chris Buescher at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Buescher Looks to Solidify Championship Lead at Charlotte

Another Top-10 for Chris Buescher at the Monster Mile

Reed Finishes 14th at Dover

Buescher Brings Brooms to Dover Seeking Sweep

Buescher Finishes Seventh at Kentucky Speedway

Seventh-Place for Chris Buescher in Chicago

Buescher Looks to Continue Strong Stretch in Chicago

Another Top-10 Finish for Buescher in Richmond

Buescher Extends Points Lead with a top-five in Darlington

AdvoCare Expands Roush Fenway Partnership to XFINITY Series

Buescher Finishes Ninth at Road America

Buescher Looks to Continue Solid Road Course Run

Heartbreak for Chris Buescher in Bristol

Buescher Looks To Build on Points Lead at Bristol

Buescher Finishes Fourth in Mid-Ohio

Buescher Looks to Repeat at Mid-Ohio

Buescher Finishes Third at Watkins Glen

Roush Fenway Racing’s In A “New York State Of Mind”

Buescher Excited For Road Course Racing At Watkins Glen

Flat Tire Late Leaves Buescher 13th In Iowa

Buescher Looks To Sweep Iowa In 2015

Points Leader Buescher Finishes 16th At Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Roush Fenway Racing Is Ready To Kiss The Bricks In Indy

Buescher Finishes 14th At New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Roush Fenway Racing Returns To ‘New Hampshah’

Buescher Hopes For Return To Victory Lane At Loudon

11th-Place Finish For XFINITY Series Points Leader Chris Buescher In Kentucky

Buescher Looks To Extend Points Lead In Kentucky

Roush Fenway Racing Heads Back To The Beaches Of Daytona

Chris Buescher Maintains Points Lead With 12th-Place Finish In Daytona

Buescher Looking To Build On Superspeedway Success

XFINITY Points Leader Buescher Confident Heading To Daytona

Chris Buescher Finishes Fifth In Rain-Delayed Chicagoland Race

Chris Buescher Chicagoland Advance

Chris Buescher Extends XFINITY Series Points Lead With A Top-Five In Michigan

Bit-O-Honey To Ride With Buescher At Daytona International Speedway In July

Chris Buescher Wins At Dover And Extends His Points Lead

Buescher Attempts To Extend Points Lead At Dover

Chris Buescher Keeps Points Lead With 11th-Place Finish

Buescher Building Momentum, Hopes To Conquer Charlotte

Chris Buescher Wins In Iowa And Retakes The Series Points Lead

Buescher Travels To Iowa, Eyes Points Lead

Close Racing In Talladega Earns Buescher A Sixth-Place Finish

Roush Fenway Racing Heads To Talladega, That’s Not In The County Of Greenbow

Buescher Optimistic About Talladega Triumph

Buescher Finishes 20th Under The Lights In Richmond

Roush Fenway Racing Marches On To Richmond

First-Place Buescher Hopes To Shine In Richmond – Advance

Buescher Ties For XFINITY Points Lead With Third-Place Finish At Bristol

Buescher Continues Strong Season With 3rd-Place Run At Bristol; Sits Atop XFINITY Series Point Standings

Jack Roush And The Tennessee-7 Look To Bring Lightening To “Thunder Valley”

Buescher Hopes To Net First Win In Bristol – Advance

Buescher Finishes 9th At Home Track

Roush Fenway Racing Readies For Short Track Racing In Martinsville – Advance

Buescher Leads Roush Fenway With Top-5 Finish In California

Roush Fenway Racing’s Going Back To ‘Cali’

In The Hunt; Buescher Ready For Auto Club Speedway – Advance

Buescher And Team Fight For 14th-Place Finish In Phoenix

Roush Fenway Racing Making An Early Statement In The NASCAR XFINITY Series

Roush Fenway Racing Visits The Valley Of The Sun – Advance

Buescher Looks For Points Lead In Phoenix

Buescher Lands A Top-15 In Las Vegas

Roush Fenway Racing’s 7-Man Wolfpack Heads To Las Vegas – Advance

Buescher On A Roll – Takes Points Lead To Vegas

Buescher Takes Points’ Lead With Top-5 Finish In Atlanta

Chris Buescher – Atlanta Advance

Bit-O-Honey To Ride With Buescher At Talladega Superspeedway In May

Roush Fenway Racing Looks To Heat Up Atlanta – Advance

Buescher Avoids The ‘Big-Ones’ To Finish Second In Daytona

Buescher Looks To Build On Last Season’s Momentum

Chris Buescher – Daytona Advance

Roush Fenway Advance – Sprint Unlimited

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Bio

At the age of 24, Chris Buescher is not only a NASCAR XFINITY Series Champion and an ARCA Racing Series Champion, but he also made the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs in his rookie season in 2016.

The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season will see Roush Fenway Racing driver Buescher behind the wheel of the No. 37 as part of a lease agreement for the Charter and Buescher’s driving services.

In his rookie campaign, Buescher earned his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory at Pocono Raceway, which earned the rookie a berth in the Chase for the Championship.  Buescher closed out his rookie season with two top-five finishes, finishing 16th in the series point standings, piloting the No. 34 Ford Fusion for Front Row Motorsports as part of an enhanced technical alliance between Roush Fenway and Front Row, with Roush Fenway providing engineering, equipment and driver support.

The Prosper, Texas native dominated the 2015 NXS season, capturing the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) driver championship.  Buescher led the standings for 24 consecutive weeks, ending the season with two wins, 11 top-five and 20 top-10 finishes.  In just his second fulltime season in the series, Buescher did not have any DNFs (Did Not Finish), and never finished outside of the top-20 through the 33-race season.

In his first full NXS season in 2014, Buescher earned five top-five finishes and 16 top-10 finishes, capped off by his first career NXS victory at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.

In 2013, the ARCA Series Champion continued his Roush Fenway development driver program participating in seven NXS races behind the wheel of the No. 16 Ford Mustang.  Buescher earned his best finish of seventh at both Bristol Motor Speedway and Darlington Raceway.

Buescher began his racing career at the age of six, racing motorcycles and continued until the age of nine.  He then switched over to the Bandolero Series, which he raced in over the next three years, around his home state of Texas.  In 2004 he went to Nationals and won at the age of 12.

Buescher made the long haul to North Carolina for the Summer Shootout at Charlotte Motor Speedway, spending the summer of 2005 racing in the Legends Car Series at tracks up and down the east coast.  The summer adventure proved to be worth the effort, as Buescher won at 22 of the tracks he visited before heading back to Texas for the off-season.

Buescher got the break he had been waiting for in 2009, signing with Roush Fenway Racing as a development driver and competing part-time in the ARCA Series under the guidance of Roulo Bros Racing.  In 2009, Buescher made seven ARCA Series starts earning three top-five and five top-10 finishes, while also becoming the youngest pole winner in the 57-year history of the ARCA Series by capturing the pole at Salem.

The 2010 season saw Buescher back behind the wheel of the No. 17 Ford in the ARCA Series for Roulo Bros Racing.  In just eight starts he earned two victories, winning both races at Toledo Speedway.  In addition to the wins, he also claimed two poles, three top-five and five top-10 finishes.

In 2011, Buescher’s ARCA Series success continued, claiming three wins, 14 top-fives and 16 top-10’s en route to earning the rookie of the year title for the Roulo Bros.  He also made his first two NXS starts in 2011, finishing 17th at both Richmond International Raceway and Darlington Raceway.

Buescher did not slow down in 2012, winning four ARCA Series races and earning two poles, 12 top-five and 16 top-10 finishes on the way to his first ARCA Series Championship.


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