I’m not sure if any of the bubble drivers or team members were successful at the tables in Vegas, but the race on Sunday sure didn’t bring them any luck.
Overall it was a rough week for our bubble teams, but a few things to take away from Phoenix.
While this year’s owner points won’t be used until after the first five races of the season, teams on the bubble gave it their best effort in the Daytona 500.
With a steady push from Regan Smith, Kurt Busch cruised to his second win of Daytona Speedweeks, the first of the 150-mile Gatorade Duel qualifying races.
This edition of the Shakedown Session will be focusing on the 10 drivers who hope to make the Daytona 500 via the Gatorade Duels.
JJ Yeley only went the distance in three races last year (Daytona in July, Infineon and Phoenix in November).
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.
With 12 races remaining in the 2010 NASCAR Cup season, two teams still have a realistic shot at re-entering the Top 35 in owner points.
Weird to say, right, that Kevin Harvick leading the points by 300 wasn’t a legitimate NASCAR title contender until his third win of 2010?
Whitney Motorsports has a lot to offer a potential sponsor, especially one that wants to break into the sport and grow with a team that has a good foundation.
NASCAR’s schedule moves the Atlanta race to Labor Day weekend. Was anything positive accomplished by this move?
Well the 24 Hours of Charlotte finally came to an end late Monday afternoon and the 50th running of the Coca-Cola 600 was dominated by Kyle Busch and the weather. The race never went green on Sunday and suffered rain delays again on Monday before finally being called and producing a surprise winner. So to …