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Regan Smith, driver of the #78 Furniture Row/Farm American Chevrolet, looks on in the garage area during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Crown Royal presents the Curtiss Shaver 400 at the Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 28, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Tyler Barrick/Getty Images)
By: Toby Christie – Follow on Twitter @Tobalical
He’s not flashy, he’s not considered the greatest driver in the garage area, but Regan Smith put Furniture Row Racing on the map. A once laughable organization, which struggled just to make races, is now a respectable up-and-coming team in the Sprint Cup Series. It however looks like Furniture Row is ready to move forward without the man who has delivered their only victory to this point – Regan Smith.
Furniture Row Racing has been a Sprint Cup Series team since 2005, and in the eight years since being founded they have racked up two top-five finishes, and seven top-10 finishes – none of which have been recorded without ...
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Regan Smith's tenure with Furniture Row Racing appears to be coming to an end - according to the driver.
"As it stands right now, I don't believe I'm going to be back with these guys next year," Smith said prior to qualifying 22nd on Friday. Smith added he's been told he can pursue other options. "I've been looking for a little while already now...
DENVER, Colo. — Regan Smith is looking to celebrate his birthday with a rebound weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, site of Sunday’s Sylvania 300 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.
Smith, who turns 29 on Sunday, would be the first to stand up and say the past two weekends — at Richmond International Raceway and Chicagoland Speedway — were sub-par results even though the...
LOUDON, N.H. — Regan Smith hustled his race car to a 16th-place finish in Sunday’s Sylvania 300 Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Smith, who was celebrating his 29th birthday, fought through handling problems during the 300-lap race, but stood strong and patient to post a respectable result at New England’s Magic Mile.
“You just have to keep plugging...
Regan Smith hustled his race car to a 16th-place finish in Sunday's Sylvania 300 Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Smith, who was celebrating his 29th birthday, fought through handling problems during the 300-lap race, but stood strong and patient to post a respectable result at New England's Magic Mile.
"You just have to keep plugging away...
Regan Smith will not be returning to Furnitre Row Racing for the 2013 season according to the driver. The team, which had hoped to land assistance from Dodge for a two car team, is believed to be courting Kurt Busch for the seat of the No. 78 car. During his time with Furniture Row, Smith helped build up an organization which culminated with a win at Darlington last year.