With Robby Gordon’s team choosing to start-and-park, could anyone behind him take advantage and sneak into a locked-in spot for NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out this week’s big story from NASCAR Bubbleland: Regan Smith earning an upset Darlington victory.
Dave Blaney stepped up again this week at Richmond with a 13th-place finish, which most importantly jumped the team three spots in owner points.
David Gilliland’s ninth-place finish for the No. 34 team was the second top-10 result ever for Front Row Motorsports and their best ever at Talladega.
In his post-race comments, Casey Mears said, “Our top priority is being in the Top 35 and we were able to make that happen tonight.”
Ken Schrader did not complete a lap in the top 15 throughout the race, but he did successfully complete the event.
Trevor Bayne’s week of wonder came to a crashing end at Phoenix after last week’s fairytale Daytona 500 victory.
It’s Daytona. The first race of the year at a track that generates racing unlike any other venue on the circuit. It’s wild. Adventuresome.
Heading to Daytona, let’s take a look at all who benefited from an owner points swap this offseason.
Andy Lally’s road-racing expertise came into play in August, scoring what became a season-high 18th-place finish in only his third Cup career start.