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Happy Hour: Was Dover Martin Truex Jr.’s Last Win?

On this week’s episode of Happy Hour, Trey Lyle, Dalton Hopkins, Michael Massie and Jared Haas discuss the big news of the week: Legacy Motor Club moving from Chevrolet to Toyota.

They also debate whether we just saw Martin Truex Jr.‘s last career win, as well as his overall legacy in the sport.

See also
Legacy Moving to Toyota in 2024

Plus, the debut of “Goodbye, Ross.”

Check it out whereever you get podcasts.

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Mike Kalasnik


Kurt Smith

If you look at the “non-playoff” points scoring in the last few years, I believe Truex has been in the top ten almost every time. If there weren’t so many luck factors involved in winning races these days, I’m sure he wouldn’t have gone 54 races without a win, and without the moronic playoff system he would be a title contender every year. He is still very good, and the team is still very good.

At least I think they might be. Like last year, I have no idea who’s really good in NASCAR these days. Mission accomplished, parity and mediocrity rules the day.

Bill B

I don’t know how you look at the numbers and stats and come to the conclusion that this should be Truex’s last win. It may very well be but as long as he stays at JGR he’s a contender.

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