Though he was the king of mile-and-a-half race tracks one year ago, defending Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Martin Truex Jr.’s quest to retain that title got off to a rocky start on Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Last year, Martin Truex Jr. won eight races en route to his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship, and Sunday he’ll kick off his title defense when the green flag drops at Daytona Int’l Speedway for the 60th annual Daytona 500.
A decade ago, Furniture Row Racing broke into the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series as a team looking simply to find their way, struggling to qualify for races and barely scraping by.
Furniture Row Racing team owner Barney Visser suffered a heart attack on Nov. 4 and underwent successful bypass surgery Monday in Denver, Colo.
Furniture Row Racing has announced that Auto-Owners Insurance will increase its primary sponsorship package for next season from six races to eight on Martin Truex Jr.’s No. 78 Toyota Camry.
Martin Truex Jr. and Furniture Row Racing were racing for a higher purpose on Sunday at Kansas Speedway, and at the end of the Hollywood Casino 400, driver and team had realized that purpose.
Furniture Row Racing officially confirmed Wednesday that the team will down-size for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, shuttering the No. 77 Toyota after only one year as a two-car operation.
Following the conclusion of the first round of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs last Sunday at Dover Int’l Speedway, Martin Truex Jr. said he is “feeling good” about where his Furniture Row Racing team is at as they chase a championship together.
The giddy smiles said it all after spinal cord injured participants took a 135 mile per hour spin at Dover International Speedway with Martin Truex Jr. in an adaptive race car donated by Furniture Row Racing.
Martin Truex Jr.’s No. 78 Toyota Camry for Furniture Row Racing will pay tribute to Bass Pro Shops 40th anniversary of TRACKER Boats, America’s No. 1 selling fishing boat during this weekend’s Bojangles’ Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kyle Busch became the first person in NASCAR history to complete two separate weekend sweeps of NASCAR’s national touring series at the same track by winning Saturday night’s Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race. His third victory of the weekend was much more difficult than the first two, however, as he had to hold off rookie Erik Jones …
In a twist from the first two races of the weekend, Erik Jones came away from Friday evening’s knockout qualifying session at Bristol Motor Speedway with his first-career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Coors Light Pole Award.