Busch Series: No. 2 for No. 8

December 2005
Sporting News;12/9/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 49, p25
The article presents information on 2005 Busch Series. The 2005 title was defending Busch Series champion Martin Truex's to lose. But the second time around wasn't nearly as easy as Truex and the No. 8 Chance 2 Motorsports team expected. Two races into the season, Truex and crew chief Kevin Manion had dug themselves into eighth place. It took the team 15 more races to climb to the top, and racer Carl Edwards gave Truex fits. But as Edwards' focus shifted to the Nextel Cup Series, the only driver in Truex's rearview mirror was racer Clint Bowyer.


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