In January 2014, Truex drove for BK Racing during testing prior to the 2014 Daytona 500 in the No. 93. He was later assigned to the team's No. 83 for the full season. Truex also drove the No. 32 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet for Turner Scott Motorsports in the season-opening Camping World Truck Series race at Daytona International Speedway.
In August he suffered a sprained wrist and concussion in a practice crash at Michigan International Speedway; he was forced to sit out that weekend's race, being replaced by J. J. Yeley.
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In September, Truex was replaced in the No. 83 car by Travis Kvapil in races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and Dover International Speedway; discussions about his position with the team for the remainder of the season were said to be "ongoing".
During the race weekend at Dover, Truex confirmed that he was no longer with BK Racing. After receiving no rides in 2015, Truex was picked up by Biagi-DenBeste Racing to drive three races starting at Richmond in the Xfinity Series.
He is the younger brother of Sprint Cup Series driver and two-time Nationwide Series champion Martin Truex, Jr., and the son of former Busch Series driver Martin Truex, Sr.
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