Toyota won yet another NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) manufacturer’s championship when Kyle Busch drove his Tundra to victory last Friday at Texas Motor Speedway. This marked Toyota’s seventh NCWTS manufacturer’s championship in the last 11 years, and the automaker’s dominance is showing no signs of wavering.
Since the start of the 2004 season, Toyota has won a total of 10 NASCAR manufacturer’s trophies, including three consecutive NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) crowns from 2008 to 2010 and a record five consecutive NCWTS championships from 2006 to 2010.
It also won the NCWTS championship last year and has delivered one of the most dominant performances to date in 2014, with a total of 16 race wins, seven pole positions, 60 top-five results, and leading nearly 78 percent of the 2,830 laps raced this season so far.
Though Toyota has already won this year’s championship, it has not yet been decided which Toyota drivers will take the title. Matt Crafton—last year’s champion—looks poised to take the first back-to-back driver’s crown, but he is facing fierce competition from fellow Tundra drivers Darrell Wallace, Jr., and Johnny Sauter.
We look forward to seeing who will prevail here at Phil Wright Toyota!