With the bubble points battle all but locked up, it was time for NASCAR teams to let it all hang out and end their 2010 campaigns on a high note.
The first car to fall out of Phoenix was TRG Motorsports’ No. 71, derailing Brendan Gaughan’s first Cup race since the 2005 Pocono 500.
It only took a few laps before Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 turned into what PR staff at the track referred to as “an Eddie Gossage dream.”
Would the bubble drivers have a chance to take the first step at Texas? Read on to find out in this week’s edition of the Bubble Breakdown!
Back at Talladega, Robby Gordon came through with a very respectable 18th-place finish, the team’s best run since he finished 12th at Daytona in July.
For the first time since Watkins Glen, Robby Gordon’s No. 7 is off the bubble but by no means out of danger.
Robby Gordon returned to his No. 7 at New Hampshire, but without sponsor ExtenZe, would he have a chance to keep his team’s Top-35 prospects strong?
Robby Gordon Motorsports has now lost nearly half of the 161-point cushion on 36th the team held before Kevin Conway took over.
HAMPTON, Ga. – It’s been a month of transition for Front Row Motorsports, major decisions shaping the philosophy and the future of the team going forward.
After taking the season’s final off weekend to regroup, would the Top-35 battle grow tighter still under the Atlanta lights? Read on to find out!
With the NASCAR season two-thirds of the way gone, we’re grading all the drivers and teams once again on their performance so far in 2010.
Less than a week after Kevin Conway and ExtenZe left the team, all three Front Row Motorsports cars had successful nights in the bubble standings at Bristol.