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Topic - Marcos Ambrose
Richard Petty, still mourning the death of his wife, skipped the short trip to Martinsville Speedway to watch his team compete.
In 75 races as teammates, Aric Almirola and Marcos Ambrose had never before run in the top five together. They finally broke through at Bristol Motor Speedway, where Richard Petty Motorsports scored its best overall day as an organization in years.
On another record-setting day at Michigan International Speedway, Joey Logano raced to one of the fastest qualifying speeds in NASCAR history.
Rhythm and technique are essential in road racing, and reigning Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski seems to have mastered it at Watkins Glen International.
Kyle Busch finally has that elusive second win at Watkins Glen International, atoning for a year ago when he lost a certain victory on the last lap.
Jeff Gordon and crew chief Ray Evernham saw the light more than a decade ago, and road racing in the Sprint Cup Series has never been the same.
Marcos Ambrose was blunt and to the point as he contemplated the twists and turns of Watkins Glen International.
When rain cut short Sprint Cup practice at Watkins Glen International and he struggled to find balance in his car, Marcos Ambrose blasted his team in the garage.
Smoke's out. Juan Pablo Montoya and Marcos Ambrose are desperate to get in.
Richard Petty Motorsports will run Marcos Ambrose in the Nationwide Series race at Mid-Ohio next month.
As Jamie McMurray turned a corner on the season with a string of solid finishes, he picked Sonoma Raceway as an upcoming track he was looking forward to racing.
Marcos Ambrose's intent was to praise the deep pool of talent at Sonoma Raceway. It came out as a backhanded compliment of defending race winner Clint Bowyer.
Brad Keselowski was asked to pick one word to describe a lap at Michigan International Speedway.
The Coca-Cola 600 was delayed 27 minutes after a FOX Sports television cable snapped and fell on the racing surface.
Steady rain Saturday washed out qualifying at Talladega Superspeedway, where the field was set by practice speeds.
"This business is all about details. You aren't going to do it with a 25-pound spring change on race day; you will do it by everybody having the attention to detail and commitment to being the best they can," Ambrose said. "You have to rally the troops around your team and there are a lot of people that play a part in our success on Sunday and we are very mindful of that, and Drew is great at getting people up and getting them committed."
"We have a lot of confidence that we can continue this level of performance," Ambrose said. "California is a tough track, really fast with a lot of grooves, but we're ready to step it up there and get a good finish. We haven't had the results we have wanted there, but we've put in work with these new rules to get better. I know the guys will be busy this weekend so we get the best car possible for Sunday."