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- For 2012 the 18 would have a similar lineup, featuring Hamlin, Logano, Herring, McDowell, and Ryan Truex.
- Ryan Truex stepped into the 20 late in the season for six races, finishing second to Logano at Dover after dominating the race.
- His younger brother, Ryan, is a former champion in the K&N Pro Series East, and was a contender for 2014 Rookie of the Year in Sprint Cup.
- His fourth win came at Dover International Speedway, after passing Ryan Truex with 4 laps to go after being held back in lapped traffic.
- With help from Ron Hornaday Jr. and Ryan Truex, Busch used a high-line move, to beat Peters by an inch for the win in a photo-finish.
- Pet Care Toyota for Ryan Truex and Truex Jr. on a limited basis in 2010.
- MWR development driver Ryan Truex would fill out the rest of the schedule.
- After announcing his departure from MWR after 2010, he was released and replaced with the Truex brothers Ryan Truex and Martin Truex, Jr..
- The ninth caution waved at lap 250 after Ryan Truex go turned into the wall, and all of the leaders made pit stops.
- Yeley replaced Ryan Truex in the No.
- Their first race with Accell Construction would sponsor with Ryan Truex for the Daytona 500.
- 83 Toyota in several races after the team released rookie Ryan Truex.
- 71 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 part-time for Ryan Truex.
- For 2014, up-and-comer Ryan Truex tested the No.
- Hill would eventually win Rookie of the Year over primary rivals Blake Koch and Ryan Truex
- Bowman moved over to the new 23 team, while former MWR and JGR development driver Ryan Truex was signed to drive the 83 during the 2014 season and run for Rookie of the Year.
- 2010 NASCAR K&N East Series Champion Ryan Truex was intended to run 10–20 races with Pastrana-Waltrip Racing, and was the early favorite to win Rookie of the Year.
- After a close battle with Blake Koch and Ryan Truex, Hill edged Koch by a single point at Homestead-Miami Speedway to take Rookie of the Year honors.
- In addition to the return of the number 3, Austin was set to compete with what many deemed to be the strongest rookie class in the series' history, including talented youngster Kyle Larson and his runner-up for Nationwide Series ROTY Alex Bowman, Nationwide champion Justin Allgaier and Nationwide veteran Michael Annett, and former big team development drivers Parker Kligerman, Ryan Truex, and Cole Whitt.
- Austin Dillon ran four races, and Ryan Truex made his series debut at Bristol in the fall.
- At Dover, Logano dominated the race and held off teammates Ryan Truex and Brian Scott to grab the win.
- Ryan Truex, who had driven for Phoenix at Bristol earlier in the year, drove Scott's first race as owner at Richmond, finishing 35th (With sponsor SeaWatch Intl.).
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