Martin Truex, Jr, qualified twelfth for the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) and finished twenty sixth, does that make him a bad driver? No, what were some of the problems that made it a not so good day for the NAPA Know How team? Many things. First and foremost, the heat in which each and every team dealt with. From people I talked to whom were in the stands at IMS, it was definitely way hotter than what the reporters on ESPN made it out to be. Secondly, it does not help that his jackman got hit by one of the other drivers. And lastly, it did not help he had a mix up in the pit box with a loose wheel. Before that he truly was looking strong from what I could see. “It's a shame. We had a top-five Toyota and got back in traffic after a jack problem on our pit stop with...

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