Tag Archives: Martin Truex Jr.

Couch Potato Tuesday: Las Vegas Brings Competition, Rain and Disagreeing Analysts

Las Vegas Motor Speedway brought a fair amount of clarity regarding Ryan Newman’s crash in Daytona 500 and the aftermath. If the transcript of Roush Fenway Racing president Steve Newmark’s press conference is to be believed, Newman’s family was joking in the hospital about him “having no neck” and referring …

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Up to Speed: NASCAR Cup Drivers With Something to Prove in 2020

A new racing season means new opportunities and new challenges.  Over the winter, NASCAR’s Cup Series saw its usual flurry of changes among drivers, teams and crews.  As a result of these changes, many drivers, rookies and veterans alike will be feeling the pressure to perform in 2020.  Whether measuring …

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2020 NASCAR Cup Series Preseason Power Rankings

For the first time here at Frontstretch, our staff banded together to vote on who it thinks will be the top drivers of the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season in a preseason power rankings format. Each participating staff member sent a 30-driver ranking before the beginning of the season, taking into …

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Martin Truex Jr., SiriusXM Linking for 5 Races

Martin Truex Jr. will feature sponsorship on his No. 19 car in the NASCAR Cup Series from SiriusXM again in 2020, this time for five races, the team announced Monday, Feb. 3. The No. 19 Toyota Camry will feature SiriusXM at the Busch Clash at Daytona International Speedway (Feb. 9), …

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2019 NASCAR Driver Reviews: Martin Truex Jr.

In regards to the last few seasons, the best driver paired with the best crew chief paired with the best team sounds like an extremely potent combination, right? In 2019, it certainly was. After several stellar seasons with Furniture Row Racing, Martin Truex Jr‘s future after 2018, for a time, …

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2019 NASCAR Top Storylines: Kyle Busch 1st Driver With Multiple Titles in Elimination Format

When Kyle Busch won the NASCAR Cup Series race and championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway in November, he became the first driver to win two championships under the elimination-style playoff system since NASCAR developed it in 2014 — something that is significant for numerous reasons. Prior to this year, a different …

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