Martin Truex Jr. qualified 10th for the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, which represents his fifth-best qualification result of the season.
Martin Truex Jr. was easily the most dominant driver in the SpongeBob 400 at Kansas Speedway. He led 95 laps and had the best average running position by 40 percent over Kevin Harvick, but he was mired in traffic on the final restart and could only settle for ninth.
Martin Truex Jr. qualified fourth for the SpongeBob 400, which should portend a strong finish. The last two times he started among the top 10 at Kansas Speedway, he finished second from sixth in 2012 and was fourth from seventh in 2013.
Talladega is often the track where streaks are broken and that made Martin Truex Jr. a questionable value at the start of the Geico 500. He finished fifth at Talladega to earn his second consecutive top-10 and ninth in 10 races.
Martin Truex Jr. is back on track with another top-10 at Richmond International Raceway in the Toyota Owners 400. He ran in the top five for much of the day, slipped outside that mark, and then hovered around 10th. He edged Newman at the end of the race to earn his eighth top-10 in nine races of 2015.
Loose lugs on about lap 160 and later crash damage contributed to Martin Truex Jr.’s loss of seven laps in the Food City 500. He finished 29th.
Martin Truex Jr. had another up and down race at Texas Motor Speedway, but he kept his top-10 streak alive by finishing ninth in the Duck Commander 500.
Martin Truex Jr. posted the fastest single lap in the first practice session for the Duck Commander 500. His top speed was 191.096 mph.
Martin Truex Jr. has been the most pleasant surprise by far this season. His sweep of the top 10 was unanticipated at the beginning of the year and salary cap games have struggled to find his top value.
Martin Truex Jr. kept his top-10 streak alive with a sixth-place finish in the STP 500.
Along with Kevin Harvick’s sweep of the top-two positions and Joey Logano’s streak of results 10th or better, Martin Truex Jr. kept his own top-10 streak alive. He finished eighth, which matched his worst result of the season from Daytona.
Martin Truex Jr.’s early season surge continues to impress fantasy owners. He finished seventh in the CampingWorld.com 500 after starting 15th. This was his fourth consecutive top-10 finish after starting among the top 15 each week.
Martin Truex Jr. kept his early season momentum alive with a second-place finish to Kevin Harvick in the Kobalt 400.
Martin Truex Jr. believes he has one of the fastest cars in the field according to the driver in a television interview. He enters the Kobalt 400 with back-to-back top-10s in the first two races of this season.