Furniture Row Racing
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Defending champion Martin Truex Jr. admits his team’s performance on intermediate tracks is not on par with recent seasons, which could be an issue this weekend at Homestead.
Does Chicagoland Speedway hold the key to winning the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship?
As he leads Furniture Row Racing into its final race, Cole Pearn works to keep the No. 78 Toyota team focused on going out as champions.
Furniture Row Racing owner Barney Visser says his emotions are “all over the board” as he reflects on a very successful NASCAR run.
Furniture Row Racing may be shutting down at season’s end, but it’s going out in style.
The NASCAR team at Motorsport.com answers questions from fans in this week's NASCAR Mailbag.
The “Big 3” have been good this season, but not at their best in the playoffs.
Martin Truex Jr. will likely compete for a second consecutive Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title this season but the route there has been anything but easy.
NASCAR star-turned-TV-commentator Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he’s told Martin Truex before that “he’s too nice” when it comes to short-track racing showdowns.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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."