Furniture Row drops second auto for 2018

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Furniture Row Racing will downsize to 1-car team in 2018

The Denver-based team expanded this year to two cars with Truex and Erik Jones.

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In a move Furniture Row Racing has foreshadowed for months, the NASCAR team officially announced Wednesday that it will downsize and field just a single auto in the Monster Energy Cup Series next season.

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Truex is the current NASCAR points leader and leads the Cup Series in virtually every category. Jones, a rookie, is 19th in the NASCAR Cup standings. Visser said Wednesday he wants to field two cars in the future. Our 100 percent focus for next season will be on the No 78 Toyota Camry, which will be driven by Martin Truex Jr. The Jones vehicle has had partial-season backing from 5-hour Energy, which has not announced plans for next season and can't move to another team without permission from Monster Energy.

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Visser sold the team's ownership charter to a mystery team last month, and any driver interested in driving the No. 77 would have to bring the funding needed to support it. Furniture Row will consolidate to a one-car effort next season with most of the employees remaining in Denver to work with Truex and the No. 78 team.

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