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.
The biggest gainer among this week’s bubble contingent was Marcos Ambrose, whose third-place finish gained the No. 47 team 90 points of cushion.
On Sunday, Sam Hornish Jr. extended an impressive streak by finishing inside the top 11 for the fourth consecutive Cup race at Pocono.
Chicago was a much more forgettable experience for Robby Gordon, whose grassroots organization suffered a setback following a vicious crash.
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.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the LENOX Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H.
Robby Gordon played defense at Michigan and successfully guaranteed himself a starting spot at Sonoma, a strategy that worked to perfection.
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.
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.
Today, we grade the drivers from AJ Allmendinger to Brian Vickers, the top 40 in the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings to date.
Unfortunately for Marcos Ambrose, the aggressive setup with which he attacked the Monster Mile ended up hurting rather than helping his performance.