Kasey Kahne’s cheat sheet worked wonders with the No. 99 at Chicagoland, Carl Edwards looking like a man possessed in a good way.
Chicago was a much more forgettable experience for Robby Gordon, whose grassroots organization suffered a setback following a vicious crash.
Last week at New Hampshire, all three cars from the Front Row Motorsports stable left the track on the brink of Top-35 oblivion. Two days after Travis Kvapil’s No. 38 was sent home early with the team’s first DNQ of 2010, teammates Kevin Conway and David Gilliland could only muster 30-something finishes, dropping the Nos. …
“Same old Daytona, cars moving around and bouncing around and handling came into play and you saw a lot of passing and shuffling…”
Now, before you go and revisit your successful Daytona 500 team, keep in mind this weekend’s event is much hotter, slicker, held at night and 100 miles shorter.
Robby Gordon shoved Kevin Conway in Front Row Motorsports’ No. 34 back to 35th – even after the rookie earned his first lead-lap finish in Cup.
Robby Gordon played defense at Michigan and successfully guaranteed himself a starting spot at Sonoma, a strategy that worked to perfection.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Toyota/Save Mart 350K at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma.
On Wednesday (June 9), Travis Kvapil’s No. 38, ranked 32nd after Pocono, was assessed a massive 150-point penalty for illegal bleeder valve caps.
Read on to find out how each of the bubble drivers did as battle was waged over 204 laps at Pocono Raceway Sunday.
Pocono provides a prime opportunity to turn things around in a hurry. Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards have both had tremendous success at the track.
Like Bobby Labonte, Robby Gordon came to Charlotte without sponsorship, but he averted a decision to park when Polaris put its logos on his Toyota.