It’s hardly surprising that Hendrick Motorsports would go so far to support the operations of Turner Motorsports.
Ken Schrader did not complete a lap in the top 15 throughout the race, but he did successfully complete the event.
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.
With last week’s biggest story in the garage, the usual suspects returned to the forefront at Phoenix… and in the end, Jeff Gordon silenced any critics.
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.
The Bud Shootout is less than 48 hours away and qualifying for the Daytona 500 begins on Sunday.
It’s hard to really have a high point as Joe Nemechek when you don’t have the financing to finish races.
Did You Notice? “Hey, we want you involved in NASCAR at a high-end price,” says Mr. Hendrick. “No way!” says Sponsor X.
“Playoffs! You want to talk about playoffs? You kidding me?” That’s the reaction of the majority of the NASCAR fanbase nowadays.