A 150-point penalty for Travis Kvapil topped the Bubble headlines last week, knocking the No. 38 team out of the Top 35 and putting Robby Gordon’s No. 7 back in for the first time since Dover. Gordon played defense at Michigan and successfully guaranteed himself a starting spot at Sonoma, a strategy that worked to …
Last week had no shortage of bubble action. At Pocono, Sam Hornish Jr. and Regan Smith parlayed timely pit strategy into a pair of top-20 finishes, shooting both teams further up the owner points rankings. Below them, Bobby Labonte’s No. 71, starved for sponsorship, was forced to park for the second time in three races, …
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.
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?
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?