James Buescher has always come to Texas Motor Speedway trying to win a race on the big track, the only one at the facility the Plano native has never been to Victory Lane in.
That won't necessarily be Buescher's lone goal for Friday night's Winstar World Casino 350 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Buescher, who drives the No. 31 Great Clips Chevrolet, is the point leader in the series with three races remaining. Buescher leads Ty Dillon by 21 points and Timothy Peters by 25. While winning at a track he got his start on would be nice, the 22-year-old also has to keep the race in perspective.
"We're definitely in a different position," said Buescher, who has won a series high four races this year. "We have to stay on the offensive. If we have to try and protect we'll give up too many points. If we're going into races thinking about running in the top 10, other teams can catch up with us. We have to stay on the offensive but we know we can't be in any bad spots on the tr...