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The NASCAR team at Motorsport.com discuss the playoff picture heading into an elimination race at Kansas Speedway and who will find themselves out of it when the checkered flag flies.
After setting himself apart as one of the ‘Big 3’ throughout most of the NASCAR Cup Series season, reigning series champion Martin Truex Jr. is in danger of falling out of playoffs.
Martin Truex Jr. believes he has a good chance to repeat as Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion regardless of the future of his team.
There was a lot of speculation - both good and bad - about what to expect with the race on the Roval at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Our NASCAR team dissects the chaos that ensued at the Charlotte Roval and takes a look at the recent silly season news.
Martin Truex Jr. had the win slapped out of his grasp when Jimmie Johnson spun and collected him in the final lap of the Bank of America Roval 400 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Jimmie Johnson’s playoff future was on the line but it was the win that he was thinking about the most.
The first NASCAR Cup Series race on the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval produced a dramatic finish with a first-time winner this season.
Martin Truex Jr. believes NASCAR fans have only gotten a taste of the craziness the Roval course at Charlotte Motor Speedway could produce this weekend.
At the inaugural running of the Charlotte Roval, the field of 16 playoff drivers will be trimmed down to 12. So which four are on the outside looking in entering the final race of Round 1?
Reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion Martin Truex Jr. clinched a spot in the next round of playoffs with a podium finish at Richmond (Va.) Raceway.
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Martin Truex Jr. completed a sweep of both stages, leading every green-flag lap to earn the Stage 2 victory at Richmond (Va.) Raceway.
Martin Truex Jr. couldn’t hide his frustration after finishing third in the playoff opener at Las Vegas, despite appearing to have the best car in the field.
Kenny Bruce takes an in-depth look at the 16 drivers who will battle for the 2018 NASCAR Cup Series championship.
Martin Truex Jr. remained stoic following his early exit from the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis, his first race for the #78 Furniture Row Racing team since the announcement this week that it will close its doors at the end of the season.
With the final race of the regular season just ahead and the news that Furniture Row Racing would be shutting down, there's plenty to discuss on this week's edition of the NASCAR Roundtable.
Reigning Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Martin Truex Jr. will move to Joe Gibbs Racing next season, Motorsport.com has learned.
The reigning NASCAR Cup Series champions will cease operations at the conclusion of the 2018 season due to a "lack of necessary funding."
A costly pit road miscue and Kyle Larson’s pit strategy combined to produce a frustrating Southern 500 for Martin Truex Jr.
Defending NASCAR Cup Series champion Martin Truex Jr. was running second in the final stage of the Bristol Night Race when he spun after contact with Kyle Busch, ending his night.
Martin Truex Jr. says he has no plans to retire anytime soon but that doesn’t mean his immediate future is mapped out.
It’s been said a team has to be perfect this season in the NASCAR Cup Series to beat one of the “Big 3,” but it also appears they need to be perfect to beat each other.