Robby Gordon picked up a well-deserved 14th-place finish in Saturday’s Subway Fresh Fit 600 at Phoenix. But was that enough to get him inside the Top 35?
After he put up the third-fastest time in Friday’s opening practice session, Marcos Ambrose’s Toyota became a sleeper pick for a top-five run at Martinsville.
When 35th-ranked Mike Bliss and his No. 36 were sent home after Friday’s qualifying session, rookie Kevin Conway breathed a sigh of relief.
While NASCAR’s top divisions enjoy their week off, let’s take a look at 12 other full-time teams who currently sit just outside the “Battle for the Bubble.”
Our new Man on the Bubble is Mike Bliss, author of another top 25 in Sunday’s race that snagged him 33 valuable owner points.
If the motor gremlins return next week, expect Marcos Ambrose to be even more aggressive at Bristol to keep his locked-in spot.
Certainly, my favorite story from the Fontana weekend was that of Dave Blaney and PRISM Motorsports.
Despite a relatively quiet Speedweeks, Martin Truex Jr.’s first points race for Michael Waltrip Racing was one of the biggest surprises of Sunday’s 500.
With qualifying out of the way and the Gatorade Duels upon us this week, it’s just a matter of days before the 2010 NASCAR season officially begins.
Welcome, one and all, to the final bubble column of 2009, the Bubble Review.
To see how John Andretti finally put away Scott Speed and his Red Bull Racing No. 82 Toyota, read on in your final Bubble Breakdown for 2009.
Read on to see if John Andretti and Robby Gordon could hang on to the last two spots in the Top 35, or if Scott Speed could close the gap.