James Buescher has won on four different courses at Texas Motor Speedway. Now he's looking for a victory on the main track.
With three races left in the NASCAR Truck Series season, Buescher heads to the 1 1/2-mile high-banked Texas track on Friday night as the points leader.
''I couldn't think of a better time to get a win at this track,'' Buescher said Thursday.
By finishing sixth at Martinsville last week, Buescher took over the points lead, by 21 over Ty Dillon. Buescher has been sixth or better the last four races.
Buescher, who is from nearby Plano, has won on the dirt track, one-fifth mile track, quarter-mile front-stretch layout and the road course at Texas. Now he's back for his eighth try on the big track, where he has twice been a pole sitter but has finished no better than sixth.
''The biggest difference this time is obviously having the momentum of taking over the points lead and knowing we have to come here and have a good race,'' he said. ''We know that we can los...