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The Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway is aptly named due to the NASCAR Cup Series manufacturer’s recent success. Joe Gibbs Racing Camrys have won eight of the last dozen races here; Martin Truex Jr. alone has won three of the past five.
If there’s any place JGR has an edge, it’s here, the beginning of the sport’s short track schedule. With Richmond, Martinsville and Bristol on the docket over the next three weeks, it’s an opportunity for them to reassert themselves as one of the sport’s main championship contenders.
“We have high expectations,” Truex said Saturday. “We have a lot of people at JGR that understand the track and understand what it takes to win here.”
What they don’t have yet is a full-on understanding of NASCAR’s new Next Gen chassis. Toyotas remain winless through the first six races and have just one of their six drivers (Truex) inside the top 10 in points. Denny Hamlin, coming off three straight Championship 4s, sits an uncharacteristic 22nd in the standings without a single top-10 finish.
I don’t think we’ve been through this, for sure,” Hamlin said of his recent slump. “I think you can catapult up the standings really, really quickly – the way things are … if you have a couple solid weeks where we don’t get crashed or cause a crash, those things add up.”
Richmond, one of the cleaner short tracks on the circuit, shouldn’t cause that problem even though it’s a more difficult car for drivers to handle. The last six Richmond races have featured no more than five caution flags, instead producing long green-flag runs more typically seen on a cookie-cutter intermediate.
Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race continued that trend as only one caution flag flew outside of stage breaks. JGR also dominated in that event, winner Ty Gibbs and John Hunter Nemechek combining to lead 249 of 250 laps.
Can Hamlin, Truex, Christopher Bell and Kyle Busch follow suit with a season-defining performance on Sunday?
“We’re starting over from our perspective,” Hamlin said. “We’re trying to find a point we were are good… we are decent, but we are not where we have been for the last three years…
“For me, I’m anxious to see after lap two, did we guess right?
Who’s at the Front: Ross Chastain
Chastain earns a rare two straight weeks in this slot after earning his first career win at Circuit of The Americas. To do it, he pulled off a pinball-style move, slamming AJ Allmendinger into Alex Bowman to hold both drivers off as he slipped by over the final two turns of the race.
The victory completed a rise-from-the-ashes story for a driver who appeared to lose his full-time Cup opportunity not once, but twice. In the end, Trackhouse Racing Team landed young, impressive talent in Chastain and Daniel Saurez that has them positioned to match the early success of some of the heavyweights they’re competing against