Friday Jul 18
10 Burning Questions for the Remainder of the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season
With 19 races in the books and 17 left, the 2014 Sprint Cup Series season is at somewhat of a fork in the road.
Truex Jr Gains 10 Positions In Closing 2 Laps To Finish 12th In New Hampshire
When you battle with a 110 percent effort to the bitter end, there's always that chance of something good happening.
The Miami Herald
Kyle Busch grabs New Hampshire pole with new track record
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New Hampshire Is Like Starting Over For Truex Jr, Furniture Row Racing
After a first half of the season that included a number of wacky woes for Martin Truex Jr., the Furniture Row Racing driver feels the team has the capability to make a turnaround during the next 18 Sprint Cup Series races.
Truex Jr. Finishes 15th in Rain-Shortened Daytona Race
Though Martin Truex Jr. escaped two major wrecks, he had to contend with a vibration in his car plus a battery change in Sunday's rain-delayed and rain-shortened Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway.
Truex Jr Returns To Daytona With A Vengeance
When Martin Truex Jr. went to bed the night before the Daytona 500 in February he sincerely felt it was the best chance of his career to capture NASCAR's biggest race.
Truex Jr Battles To 19th-Place Finish In Kentucky
On the eve of his 34th birthday, Martin Truex Jr. posted a hard-fought 19th-place finish in the Quaker State 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Kentucky Speedway.
Past winners, contenders aim to solve bumpy track
Either scenario could happen with past winners Kyle Bush and Brad Keselowski trying to strengthen their bids for more success in Saturday night's 400-miler by running companion series races this weekend.