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Why Have Toyota Cars Been Underperforming in 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season?

Typically, two's company and three's a crowd. But if we're talking NASCAR Sprint Cup racing, "three" has definitely been crowded out thus far this season. In the first nine races of 2014, Chevrolet and Ford have each won four events. The third major automobile manufacturer in the sport, Toyota, has managed just one visit to Victory Lane (Kyle Busch, Fontana). Heck, a Toyota couldn't even win in its namesake race, last week's Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond. That distinction went to a Ford, driven by Joey Logano—who ironically enough used to drive a Toyota before he moved from Joe Gibbs Racing to Team Penske last year. And heading into Sunday's Aaron's 499 at Talladega Superspeedway, Toyota's chances don't look good to improve much. Bac...

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