Everyone loves an underdog, but Martin Truex Jr. has been there and done that on NASCAR’s biggest stage.
“And it didn’t go so well,” he said with a laugh.
Being the favorite is better. Having the fastest car is better. Putting together the kind of season that makes the other drivers jealous — the most victories (seven), top-five finishes (18) and laps led (2,175) — is much better, even if it’s a position that still might be a tad weird for Truex given the long road that brought him here.
But he likes the view from the top, and that’s exactly where …read more
Source: NJ.com Ocean