Furniture Row Racing
Furniture Row Racing’s Martin Truex Jr. mathematically clinched a Chase for the Sprint Cup playoff berth despite a poor showing in Watkins Glen on Sunday.
Axalta 400 winner Martin Truex, Jr. stopped by the Furniture Row Racing shop in Denver on Wednesday and talked to CBS4 about the success he and his NASCAR team have been enjoying this year.
Martin Truex Jr. led the most laps for the fourth straight race, only this time he was in front on the one that mattered most, breaking through Sunday at Pocono Raceway for his first Sprint Cup victory since 2013.
Martin Truex Jr. will miss NASCAR Sprint Cup practice and qualifying session Friday at Michigan to support his cancer-stricken girlfriend.
Martin Truex Jr. took a winding, unexpected path to find a new job. He didn’t realize it would seem to take almost as long and be just as cumbersome to join his Furniture Row Racing team at Daytona.
Martin Truex, Jr. — come on down — you get to drive the “78” car.
Less than a decade removed from a championship in NASCAR’s top series, Kurt Busch is an underdog now.
Kurt Busch has lost rides with top teams. He’s paid the price for losing his cool more times than anyone in NASCAR can count. Busch, though, has never lost his ability to drive.
Kurt Busch had shown all kinds of promise with his new Furniture Row Racing team, finishing in the top five in consecutive races and climbing to the cusp of being in the coveted top 12 of NASCAR’s Sprint Cup standings.
NASCAR star Kurt Busch is a Sprint Cup champion, has 24 Sprint Cup wins, has won his first-ever nationwide race, 15 poles, 174 Top 10s, and now Busch is bringing his impressive resume to Denver with Furniture Row Racing.