Jamie McMurray is batting 0.500 at Bristol in his last 10 races. In that span of events, he has five top-10s including a best of third in the 2010 night race.
Jamie McMurray finished 14th in the Pure Michigan 400 and earned his third consecutive top-15 finish. He was seventh at Pocono and 14th at Watkins Glen.
Jamie McMurray has failed to crack the top 10 at Michigan for more than half a decade. His last strong run came in 2008 when he finished 10th in both races at this track.
Jamie McMurray finished fourth in the Toyota / Save Mart 350k at Sonoma and followed that up with another top-15 at Watkins Glen, making him one of the best values on this track type. He finished 14th in the Cheez-it 355k at the Glen.
Jamie McMurray has occasionally been strong on road courses with four results of sixth or better in 23 starts on this track type.
Jamie McMurray’s name did not get called very often during the GoBowling.com 400, but he recorded the sixth-best average running position en route to a seventh-place finish.
Jamie McMurray has finished between 10th and 17th in his last five Pocono attempts, which makes him a reliable mid-cap pick in fantasy games where he is priced appropriately.
Jamie McMurray has a reputation for performing exceptionally well in marquee races. His 2010 Brickyard 400 victory came in his first attempt after rejoining Chip Ganassi’s organization.
Jamie McMurray did not sustain crash damage at New Hampshire and as a result he finished 16th.
Jamie McMurray finished 16th in the Camping World RV Sales 301 and climbed one position in the standings, but he remains well outside of the Chase cutoff in 21st without a 2014 victory to his credit.
Jamie McMurray was one of 13 drivers who swept the top 15 at New Hampshire last year with a 12th in the Camping World RV Sales 301 and a fifth in the Sylvania 300.
Jamie McMurray (No. 1 Chevrolet SS) leads the first practice for the Sprint Cup Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway.
Jamie McMurray, a two-time winner in NSCS competition at Daytona, has made 23 career starts at the 2.5 mile high-banked tri-oval.
In just three starts at Kentucky Speedway in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Jamie McMurray has completed 732 of 801 (91.4%) laps of competition.