Martin Truex Jr. Wins 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Nov. 19, 2017) – Following a long and winding road, Martin Truex Jr. finally owns the biggest prize in motorsports. The driver of the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota capped off a dominant season in fitting fashion –by capturing the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship with a stirring victory in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

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Is Martin Truex Jr. the New King of the Mile-and-a-Half?

Jimmie Johnson who? Remember the good old days when the Chase was stacked with mile-and-a-half tracks that seemed to suit Jimmie Jonson? He rode that Chase format and those tracks to seven Cup titles. We may have had a preview of the 2017 playoffs formerly called the Chase at Chicago where Martin Truex, Jr spanked the field for his first playoff win. Truex and Kyle Busch started on the front row and Busch held the lead for most of the first stage, which he won. But then things took a…

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Track Trash – Chi Town

Outstanding racing at Chicagoland, and let’s hope this is a slice of what’s to come.  Several cars were able to come from the back to an up-front position, which provided us with a great race.

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At Chicagoland, Chase Elliott Wins For The Third Time In 2014

On a rare weekend off for the Cup drivers, Chase Elliott took to the stage and won his third Nationwide race of the year at Chicagoland on Saturday night. Driving for JR Motorsports, Elliott took the points lead over teammate Regan Smith, who finished the race 16th. Elliott also leads all Nationwide drivers with those 3 wins.

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