‘I’m not a big planner,’ Martin Truex Jr. is yet to consider any decision regarding his NASCAR future

Find out what Veteran Martin Truex Jr. had to say about his future at NASCAR as the 41-year-old is witnessing the final chapters of his career as a racer unveiling in front of him

Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr.

The 2022 season and Next-Gen cars have not been kind to the Veterans of the sport as the among the six different drivers who have secured a win in the six stages that have been completed are all 30 years of age or below. Reigning Cup Series Champion Kyle Larson is the oldest among the winners at the age of 30.

The 41-year-old Joe Gibbs Racing veteran and 2017 Cup Series Champion Martin Truex Jr., who is having his 17th season as a full-time Cup Series driver is amongst veterans who are yet to show their worth in Next-Gen cars. He, his team JGR and manufacturer Toyota are all is yet to secure a win in 2022 making the situation worse.

With his contract running out this year alongside his reducing pace it is high time for Martin Truex Jr. to take a decision on his future and he has now come forth expressing his thoughts on his future with NASCAR.  

Find out what Martin Truex Jr. said

Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr.

Martin Truex Jr. acknowledged that he is not a big planner as he doesn’t always try to look too far ahead and added that he will keep going as long as he has fun and is competitive. He went on to say he understand the sports and had a lot of bad days coming in his past all of which he faced as it comes. Martin Truex Jr. added that pretty soon the deadline will come to decide on his future and added that he will be having a conversation with the team pretty soon.

I try not to look too far ahead; I’m not a big planner. As long as I am having fun and competitive, I’ll keep going,” Martin Truex Jr. told The Associated Press.

I try not to overthink stuff. I just do my thing and roll with the punches. I’ve had a lot of ups and downs in my career, I understand the sport, you just take it as it comes and enjoys the good days,” Martin Truex Jr. said.

Pretty soon because I’m pretty sure I’m going to start getting pressure from the team. They have to plan. So there always comes a deadline. I don’t know when that is, but I’ll have to have this conversation I’m sure pretty soon,” Martin Truex Jr. added.

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