Camry driver Martin Truex Jr. (fifth) was the highest-finishing Toyota driver in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) race at Virginia’s Martinsville Speedway.

Toyota drivers Denny Hamlin (sixth) and Clint Bowyer (10th) also earned top-10 finishes in the 515 lap event at the half-mile oval.

Other Toyota drivers in the field included Bobby Labonte (17th), Brian Vickers (18th), Joey Logano (23rd), Travis Kvapil (27th), Landon Cassill (29th), David Stremme (30th), Kyle Busch (36th), JJ Yeley (37th) and Joe Nemechek (39th).

Following Martinsville, four Camry drivers are in the top-15 in the unofficial NSCS driver point standings — Truex (sixth), Hamlin (seventh), Bowyer (ninth) and Logano (13th).

MARTIN TRUEX JR., No. 56 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota Camry, Michael Waltrip Racing Finishing Position:  5th How do you feel about your finish? “This feels great.  We backed into that one a little bit with those guys getting tangled up.  Our NAPA Toyota was sixth to 10th place most of the day.  We were fast on the short runs and struggled on the long runs to keep the right rear tire under the car.  Worked on it all day long and Chad (Johnston, crew chief) did a good job working on it.  The pit crew was good and we fought hard all day and that’s what it takes.  This is probably my worst race track and to come out of here with a fifth place finish — I’m pretty proud of that.”