Points racing isn’t new either. Under NASCAR’s “old” modern-era points system, championships were won on points racing.
Read on to see if John Andretti and Robby Gordon could hang on to the last two spots in the Top 35, or if Scott Speed could close the gap.
The Texas Tea Party we all witnessed Sunday ended up tasting like fuel, as Kurt Busch claimed his second season victory in the Dickies 500.
Robby Gordon Motorsports, Front Row Motorsports and Team Red Bull are vying for the final spots in the Top 35 heading into 2010.
Despite the 10th-place finish posted by Labonte, TRG Motorsports has been eliminated from Top-35 contention this year.
As the NASCAR Sprint Cup season winds down, there has been little in the way of earth-shattering developments or anything garnering more than passing interest.
Read on to see if John Andretti would start putting nails in Team Red Bull’s coffin or if Scott Speed came through in this edition of the Bubble Breakdown.
The still unsigned-for-2010 Jamie McMurray grabbed his best finish of the year with his sixth place at Martinsville.
John Andretti reached a low for 2009 with a poor showing in the NASCAR Banking 500, allowing Red Bull to draw closer to the 35th position in owner points.
When the checkers flew, John Andretti was as happy as a pig in mud, as he posted his first top 10 since the rain-shortened event at Loudon back in early summer.