There's been a bit of a changing of the guard in the NASCAR Sprint Cup this season, with three drivers - Regan Smith, David Ragan and Paul Menard - taking their maiden series wins.
But while Ragan and Menard drive for the Roush Fenway and Richard Childress 'superteams', Smith's breakthrough came behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Impala prepared by one of the smallest outfits in the series - Furniture Row Racing.
And what makes its success even more notable is the fact that Furniture Row is the only team not based in NASCAR's historic heartland of Charlotte, North Carolina. In fact, the team's 'shop' is more than 1500 miles away in Denver, Colorado.
Smith took the chequered flag at the prestigious Southern 500 held at Darlington back in May. It was the first time a driver had broken his duck in that race since Lake Speed took his first Cup win there in 1988.
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