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The following is a statement from Richard Childress, president and chief executive officer of Richard Childress Racing, regarding the National Stock Car Racing Chief Appellate Officer's final ruling.
Aric Almirola, No. 88 GT Vodka Chevrolet - “It’s no secret our entire GT Vodka team was disappointed after last week’s race."
After a strong performance last weekend at Kansas, Roush Fenway takes its rejuvenated championship hopes to one of its strongest tracks on the circuit, Auto Club Speedway where Roush Fenway has combined for 15 wins and led over 2000 laps in NASCAR action.
David Reutimann has spent most of his life around short tracks. Maybe that’s why Martinsville Speedway feels so much like home to the NASCAR Sprint Cup driver.
Following an appeal hearing earlier today in Concord, N.C., the National Stock Car Racing Chief Appellate Officer has upheld the penalty for the No. 33 car in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, with the following revisions:
Ragan on racing at Auto Club Speedway:“We’ve got our good-looking silver UPS Freight Ford back on the track this weekend in California."
McMurray will be making his 15th NSCS start at the Auto Club Speedway. He is the reigning track pole-sitter (first of three for 2010) from the first 2010 NSCS visit in February.
Dodge has one Sprint Cup win at Auto Club Speedway (Kasey Kahne – 2006).
Entering the fourth event of NASCAR’s playoffs, can a better-than-average finish for Jeff Gordon and the No. 24 team lead to the ‘max’ at Auto Club Speedway?
Carl Edwards on racing at Auto Club Speedway: “We had a really good run at Kansas and the strength of the Roush Fenway organization is as good as it’s ever been."