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.
Oh la la! What a race in Montreal on Sunday, the type where the fans gave a standing ovation longer than some stayed in the stands at Chicagoland this year.
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.
This week’s big gainer was Elliott Sadler, who finally picked up his first top-10 finish of 2010, ending a drought that extended back to last fall at Talladega.
After battling for the lead for nearly the entire 250 miles on Saturday at Gateway, Brad Keselowski and Carl Edwards were again duking it out up front.
DOVER, Del. – Cup regulars ran roughshod over the Nationwide Series field all day Saturday, with Kyle Busch winning the pole by obliterating David Green‘s 2004 qualifying record and proceeding to lead 191 laps in scoring already his fourth win of the 2010 season, enduring several late race restarts to do so. Cup regulars, who …
DARLINGTON, S.C. – For the 36th time in the last 82 Nationwide Series races, a Joe Gibbs Racing entry visited victory lane.
While Brad Keselowski retook the points lead with another Talladega triumph, it was a rough day for the other Cup regulars running full Nationwide schedules.
Anyone that’s read my Nationwide Series coverage over the course of the 2009 season knows that it’s been hard to find positive things to say.
CONCORD, N.C. – No twists to this plot. The No. 18 car ran on a rail all night long and Kyle Busch scored an easy victory on Friday night outside Charlotte.