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Friday was a full day for Martin Truex Jr., as he was busy with NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice and qualifying. However, he was still kind enough to take a few minutes to answer some questions for us regarding Schick’s contest running on Facebook, Hurricane Sandy and his season thus far.
TIREBALL: With the promotion that Schick is running there are bound to be some interesting hairdos. Is there a hair cut from your past you’re not too fond of?
TRUEX JR: Ha ha. No, I’ve never been the kind of person to go with really wild hairdos. Last year during a Schick promotion, I helped shave a guy’s head at Michigan and that was quite interesting. I’ve had a [Read more!]
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CORNELIUS, N.C. — As the No. 56 NAPA AUTO PARTS team hauler makes its way to Phoenix International Raceway, its driver Martin Truex Jr. is packing another truck that will travel to New Jersey carrying supplies to Hurricane Sandy victims.
The Mayetta, N.J. native and his Martin Truex Jr. Foundation, 156 Cayuga Dr. Mooresville, N.C. is accepting non-perishable items to deliver to...
Martin Truex, Jr. put his NAPA Auto Parts Toyota on the front row for Sunday’s AdvoCare 500 from the Phoenix International Raceway. He led the Michael Waltrip Racing banner with that run, behind him will be teammate Mark Martin starting in the 10th position. Clint Bowyer will start Sunday from the 16th position. Below is post-qualifying reaction from all of MWR’s drivers.
Kyle Busch sped around Phoenix International Raceway at record pace Friday afternoon.
In the same qualifying session, Jimmie Johnson gave Brad Keselowski a ray of hope on a day that grew increasingly cloudy as time trials progressed.
Busch toured the one-mile track in 25.943 seconds (138.766 mph), edging Martin Truex Jr. (138.217 mph) for the top starting spot in Sunday's AdvoCare...