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Topic - Bobby Labonte
Bobby Labonte will attempt to qualify for the Daytona 500 for Phoenix Racing.
Bobby Labonte is set to return to NASCAR this weekend at New Hampshire after breaking three ribs while bike riding last month.
Less than 14 months after a devastating blow to his career, AJ Allmendinger reclaimed a full-time ride in the Sprint Cup series.
Bobby Labonte was released from the hospital Thursday a day after he broke three ribs in a bike riding accident near his North Carolina home.
Bobby Labonte broke three ribs in a bike riding accident Wednesday near his North Carolina home and will miss this weekend's NASCAR race in Atlanta.
There's been a "For Sale" sign outside of Phoenix Racing for some time now and there seems to be several interested buyers.
Bobby Labonte has spent his weekends at the race track for 22 consecutive years, a stretch so long he doesn't even know what normal people do with their free time.
Bobby Labonte's consecutive start streak will come to an end at 704 races.
AJ Allmendinger will replace Bobby Labonte next week at Michigan International Speedway for JTG Daugherty Racing.
Bobby Labonte stayed on a short list of NASCAR drivers who have started every Sprint Cup race in Texas _ barely.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has mixed politics and NASCAR before. He sees no problem with the National Rifle Association's sponsorship of a Sprint Cup race in his state.
Two Sprint Cup Series teams are shaking up their crews ahead of the Brickyard 400 this weekend.
With Burton likely cutting back and fellow elder statesman Martin and Bobby Labonte still yet to announce their plans, NASCAR could be reaching the end of an era that bridged four decades, starting with Martin's debut in 1981.
"I am feeling a lot better, but I don't want to put the race team in any compromising position this weekend," Labonte said. "It just makes more sense to focus on my rehab one more week to ensure that I'm ready to go at Chicago with no issues. I plan to be back with the team then and back behind the wheel."