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Topic - Martin Truex
"My biggest fear this year was this deal falling apart and us not being able to realize our potential," he said. "I feel like we're not where we can get to yet, and I'm very, very happy that we'll be able to continue down that path."
"The guys have given me a great opportunity here to be part of a team," he said. "I don't go home on Sunday night and sit there and wait for them to build my race cars better or bring me better stuff on Thursday. I go to the shop on Monday and I'm part of a team and part of building that process. It's been an awesome road."