2010 Mustang NASCAR Nationwide Series unveiled
Mustang is getting back on the race track. Ford Racing, Roush Fenway Racing and Con-way Freight have teamed up to unveil their new stock car for the NASCAR Nationwide Series, which starts in July 2010. The iconic pony car possess quite a history in motorsports - 45 years of racing and more than 2,000 professional race wins worldwide. No doubt, the new No. 16 Con-way Freight Mustang will bring a little breath of fresh air and new sense of excitement to the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
The new stock car will be piloted by the all-American driver Colin Braun, which will move from the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series along with his sponsor - Con-way Freight. In 2008, Colin Braun was picked for the Raybestos Rookie of the Year.
"I'm so happy that Con-way Freight decided to move up with me to the Nationwide Series for 2010," Braun said. "They have been a great sponsor for the past two years in the truck series so it means a lot to me that they will continue to support me in the future. I'm also looking forward to driving a Mustang next year. I've always thought they are such incredible cars, but have never owned one. Maybe when I win my first race the guys at Ford will want to give me one of my own."