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Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Lee Truex Jr. (born June 29, 1980) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR

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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Martin Lee Truex Jr.Truex Jr. at the 2015 Toyota/Save Mart 350BornMartin Lee Truex Jr.
(1980-06-29) June 29, 1980 (age 38)
Mayetta, New JerseyHeight5 ft 11 in (180 cm)Weight180 lb (82 kg)Achievements2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Champion
2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Regular Season Champion
2004, 2005 NASCAR Busch Series Champion
2016 Coca-Cola 600 winner
2016 Southern 500 winner
2007, 2010 NASCAR All-Star Race Open winnerAwards2004, 2005 Busch Series Most Popular Driver
2018 ESPY award winner for Best DriverMonster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career476 races run over 15 yearsCar no., teamNo. 19 (Joe Gibbs Racing)2018 position2ndBest finish1st (2017)First race2004 Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500 (Atlanta)Last race2018 Ford EcoBoost 400 (Homestead)First win2007 Autism Speaks 400 (Dover)Last win2018 Quaker State 400 (Kentucky) Wins Top tens Poles 19 180 19 NASCAR Xfinity Series career103 races run over 10 years2010 position51stBest finish1st (2004, 2005)First race2001 MBNA.com 200 (Dover)Last race2010 Ford 300 (Homestead)First win2004 Sharpie Professional 250 (Bristol)Last win2006 Aaron's 312 (Talladega) Wins Top tens Poles 13 61 10 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career2 races run over 2 years2006 position85thBest finish77th (2005)First race2005 Toyota Tundra Milwaukee 200 (Milwaukee)Last race2006 Con-way Freight 200 (Michigan) Wins Top tens Poles 0 0 0 Statistics current as of November 11, 2018.

Martin Lee Truex Jr. (born June 29, 1980) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 19 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. He is the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion and a two-time NASCAR Xfinity Series champion; having won the title in 2004 and 2005. His younger brother, Ryan, is a champion in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East division and currently races in the Xfinity Series, while his cousin Curtis raced for JR Motorsports.

Contents
  • 1 Early career
  • 2 NASCAR
    • 2.1 2001–2005: Busch Series
    • 2.2 2006–2008: Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
    • 2.3 2009: Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing
    • 2.4 2010–2013: Michael Waltrip Racing
      • 2.4.1 2010–2011
      • 2.4.2 2012
      • 2.4.3 2013
    • 2.5 2014–2018: Furniture Row Racing
      • 2.5.1 2014
      • 2.5.2 2015
      • 2.5.3 2016
      • 2.5.4 2017: Championship year
      • 2.5.5 2018
  • 3 Personal life
  • 4 Motorsports career results
    • 4.1 NASCAR
      • 4.1.1 Monster Energy Cup Series
        • 4.1.1.1 Daytona 500
      • 4.1.2 Nationwide Series
      • 4.1.3 Craftsman Truck Series
    • 4.2 International Race of Champions
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
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The son of racer Martin Truex Sr., Martin Jr. began his racing career driving go-karts at the New Egypt Speedway located in Central New Jersey, when it was still a paved track (the track was later switched to dirt). Truex Jr. would make his move to the Modified division at Wall Stadium in 1998, as soon as he was old enough to race a car at the age of 18 (under New Jersey regulations).

In 2000, Truex moved south and rented a home from Dale Earnhardt Jr. in Mooresville, North Carolina, eventually purchasing his own home there. Following in his father's footsteps, he began racing in the Busch North Series (now the K&N Pro Series East). He ran three full seasons (2000 to 2002) and made limited starts in 2003. Truex claimed 13 poles and 5 wins driving his family-owned No. 56 SeaWatch Chevy.

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Find sources: "Martin Truex Jr." – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (December 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) 2001–2005: Busch Series

Truex made his first Busch Series start in 2001 at Dover International Speedway in his father's No. 56 Chevy. He started 19th but finished 38th after an early wreck. In 2002, Truex drove one race for Phoenix Racing at New Hampshire International Speedway, starting thirteenth and finishing twenty-ninth. He ran three races the rest of that season for his father, his best finish seventeenth at Dover.

In 2003, he began the season with his father's team, before he was hired by Dale Earnhardt Jr. to drive his No. 81 Chance 2 Motorsports Chevy. He made his debut with Chance 2 at Richmond International Raceway, where he qualified sixth and led eleven laps before transmission failure forced him to a 31st-place finish. He split time between Chance 2 and his father's team for the balance of the season, except at Dover, where he drove for Stanton Barrett. He had a sixth-place run at Bristol Motor Speedway, and ended the season with two consecutive second-place finishes. He ran a total of ten races that season.

Truex raced full-time for Chance 2 in 2004. At Bristol Motor Speedway, he would earn his first career victory, and he would later add 3 more victories over the next 7 races. This would include a victory at Talladega Superspeedway which broke his car owner's streak of winning restrictor plate races in the Busch Series, and a victory at the final NASCAR event held at Nazareth Speedway. He took the lead in the championship after Nazareth, but lost it to rookie Kyle Busch a few races later. However, a series of top 5s and top 10s in the second half of the season would allow Truex to pull away from Busch, clinching the Busch Series championship with a race to spare.

While on his way to that championship, Truex made an appearance in the Nextel Cup Series as a relief driver to Dale Earnhardt Jr., who'd suffered burns in a sports car accident. Truex started his first career Cup race for Dale Earnhardt, Inc. (DEI) in the No. 1 at Atlanta Motor Speedway later that year, qualifying 33rd and finishing 37th.

Truex stayed in the Busch Series to defend his championship in 2005, winning the title for the second season in a row. He won the first Busch Series points race held outside the United States, in Mexico, as well as defending his wins at Talladega and Dover International Speedway. He took his first win at Daytona International Speedway on July 1, 2005.

2006–2008: Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 2008 Sprint Cup car

In 2006, Truex moved to the No. 1 DEI Chevy full-time in the Nextel Cup Series. He had two Top 5 finishes and finished 19th in points. Truex got his first win of the 2007 season in the NASCAR Nextel All-Star Open, securing a spot in the 2007 Nextel All-Star Challenge, where he finished 10th.

A few weeks later, he won the Autism Speaks 400, scoring his first Sprint Cup Series win with an interval of seven seconds between pole sitter Ryan Newman and himself, even though he led over half of the race—219 of the 400 laps.

This victory led to a jump in overall points advancing him to 13th, followed by a third-place finish at Pocono Raceway and a second-place finish at Michigan. With a 15th-place finish in the Chevy Rock and Roll 400, Truex clinched a spot in his first Chase for the Sprint Cup and finished 11th in points at season's end. He did not go to victory lane in 2008, but he did have 11 Top 10s and finished 15th in points.

2009: Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing

At the beginning of the 2009 season, Dale Earnhardt, Inc. merged into Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates and was renamed Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates. The move was in effect a closing of DEI, and Truex's #1 moved to Ganassi to replace the defunct #41 of Reed Sorenson. Truex began the year by winning the pole for the Daytona 500. Later in the season, Truex had claimed two more pole positions at Atlanta and Phoenix, following his first pole since 2007 at Texas.[1]

2009 would be Truex Jr.'s lone season with Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing, as he departed following the season and was replaced by Jamie McMurray.[2][3]

2010–2013: Michael Waltrip Racing This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) 2010–2011 2011 Sprint Cup car following an accident at Martinsville

At the conclusion of the 2009 season, Truex left Earnhardt Ganassi Racing to drive the No. 56 Toyota Camry for Michael Waltrip Racing, receiving owner points from the No. 55 car formerly driven by Waltrip. The No. 56 was the number Martin's father drove in during his time in the Grand National Division and is considered the "family number". In his first race for Michael Waltrip Racing, Truex finished sixth in the Daytona 500.

After the series of setbacks the following 3 weeks with a blown engine and accidents, he fell back to 24th in the point standings, but in the next 7 races after finishing in the top 12 5 times and all top 19 finishes, he would gain to 13th in the point standings. At Dover, he earned his 5th career pole. Truex won the All Star Showdown at Charlotte thereby earning the 1st transfer spot for the All Star Race which he finished 2nd in from a 19th (out of 21) starting spot. Truex would go on to finish the 2010 season 22nd in the point standings with 1 top 5 finish and 7 top 10 finishes.

At Martinsville the following year in 2011, a stuck throttle caused Truex to make contact with Kasey Kahne, resulting in a large wreck; Truex hit the wall hard head on and his car flew on fire for a few seconds as Kahne hit the wall in his car's rear. Truex climbed out instantly and went to check on Kahne who received standing ovation as he climbed out uninjured. Truex then left with officials to the care center. He said the wreck was his hardest of his career and both Truex and Kahne were released with normal symptoms. The next week officials told him his wreck was the hardest crash at Martinsville. Truex won another pole at Dover International Raceway. Truex ran well in most of the races but often struggled to finish the races off. He was docked 25 points because of a windshield violation in the fall Talladega race. He ended the season 18th in points, with 3 top 5s and 12 top 10s.[citation needed]

2012

Truex started 2012 well, winning a $200,000 bonus and finishing 7th in the Daytona 500. He finally hit his stride in Texas, winning the pole and leading 69 laps. The following week at Kansas he started sixth and flat-out dominated the race, leading 173 of 267 laps but falling short to Denny Hamlin. At Atlanta he led 40 of the final 46 laps, but ultimately fell short to Hamlin again when he was forced to pit under a late race caution for fuel, ending up fourth. Truex finished 21st, however he had a spot clinched in the chase, and ultimately made it in. He ended up 11th in the points, with 0 wins, 7 top 5s and 19 top 10s.[4]

2013 Truex's 2013 Sprint Cup car at Texas Motor Speedway

Truex had an up and down 2013 season. He had a few top five finishes in the early races. His first best run of 2013 was Texas, when he led during the final 55 laps of the race but ended up losing to Kyle Busch. Truex also had low notes, including an accident at Martinsville and a blown engine at Dover. The highlight of the season was at Sonoma, when Truex broke a 218 race winless streak, starting 14th on the starting grid and working his way up to win by over eight seconds over Jeff Gordon. Truex's 218 race winless streak is second only to Bill Elliott, who went winless in 226 races between 1994 and 2001. It is only the second time a car numbered No. 56 won in NASCAR's highest division, the first being Jim Hurtubise in a 1966 Atlanta race.

Returning to Bristol, Truex was involved in a wreck on Lap 448 where his car hit an inside wall at an angle that he broke his right wrist; he continued racing in spite of wearing a cast on his right wrist.[5] At Atlanta, despite nursing a broken wrist, Truex finished third to Kyle Busch and Joey Logano.

In the final regular season race at Richmond, Truex was in the midst of a fierce battle for the final Wildcard spot, eventually coming out over Ryan Newman by a tiebreaker. As Newman and Truex each had one win, the Wildcard spot went to Truex, for having a better number of top-five finishes than Newman; however on Monday evening, it was announced that due to MWR having attempted to manipulate the results of the race, points penalties were assessed - 50 points for Truex, Clint Bowyer and Brian Vickers each - that resulted in Truex being bumped from the Chase and Newman and Jeff Gordon being added to the Chase field, as well as probation for all 3 crew chiefs, suspension of Ty Norris, and a $300,000 fine.[6] In the final 10 races of the season, Truex had 4 top 10 finishes, which included a top 5 run at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

2014–2018: Furniture Row Racing 2014

On October 14, 2013, it was announced that Michael Waltrip Racing's No. 56 would become a research and development team in 2014, and later was spun off.[7][8] Truex was told he could offer his services as a driver to other teams, and on October 17 it was confirmed that for the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season Truex would move to Furniture Row Racing and drive the No. 78 Chevrolet being vacated by Kurt Busch.[9] When the deal was formally announced on November 1, 2013, before the Texas race, it was announced that Furniture Row had also signed on all of the members of Truex's MWR pit crew.[10]

Truex's 2014 season started with an outside pole qualifying run for the Daytona 500, Furniture Row Racing's first front row start in the 500. However, Truex's engine failed on lap 31.[11]

Truex did poorly in the spring but rebounded with 4 top tens in the later part of the season. He only led a single lap (at Talladega in the October race) and finished 24th in the final points.

2015 Truex Jr. at the 2015 Daytona 500.

Prior to the 2015 season, crew chief Todd Berrier was released and replaced with rookie crew chief Cole Pearn.

Truex's season began on a high note. He led the most laps of the Sprint Unlimited (28 of 75). He led late but after a late-race red flag period erased his 5-second lead on Joey Logano, Truex lost his rhythm and finished second to Matt Kenseth. In a post-race interview an emotional Truex said "We needed this. The race was over once Kenseth pulled away from me. But we needed this. After the last year and a half that I've had this satisfies a lot."

Truex continued his good momentum, finishing in the top ten in 14 of the first 15 races including a runner-up at Las Vegas. His only poor finish during this period was a 29th-place finish at Bristol, seven laps down, after being swept up in a late race accident. At Kansas, Truex led the most laps (95), but a late caution killed his chances as he slipped back to 9th on the last restart, and he was unable to make up enough ground to catch Jimmie Johnson.

At the Coca-Cola 600, Truex led the most laps (131 of 400), but with 20 laps to go he had to make a late race fuel stop and finished 5th. At Dover, Truex led the most laps again (131 of 405), but a poor restart caused him to slide back to seventh and cost him the race to Johnson.

Truex Jr. racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in 2015

At Pocono, Truex started third, and ran up front for most of the race, leading 97 of 160 laps. On the last restart, he managed to pull away to a 1.8-second lead on Kevin Harvick to take the checkered flag in first place. For Truex, this snapped a 69 race winless streak, and was also the fourth straight points race in which he led the most laps. It was the second win for Furniture Row Racing and the first for crew chief Cole Pearn.

With a third-place finish in a rain shortened Michigan race, Truex became the first driver since Richard Petty in 1969 to start a Cup season with 14 top-10 finishes through the first 15 races. At Sonoma, Truex was running in the top 20 until shortly after the first restart, when David Ragan turned him in the esses, which saw Truex crash into a jersey barrier, resulting in a 42nd-place finish.[12] At Daytona, Truex was running up front until he was caught up in a crash on lap 106, relegating him to a 38th-place finish. Despite a string of bad races, Truex nonetheless made the Chase for the Sprint Cup and advanced through the first 2 rounds of the Chase. He also advanced to the final four at Homestead-Miami and went on to finish 4th in the final standings, a then-career best for both FRR and for Truex.

2016

Truex started the 2016 season qualifying 28th for the Daytona 500 and ran up front for most of the day. On the last lap of the Daytona 500, he was positioned behind race leader Matt Kenseth. Heading into turn 3 Denny Hamlin got a big run on Kenseth and tried to pass him but Matt went up to block Hamlin but nearly wrecked in the process and ended up losing the draft leaving Truex as the leading car. After a ferocious race to the finish line Truex losing by 0.010 seconds to Denny Hamlin in the closest Daytona 500 finish in history.

Truex dominated at Texas, leading 141 of 334 laps but lost after not making a pit stop with less than 39 laps to go. At Kansas in May, Truex won his first pole of the year and first pole in 147 races in Sprint Cup at Kansas for the running of the Go Bowling 400. Truex led a race high 172 laps but a loose wheel relegated him to a 14th-place finish. He won his second pole of the season for the Coca-Cola 600. On May 29—Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, 2016—Truex dominated, leading a record 392 of 400 laps in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, surpassing the old record of 335 laps set by Jim Paschal in 1967. The win was Truex's first of 2016, clinching a place in the Chase for the Sprint Cup at end-of-season. He led the race for 588 miles, the most miles led by any driver in any NASCAR race ever.[13][14]

On September 4, in the Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway, Truex won his second race of the year. With 20 laps to go Truex Jr. was on point with Kevin Harvick and Kyle Larson chasing from behind. With 19 laps to go Harvick and Larson found themselves five seconds behind the leader when a caution came out for a hard wreck by the No. 43 machine. With 17 laps to go the field hit pit road for the final time with Truex Jr. winning the battle off pit road. The final restart came with 12 laps to go and immediately Harvick and Larson battled quickly before Harvick eventually took second and then set sail to catch Truex. Luckily For Truex, however, Harvick could not match the number 78 car and Truex would go on to win the Southern 500.[15]

2016 became his first multi-win season of his career. Truex would advance to the next round of the Chase at Chicagoland. Truex led 32 of the final 50 laps and appeared set to finish second behind Chase Elliott. After a caution with 10 laps left erased Elliott's 3-second lead, Truex and Elliott pitted. Truex used advantage of his fresh tires and got by rookie Ryan Blaney on the final restart, winning the race, his third win of the season. At New Hampshire, Truex had a great car all day and would lead the most laps but towards the end his tires would wear, and a few late race cautions came out so he would lose the lead, eventually, Kevin Harvick would win and Truex would finish 7th.

The next week, coming back to Dover, Truex would once again have a great car and would lead the most laps, and would get his 4th win of the season and 7th win of his career after the other dominant driver Jimmie Johnson had a pit road mistake and would be advanced into round 2 of the Chase after his Chicagoland win. He would eventually get eliminated in the Round of 12 after his engine blew up in the elimination race at Talladega and some poor performances in the Round of 12.

2017: Championship year Truex during qualifying for the 2017 Toyota/Save Mart 350

Truex started the 2017 season off by winning the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. This was Toyota's first win of the season with the new 2018 Camry and Truex's first career win at Las Vegas. He also became the first driver to win all three stages of the new stage format that was introduced for 2017.[16]

At Kansas in May 2017, Truex started 4th. The race was primarily a duel between him and Ryan Blaney. Truex held off Blaney, Kevin Harvick, and a hard-charging Brad Keselowski on three restarts to win the race. At Charlotte, he led the most laps once again, becoming only the second man to lead the most laps in three straight Coca-Cola 600 races, yet only winning one. He tied Darrell Waltrip's record. At Michigan, he won 2 more stage wins, becoming the first and fastest person to ever win 10 stage wins, where nobody else has won more than four, or any other team's combined stage wins.[17] In July, Truex captured his third win of the season, dominating the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway. He again won all three stages, leading 152 of 267 laps. With two laps to go, Truex had a 14-second lead before a late caution set up an overtime finish. Despite each of the other seven cars pitting during the caution, Truex held off Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson on older tires before a wreck behind the lead pack brought out a race-ending caution.

Truex took home his fourth win of the season in August winning the I Love New York 355 at The Glen, capturing his first win at Watkins Glen International Speedway. After finishing 2nd in the first two segments of the race, Truex took the lead with 36 laps to go from Brad Keselowski, but relinquished the top two spots to Keselowski and Ryan Blaney to save fuel. The strategy paid off, as Keselowski went to pit road with five laps remaining, while Blaney went one lap later, giving Truex the lead. He was able to make it to the finish, holding off Matt Kenseth as he was running out of fuel for his second career road course victory. It was an emotional win for the #78 team, as Pollex returned to victory lane with Truex after missing the Kentucky win due to a cancer recurrence, while his crew chief Cole Pearn helped earn the win while coping with the loss of his best friend, Jacob Damen.

Two races later at the 2017 Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway, Truex had a chance to clinch the first regular season title in NASCAR history if he left with a points lead of 120 points or greater. However, Truex struggled during the early stages of the race and finished 21st[18]

Following an off-week, Truex raced in the Bojangles Southern 500 at Darlington with another chance to wrap up the regular season crown a week before the finale at Richmond. In stage one, Truex ran down Kyle Larson with under a lap to go to win his 16th stage of the year. The exciting finish earned him his 35th playoff point of the season. After being behind both Larson and Denny Hamlin early in the second stage, Truex was able to find the lead, and took the stage victory under caution after an accident occurred with three laps to go. The stage win also clinched Truex the regular season championship, and the additional 15 playoff points that go with the title. Truex seemed to have optimal timing again near the finish, springing to the lead shortly after the final exchange of pit stops in the closing 102-lap run of green-flag racing. However, Denny Hamlin gradually chopped into the lead, setting up a potential classic contest for the lead. With three laps to go, Truex’s tire gave way, allowing Hamlin to scoot by and grab his second win of the season. Despite this, Truex clinched the regular season championship.[19]

Before being awarded the regular season championship at Richmond, Truex dominated the Federated Auto Parts 400 leading 50% of the race. However, his race derailed when Denny Hamlin wrecked him on the final restart. Truex, though clinching the regular season championship, expressed discontent with 1990 Daytona 500 champion, Derrike Cope who caused a caution that changed the outcome of the race, leading up to the wreck. The regular season championship was Truex's first top-level championship in his Cup Series career.

Truex started the playoffs on a high note, winning the first race of the playoffs, and his 5th win of the season at Chicagoland Speedway despite a pit road speeding penalty early in the race. With that win, this allowed Truex to secure a spot for the Round of 12. He later earned himself a 5th-place finish at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, although being involved in a 8-car pileup with minor damage midway through the race.

To start off the Round of 12, Truex scored his 6th win of the season at Charlotte after leading 91 out of 334 laps to secure a spot for the Round of 8. Just two weeks later, he scored another win at Kansas despite having a restart violation early in the race, that win extends his active win streak in 1.5 mile tracks to 4, a NASCAR record.[20] The next week, Truex came second to Kevin Harvick in Texas Fall race, snapping the streak at the final 1.5. mile track race in the season. After the Texas chase race, Truex made the final four in the playoffs by points. He ultimately won the final race at Miami, becoming the 2017 champion, and won 20 of 108 stages, capping off one of the most dominant seasons in recent history.

2018

Truex started off the season with an 18th-place finish at the 2018 Daytona 500, after being caught up in a late race wreck. For the next few weeks, Truex picked up top five finishes for the next five straight races, including two poles, and a win at California. He continued this consistency with wins at Pocono, Sonoma, and Kentucky and 15 top-fives during the regular season. Truex added four top-five finishes during the Playoffs and made the Championship 4 for the second year in a row. He finished second at Homestead and in the points standings.

On September 4, 2018, It was announced that Furniture Row Racing will be folding the No. 78 team following the conclusion of the 2018 season. On November 7, 2018, with Furniture Row Racing closing at the end of 2018, it was announced Truex and crew chief Cole Pearn signed a deal with Joe Gibbs Racing to drive the No. 19 starting in the 2019 season, replacing Daniel Suárez and crew chief Dave Rogers.[21]

Personal life

Truex was born in Trenton, New Jersey, and grew up in the Mayetta section of Stafford Township, New Jersey.[22] He graduated from Southern Regional High School in 1998. His father, Martin Truex Sr., was a former race winner in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, then called the NASCAR Busch North Series. His younger brother, Ryan, is a former champion in the K&N Pro Series East, and was a contender for 2014 Rookie of the Year in Sprint Cup.

Truex and his girlfriend Sherry Pollex have been together since 2005. In 2007, they started the Martin Truex Jr. Foundation to support children with pediatric cancer.[23] In 2014, Pollex was diagnosed with Stage III ovarian cancer.[23]

In January 2007, Truex was charged with disorderly conduct after being spotted urinating on his car in a public parking garage by a police officer. Truex, who had been drinking at a bar with members of his team, was fined $100 and issued a public apology.[24]

Truex is an avid fan of the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL, the Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL, the Philadelphia Phillies of the Major League Baseball, and the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association .[25][26]

Motorsports career results NASCAR

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

Monster Energy Cup Series Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series results Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 MENCC Pts 2004 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 1 Chevy DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX MAR TAL CAL RCH CLT DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA POC IND GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH NHA
DNQ DOV TAL KAN CLT MAR ATL
37 PHO DAR HOM
32 70th 119 2005 DAY
34 CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR TEX PHO TAL
21 DAR RCH CLT
7 DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA POC IND
42 GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH NHA DOV TAL
28 KAN CLT MAR ATL
40 TEX
15 PHO HOM 47th 589 2006 DAY
16 CAL
15 LVS
20 ATL
19 BRI
38 MAR
19 TEX
8 PHO
22 TAL
36 RCH
41 DAR
14 CLT
21 DOV
22 POC
24 MCH
15 SON
16 DAY
29 CHI
19 NHA
18 POC
10 IND
19 GLN
28 MCH
30 BRI
18 CAL
18 RCH
40 NHA
22 DOV
6 KAN
11 TAL
5 CLT
31 MAR
36 ATL
37 TEX
14 PHO
12 HOM
2 19th 3673 2007 DAY
29 CAL
42 LVS
12 ATL
8 BRI
37 MAR
29 TEX
7 PHO
20 TAL
10 RCH
28 DAR
11 CLT
16 DOV
1* POC
3 MCH
2 SON
24 NHA
3 DAY
13 CHI
39 IND
12 POC
22 GLN
6 MCH
2 BRI
11 CAL
6 RCH
15 NHA
5 DOV
13 KAN
38 TAL
42 CLT
17 MAR
19 ATL
31* TEX
3 PHO
7 HOM
6 11th 6164 2008 DAY
20 CAL
6 LVS
15 ATL
21 BRI
13 MAR
21 TEX
36 PHO
8 TAL
37 RCH
5 DAR
14 CLT
34 DOV
6 POC
17 MCH
17 SON
16 NHA
4 DAY
17 CHI
9 IND
24 POC
15 GLN
5 MCH
16 BRI
35 CAL
19 RCH
16 NHA
7 DOV
20 KAN
43 TAL
41 CLT
14 MAR
10 ATL
15 TEX
8 PHO
43 HOM
10 15th 3839 2009 Earnhardt Ganassi Racing DAY
11 CAL
27 LVS
32 ATL
10 BRI
26 MAR
29 TEX
25 PHO
7 TAL
33 RCH
22 DAR
6 CLT
23 DOV
21 POC
18 MCH
26 SON
25 NHA
37 DAY
25 CHI
16 IND
17 POC
19 GLN
28 MCH
21 BRI
22 ATL
26* RCH
39 NHA
19 DOV
33 KAN
16 CAL
22 CLT
9 MAR
28 TAL
31 TEX
14 PHO
5 HOM
9 23rd 3503 2010 Michael Waltrip Racing 56 Toyota DAY
6 CAL
39 LVS
20 ATL
27 BRI
12 MAR
5 PHO
17 TEX
9 TAL
12 RCH
7 DAR
19 DOV
12 CLT
23 POC
25 MCH
17 SON
42 NHA
22 DAY
35 CHI
11 IND
26 POC
9 GLN
15 MCH
8 BRI
17 ATL
12 RCH
22 NHA
20 DOV
34 KAN
20 CAL
18 CLT
15 MAR
29 TAL
6 TEX
38 PHO
15 HOM
11 22nd 3916 2011 DAY
19 PHO
14 LVS
6 BRI
17 CAL
21 MAR
40 TEX
35 TAL
13 RCH
27 DAR
10 DOV
8 CLT
26 KAN
20 POC
10 MCH
26 SON
8 DAY
35 KEN
18 NHA
8 IND
24 POC
12 GLN
4 MCH
19 BRI
2 ATL
14 RCH
30 CHI
18 NHA
16 DOV
30 KAN
36 CLT
23 TAL
10 MAR
8 TEX
8 PHO
20 HOM
3 18th 937 2012 DAY
12 PHO
7 LVS
17 BRI
3 CAL
8 MAR
5 TEX
6 KAN
2* RCH
25 TAL
28 DAR
5 CLT
12 DOV
7 POC
20 MCH
12 SON
22 KEN
8 DAY
17 NHA
11 IND
8 POC
3 GLN
10 MCH
10 BRI
11 ATL
4 RCH
21 CHI
9 NHA
17 DOV
6 TAL
13 CLT
10 KAN
2 MAR
23 TEX
13 PHO
43 HOM
6 11th 2299 2013 DAY
24 PHO
36 LVS
8 BRI
12 CAL
18 MAR
40 TEX
2 KAN
4 RCH
17 TAL
7 DAR
12 CLT
9 DOV
38 POC
23 MCH
3 SON
1* KEN
7 DAY
41 NHA
16 IND
11 POC
15 GLN
3 MCH
16 BRI
35 ATL
3 RCH
7 CHI
18 NHA
10 DOV
15 KAN
19 CLT
22 TAL
8 MAR
16 TEX
14 PHO
8 HOM
4 16th 998 2014 Furniture Row Racing 78 Chevy DAY
43 PHO
22 LVS
14 BRI
36 CAL
23 MAR
21 TEX
18 DAR
27 RCH
10 TAL
17 KAN
21 CLT
25 DOV
6 POC
9 MCH
37 SON
15 KEN
19 DAY
15 NHA
12 IND
25 POC
32 GLN
13 MCH
36 BRI
20 ATL
23 RCH
25 CHI
14 NHA
12 DOV
7 KAN
4 CLT
14 TAL
27 MAR
38 TEX
19 PHO
12 HOM
17 24th 857 2015 DAY
8 ATL
6 LVS
2 PHO
7 CAL
8 MAR
6 TEX
9 BRI
29 RCH
10 TAL
5 KAN
9* CLT
5* DOV
6* POC
1* MCH
3 SON
42 DAY
38 KEN
17 NHA
12 IND
4 POC
19 GLN
25 MCH
3 BRI
28 DAR
9 RCH
32 CHI
13 NHA
8 DOV
11 CLT
3 KAN
15 TAL
7 MAR
6 TEX
8 PHO
14 HOM
12 4th 5032 2016 Toyota DAY
2 ATL
7 LVS
11 PHO
14 CAL
32 MAR
18 TEX
6* BRI
14 RCH
9 TAL
13 KAN
14* DOV
9 CLT
1* POC
19 MCH
12 SON
5 DAY
29 KEN
10 NHA
16 IND
8 POC
38 GLN
7 BRI
23 MCH
20 DAR
1 RCH
3* CHI
1 NHA
7* DOV
1* CLT
13 KAN
11 TAL
40 MAR
7 TEX
3 PHO
40 HOM
36 11th 2271 2017 DAY
13 ATL
8 LVS
1* PHO
11 CAL
4 MAR
16 TEX
8 BRI
8 RCH
10 TAL
35 KAN
1* CLT
3* DOV
3 POC
6 MCH
6 SON
37* DAY
34 KEN
1* NHA
3* IND
33 POC
3 GLN
1* MCH
2 BRI
21 DAR
8 RCH
20* CHI
1 NHA
5 DOV
4 CLT
1 TAL
23 KAN
1 MAR
2 TEX
2* PHO
3 HOM
1 1st 5040 2018 DAY
18 ATL
5 LVS
4 PHO
5 CAL
1* MAR
4 TEX
37 BRI
30 RCH
14* TAL
26 DOV
4 KAN
2 CLT
2 POC
1 MCH
18 SON
1* CHI
4 DAY
2 KEN
1* NHA
4 POC
15 GLN
2 MCH
14 BRI
30 DAR
11 IND
40 LVS
3* RCH
3* CLT
14 DOV
15 TAL
23 KAN
5 MAR
3 TEX
9 PHO
14 HOM
2 2nd 5035 Daytona 500 Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish 2005 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 10 34 2006 19 16 2007 13 29 2008 25 20 2009 Earnhardt Ganassi Racing 1 11 2010 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota 14 6 2011 20 19 2012 26 12 2013 37 24 2014 Furniture Row Racing Chevrolet 2 43 2015 10 8 2016 Toyota 28 2 2017 35 13 2018 24 18 Nationwide Series NASCAR Nationwide Series results Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 NNSC Pts 2001 Truex Motorsports 56 Chevy DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX NSH TAL CAL RCH NHA NZH CLT DOV KEN MLW GLN CHI GTY PPR IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV
38 KAN CLT MEM PHO CAR HOM
DNQ 133rd 49 2002 Phoenix Racing 1 Chevy DAY CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX NSH TAL CAL RCH NHA
29 NZH CLT 65th 370 Truex Motorsports 56 Chevy DOV
17 NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI GTY PPR IRP MCH BRI DAR HOM
23 58 RCH
DNQ DOV
25 KAN CLT MEM ATL CAR PHO 2003 DAY CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX TAL NSH
15 CAL KEN
21 MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR IRP
21 MCH 40th 1228 Chance 2 Motorsports 81 Chevy RCH
31 GTY NZH CLT DOV
18 NSH BRI
6 DAR RCH DOV
DNQ KAN Stanton Barrett Motorsports 91 Chevy DOV
13 Dale Earnhardt, Inc 8 Chevy CLT
17 MEM ATL PHO CAR
2 HOM
2 2004 Chance 2 Motorsports 81 Chevy DAY
28 1st 5173 8 CAR
2 LVS
14 DAR
4 BRI
1 TEX
10 NSH
23 TAL
1 CAL
13 GTY
1 RCH
7 NZH
1 CLT
14 DOV
2 NSH
2 KEN
6 MLW
9 DAY
3 CHI
14 NHA
11 PPR
5 IRP
4 MCH
3 BRI
7 CAL
6 RCH
3 DOV
1 KAN
30 CLT
6 MEM
1 ATL
9 PHO
3 DAR
4 HOM
9 2005 DAY
4 CAL
30 MXC
1 LVS
16 ATL
11 NSH
14 BRI
31 TEX
35 PHO
9 TAL
1 DAR
3 RCH
38 CLT
7 DOV
1 NSH
5 KEN
2 MLW
2 DAY
1 CHI
7 NHA
1 PPR
4 GTY
26 IRP
1 GLN
5 MCH
4 BRI
6 CAL
15 RCH
27 DOV
12 KAN
9 CLT
11 MEM
3 TEX
11 PHO
6 HOM
7 1st 4937 2006 DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI TEX NSH PHO TAL
1 RCH DAR CLT
5 DOV NSH KEN MLW DOV
30 KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 50th 835 JR Motorsports 88 Chevy DAY
8 CHI
16 NHA MAR GTY IRP GLN
6 MCH BRI CAL RCH 2007 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 11 Chevy DAY
6 CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI NSH TEX PHO TAL
41 RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP CGV GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH 84th 370 8 DOV
2 KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 2008 DAY
11 CAL LVS ATL 100th 175 JR Motorsports 5 Chevy BRI
41 NSH TEX PHO MXC TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP CGV GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 2009 Phoenix Racing 1 Chevy DAY CAL LVS BRI TEX NSH PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP IOW GLN MCH BRI CGV ATL RCH
6 DOV
16 KAN CAL CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 88th 265 2010 Diamond-Waltrip Racing 00 Toyota DAY CAL LVS BRI NSH PHO TEX TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT NSH KEN ROA NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP IOW GLN MCH BRI CGV ATL RCH DOV KAN
5 CLT
2 GTY PHO
34 51st 771 99 CAL
25 TEX
5 HOM
12 Craftsman Truck Series NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series results Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NCTC Pts 2005 Billy Ballew Motorsports 15 Chevy DAY CAL ATL MAR GTY MFD CLT DOV TEX MCH MLW
15 KAN KEN MEM IRP NSH BRI RCH NHA LVS MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 77th 106 2006 51 DAY CAL ATL MAR GTY CLT MFD DOV TEX MCH
34 MLW KAN KEN MEM IRP NSH BRI NHA LVS TAL MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 85th 61

* Season still in progress
1 Ineligible for series points

International Race of Champions

(key) (Bold – Pole position. * – Most laps led.)

International Race of Champions results Year Make 1 2 3 4 Pos. Points 2005 Pontiac DAY
2 TEX
4 RCH
5 ATL
1* 2nd 68 2006 DAY
5 TEX
3 DAY
6 ATL
1 3rd 57 References
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External links
  • Official website
  • Martin Truex Jr. driver statistics at Racing-Reference
Sporting positions Preceded by
Brian Vickers NASCAR Busch Series champion
2004, 2005 Succeeded by
Kevin Harvick Preceded by
Jimmie Johnson Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion
2017 Succeeded by
Joey Logano Achievements Preceded by
Carl Edwards Coca-Cola 600 winner
2016 Succeeded by
Austin Dillon Awards Preceded by
Lewis Hamilton Best Driver ESPY Award
2018 Succeeded by
Incumbent
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Furniture Row RacingYears active2005-2018Personnel
  • Barney Visser
Former drivers
  • Kurt Busch
  • Erik Jones
  • Joe Nemechek
  • Jerry Robertson
  • Regan Smith
  • Martin Truex Jr.
  • Kenny Wallace
Former crew chiefs
  • Todd Berrier
  • Mike Hillman
  • Cole Pearn
  • Pete Rondeau
NASCAR Cup Championships
  • 2017 (M. Truex)
Coca-Cola 600 wins
  • 2016 (M. Truex)
Southern 500 wins
  • 2011 (R. Smith)
  • 2016 (M. Truex)
Partnerships and affiliations
  • Joe Gibbs Racing
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Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Drivers' Champions   

1949  R. Byron
1950  B. Rexford
1951  H. Thomas
1952  T. Flock
1953  H. Thomas
1954  L. Petty
1955  T. Flock
1956  B. Baker
1957  B. Baker
1958  L. Petty

1959  L. Petty
1960  R. White
1961  N. Jarrett
1962  J. Weatherly
1963  J. Weatherly
1964  R. Petty
1965  N. Jarrett
1966  D. Pearson
1967  R. Petty
1968  D. Pearson

1969  D. Pearson
1970  B. Isaac
1971  R. Petty
1972  R. Petty
1973  B. Parsons
1974  R. Petty
1975  R. Petty
1976  C. Yarborough
1977  C. Yarborough
1978  C. Yarborough

1979  R. Petty
1980  D. Earnhardt
1981  D. Waltrip
1982  D. Waltrip
1983  B. Allison
1984  T. Labonte
1985  D. Waltrip
1986  D. Earnhardt
1987  D. Earnhardt
1988  B. Elliott

1989  R. Wallace
1990  D. Earnhardt
1991  D. Earnhardt
1992  A. Kulwicki
1993  D. Earnhardt
1994  D. Earnhardt
1995  J. Gordon
1996  T. Labonte
1997  J. Gordon
1998  J. Gordon

1999  D. Jarrett
2000  B. Labonte
2001  J. Gordon
2002  T. Stewart
2003  M. Kenseth
2004  Ku. Busch
2005  T. Stewart
2006  J. Johnson
2007  J. Johnson
2008  J. Johnson

2009  J. Johnson
2010  J. Johnson
2011  T. Stewart
2012  B. Keselowski
2013  J. Johnson
2014  K. Harvick
2015  Ky. Busch
2016  J. Johnson
2017  M. Truex Jr.
2018  J. Logano

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Xfinity Series Drivers' Champions   

1982  J. Ingram
1983  S. Ard
1984  S. Ard
1985  J. Ingram
1986  L. Pearson
1987  L. Pearson
1988  T. Ellis

1989  R. Moroso
1990  C. Bown
1991  B. Labonte
1992  J. Nemechek
1993  S. Grissom
1994  D. Green
1995  J. Benson Jr.

1996  R. LaJoie
1997  R. LaJoie
1998  D. Earnhardt Jr.
1999  D. Earnhardt Jr.
2000  J. Green
2001  K. Harvick
2002  G. Biffle

2003  B. Vickers
2004  M. Truex Jr.
2005  M. Truex Jr.
2006  K. Harvick
2007  C. Edwards
2008  C. Bowyer
2009  K. Busch

2010  B. Keselowski
2011  R. Stenhouse Jr.
2012  R. Stenhouse Jr.
2013  A. Dillon
2014  C. Elliott
2015  C. Buescher
2016  D. Suárez

2017  W. Byron
2018  T.Reddick

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Michael Waltrip RacingPersonnel
  • Michael Waltrip
  • Rob Kauffman
  • Steve Hallam
  • Ty Norris
  • Cal Wells
NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Bill Elliott
  • Dale Jarrett
  • Terry Labonte
  • Mark Martin
Former drivers
  • Trevor Bayne
  • Clint Bowyer
  • Bill Elliott
  • Dale Jarrett
  • Terry Labonte
  • Mark Martin
  • Michael McDowell
  • Patty Moise
  • Brett Moffitt
  • David Reutimann
  • Travis Pastrana
  • David Ragan
  • Elliott Sadler
  • Hermie Sadler
  • Scott Speed
  • Martin Truex Jr.
  • Ryan Truex
  • Brian Vickers
  • Kenny Wallace
  • Michael Waltrip
  • Josh Wise
Partnerships and affiliations
  • AF Corse (with sportscar team)
  • Bill Davis Racing
  • JTG Daugherty Racing
  • Identity Ventures Racing
Buyouts and mergers
  • BK Racing
Related articles
  • Spingate
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Dale Earnhardt, Inc.Years active1996-2008Personnel
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Teresa Earnhardt
Former drivers
  • Aric Almirola
  • John Andretti
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Jeffrey Earnhardt
  • Ron Fellows
  • Robby Gordon
  • Jeff Green
  • Jesus Hernandez
  • Ron Hornaday Jr.
  • Jason Keller
  • Mark Martin
  • Paul Menard
  • Steve Park
  • Phil Parsons
  • Regan Smith
  • Martin Truex Jr.
  • Kenny Wallace
  • Darrell Waltrip
  • Michael Waltrip
NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Ron Hornaday Jr.
  • Mark Martin
  • Darrell Waltrip
Busch Series Championships
  • 1998 (Earnhardt Jr.)
  • 1999 (Earnhardt Jr.)
Truck Series Championships
  • 1996 (Hornaday)
  • 1998 (Hornaday)
Daytona 500 wins
  • 2001 (M. Waltrip)
  • 2003 (M. Waltrip)
  • 2004 (Earnhardt Jr.)
The Winston wins
  • 2000 (Earnhardt Jr.)
Buyouts and mergers
  • Ginn Racing (2007)
  • Chip Ganassi Racing (2009)
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  • e
Chance 2 MotorsportsYears active2003-2006Personnel
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Teresa Earnhardt
Former drivers
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Martin Truex Jr.
  • Tony Stewart
Busch Series Championships
  • 2004 (M. Truex)
  • 2005 (M. Truex)
Related teams
  • Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
  • JR Motorsports
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Chip Ganassi RacingPersonnel
  • Chip Ganassi
  • Rob Kauffman
  • Felix Sabates
NASCARMonster Energy Cup SeriesDrivers
  • (1) Jamie McMurray
  • (42) Kyle Larson
Crew chiefs
  • (1) Matt McCall
  • (42) Chad Johnston
Xfinity SeriesDrivers
  • (42) Kyle Larson / Justin Marks / Jamie McMurray / John Hunter Nemechek / Ross Chastain
Crew chiefs
  • (42) Mike Shiplett
IndyCar drivers
  • (9) Scott Dixon
  • (10) Felix Rosenqvist
IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship
  • (66) Dirk Müller, Joey Hand, Sébastien Bourdais
  • (67) Ryan Briscoe, Richard Westbrook, Scott Dixon
FIA World Endurance Championship
  • (66) Billy Johnson, Stefan Mücke, Olivier Pla
  • (67) Tony Kanaan, Andy Priaulx, Harry Tincknell
Former drivers
Stock cars
  • Blaise Alexander
  • Aric Almirola
  • Trevor Bayne
  • Alex Bowman
  • Wally Dallenbach Jr.
  • Dario Franchitti
  • Robby Gordon
  • Jeff Green
  • Bobby Hamilton
  • Kevin Hamlin
  • Ron Hornaday Jr.
  • Ernie Irvan
  • Kenny Irwin Jr.
  • Kyle Krisiloff
  • Dylan Kwasniewski
  • Jason Leffler
  • Sterling Marlin
  • Jeremy Mayfield
  • Casey Mears
  • Juan Pablo Montoya
  • Ted Musgrave
  • Joe Nemechek
  • Kyle Petty
  • Brennan Poole
  • Scott Pruett
  • Tyler Reddick
  • Jay Sauter
  • Ken Schrader
  • Regan Smith
  • Reed Sorenson
  • Jimmy Spencer
  • David Stremme
  • Martin Truex Jr.
  • Kenny Wallace
Indy cars
  • Michael Andretti
  • Kenny Bräck
  • Ryan Briscoe
  • Eddie Cheever
  • Max Chilton
  • Dario Franchitti
  • Robby Gordon
  • Mauricio Gugelmin
  • Bryan Herta
  • Ed Jones
  • Bruno Junqueira
  • Tony Kanaan
  • Sage Karam
  • Charlie Kimball
  • Arie Luyendyk
  • Darren Manning
  • Juan Pablo Montoya
  • Graham Rahal
  • Tony Stewart
  • Jimmy Vasser
  • Jeff Ward
  • Dan Wheldon
  • Alex Zanardi
Other
  • Steve Arpin
  • Brian Deegan
  • Pipo Derani
  • Brendon Hartley
  • Max Papis
  • Scott Pruett
  • Memo Rojas
  • Lance Stroll
  • Alexander Wurz
Indianpolis 500 wins
  • 2000 (Montoya)
  • 2008 (Dixon)
  • 2010 (Franchitti)
  • 2012 (Franchitti)
National Championships (IndyCar)
  • 1996 (Vasser)
  • 1997 (Zanardi)
  • 1998 (Zanardi)
  • 1999 (Montoya)
  • 2003 (Dixon)
  • 2008 (Dixon)
  • 2009 (Franchitti)
  • 2010 (Franchitti)
  • 2011 (Franchitti)
  • 2013 (Dixon)
  • 2015 (Dixon)
  • 2018 (Dixon)
Daytona 500 wins
  • 2010 (McMurray)
Brickyard 400 wins
  • 2010 (McMurray)
Predecessor teams
  • Patrick Racing
  • Team SABCO
Buyouts and mergers
  • Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
Facilities
  • Laurel Hill Tunnel (testing facility)
Partnerships
and affiliations
  • Hendrick Motorsports (NASCAR)
  • Honda Performance Development (IndyCar)
  • Roush-Yates Engines / Multimatic (IMSA/WEC)


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Martin Truex Jr Bass Pro Shops Checkered Flag Sports Jagged Driver Nascar Hat
Martin Truex Jr Bass Pro Shops Checkered Flag Sports Jagged Driver Nascar Hat
The smell of burning rubber, the sound of the engines revving, and the site of 43 of the worlds best drivers about to battle. This can only mean one thing. The 2018 Monster Cup race season is upon us. With that, all of the hottest race fan gear is hitting the shelves. Stand out from the rest with this Jagged driver baseball cap from Checkered Flag. As always, all of our products are officially licensed by NASCAR!

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$19.99



Martin Truex Jr 2017 Bass Pro Shops/Duck Unlimited 1:64
Martin Truex Jr 2017 Bass Pro Shops/Duck Unlimited 1:64
Martin Truex Jr 2017 #78 Duck's Unlimited Toyota 1:64 ARC -

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$14.99



SMI Properties Martin Truex Jr 2018 5-Hour Energy Backstretch NASCAR Crewneck Sweatshirt (XLarge)
SMI Properties Martin Truex Jr 2018 5-Hour Energy Backstretch NASCAR Crewneck Sweatshirt (XLarge)
This officially licensed Martin Truex Jr crewneck sweatshirt features screen-printed graphics of Martin's name, number, and 5-Hour Energy Toyota Camry. The cotton-poly blend construction is perfect for the outdoors or anytime to stay warm.

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$39.99



Wincraft Martin Truex Jr 2018 Bass Pro Shops / 5-Hour Energy Two-Sided 3x5 NASCAR Flag
Wincraft Martin Truex Jr 2018 Bass Pro Shops / 5-Hour Energy Two-Sided 3x5 NASCAR Flag
Officially licensed Martin Truex Jr 3' x 5' flag with grommets. The flag is sewn back to back to allow for right reading on both sides. Fly on a flagpole or hang it on a wall.

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McArthur NASCAR Martin Truex Jr #78 12.5" x 18" Two Sided Vertical Garden Flag
McArthur NASCAR Martin Truex Jr #78 12.5" x 18" Two Sided Vertical Garden Flag
The premium two sided 12.5x18 flag is one ply and right reading on both sides. Sharp unique team graphics on both sides for two flags in ONE. It is soft to the touch & printed in the USA. Perfect outside in the garden or flower bed, while it works great inside to decorate your office cube or man cave.

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$11.99
-$3.00(-20%)



Lionel Racing Martin Truex Jr 2017 Bass Pro Shops Homestead Win 1:24
Lionel Racing Martin Truex Jr 2017 Bass Pro Shops Homestead Win 1:24
2017 Martin Truex #78 Bass Pro Shops Homestead Raced Win 1/24th Scale Diecast Metal Body Plastic Chassis Hood Opens and more Action Racing Collectables

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$98.78


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