Unfortunately for Marcos Ambrose, the aggressive setup with which he attacked the Monster Mile ended up hurting rather than helping his performance.
There wasn’t too much squabbling over the initial inductees into NASCAR’s Hall. Yet someday down the road, there will be wailing and gnashing of teeth.
As Robby Gordon slipped past Travis Kvapil for 33rd, the Front Row trio now straddled the bubble going into Saturday’s unpredictable Southern 500 at Darlington.
Would Kevin Conway’s No. 38 “stay out of trouble” strategy be enough to keep his nose clean at “The Action Track” in Richmond?
In reality, you can probably place your money on Kasey Kahne performing about the same as he had been… likely no better or worse.
Considering fans’ reaction to any late-race yellow flag, we’re shocked throwing the caution for Bobby Labonte’s one-car incident isn’t getting more press.
Back with his TaxSlayer.com sponsorship, Bobby Labonte was an early threat for a top-10 finish at the same track he scored TRG’s lone top-10 run last fall.
This time, the spectacular engine failure that set David Reutimann’s car ablaze on lap 310 put the No. 00 in bubble jeopardy.
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?
Did You Notice? What a difference a decade makes? I figured we’d do something a little different to show how much NASCAR has changed in the past 10 years.
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.
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.