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Denny Hamlin underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder, per Joe Gibbs Racing.
There were times this season when Kyle Busch seemed frustrated and even puzzled why he couldn’t seem to match his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates’ performance on intermediate tracks with its new aero package.
It was a very uncommon mistake for a championship-caliber team, but it may have cost Martin Truex Jr. his chance at the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series title.
Kyle Busch passed Kevin Harvick with two of 80 laps remaining and held on for the Stage 2 win at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Championship contender Martin Truex Jr. dominated on his way to the Stage 1 victory at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
For half a decade now, Kyle Busch has been a contender for the NASCAR Cup Series championship.
Denny Hamlin is confident he can win with everything on the line this Sunday. Why? Because he just did it less than a week ago.
While his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates spent Sunday’s race at Phoenix working to join the championship fight at Homestead, part of Martin Truex Jr.’s team was already preparing for the battle ahead.
Denny Hamlin insisted his 2019 championship hopes were not done and he was right.
Denny Hamlin took the lead with two of 75 laps remaining and held on for the Stage 1 victory at ISM Raceway near Phoenix.
Once considered a championship favorite, Denny Hamlin will now have to rally just to make the title race at Homestead.
Brandon Jones will return to the No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Supra for the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series season.
William Byron is still looking for his first NASCAR Cup Series win and it doesn’t matter who he has to race to get it.
Martin Truex Jr. passed Kyle Larson on the last turn of the last lap to complete a sweep of the first two stages at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway.
Brandon Jones surprised the NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff drivers and escaped Kansas Speedway with his first career victory.
Harrison Burton is making the step up to the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2020 with Joe Gibbs Racing.
Martin Truex Jr. passed Denny Hamlin with 11 of 120 laps remaining to take the Stage 2 win at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.
Denny Hamlin dominated on his way to the Stage 1 win at Dover which also saw two NASCAR Cup Series playoff contenders take big hits.
Make that two-for-two for Martin Truex Jr. in the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs.
Joe Gibbs Racing flexed its muscle as Kyle Busch earned the Stage 2 victory at Richmond and his three teammates followed to sweep the top four positions.
Erik Jones had a fast car in the spring race at Richmond, but this time he’ll need a fast car with a strong finish.
Erik Jones didn’t need additional motivation to win but watching your three teammates rack up victories over the course of a season didn’t sit well with him.