CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Penske Racing's most recent winner heads to Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend for a regularly scheduled Truck Series race.
That's as far into the future as Ryan Blaney is willing to look.
The 19-year-old grabbed his first Nationwide Series win Saturday night at Kentucky in just his second race of the season. He's running a full Truck Series schedule for Brad Keselowski Racing, but it's only 22 races this year.
He admitted Wednesday he wants more seat time, but doesn't have a plan yet for 2014.
Blaney is under contract at Penske. His name has recently popped up as a potential candidate for the Sprint Cup Series ride at Furniture Row Racing, but Blaney said he's had ``very little'' conversation with other teams.

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