Toyota has accomplished a lot since it began competition in NASCARs premier series in 2007.
What it has yet to do is see one of its Sprint Cup Series drivers capture that coveted championship.
That could change this season.
Clint Bowyer, in his first season driving for Michael Waltrip Racing, finished as championship runnerup to Brad Keselowski in 2012 and theres no reason to think he cant be in position to contend again in 2013.
Bowyers teammate, Martin Truex Jr., also qualified for the Chase for the Cup, although he failed to make it to Victory Lane during the season.
Matt Kenseth is the new face for Toyota in 2013, as he moved from Roush Fenway Racing to Joe Gibbs Racing in the offseason, replacing Joey Logano in the No. 20 Toyota.
Kenseth and Bobby Labonte who drives for JTG Daugherty Racing are the drivers in the Toyota stable who have won a Cup title in their career.
Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch return at JGR with their respective teams intact and Mark Martin, Brian Vickers and team co-owner Michael Waltrip will share time this year in the No. 55 Toyota for MWR.