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Latest Marcos Ambrose Items
Clint Bowyer raced to his first victory on a road course, and first with Michael Waltrip Racing, by holding off Kurt Busch at Sonoma.
Marcos Ambrose had never won a Sprint Cup Series pole before last week.
When the black Chevrolet with the green No. 88 crossed the finish line, Dale Earnhardt Jr. ended a streak of 143 Cup races without a win and gave his legions of fans a thrilling reward for all their support — and patience.
It was just a couple of fast laps for Aric Almirola and Marcos Ambrose. It was a lot more than that to NASCAR's "King."
Marcos Ambrose started the Coca-Cola 600 on the front row, but a broken left wheel hub cost him a shot at giving owner Richard Petty a victory in NASCAR's longest race Sunday.
When Jimmie Johnson left his pit stall with his gas can _ and his gas man _ still attached to his No. 48 Chevrolet it cost the five-time Sprint Cup champion a chance to win the Coca-Cola 600.
After months of wondering when any Hendrick Motorsports car would win again, NASCAR's powerhouse program is on a major roll heading into the Coca-Cola 600.
Jeff Gordon understands winning a pole doesn't mean very much for the big picture.
A glance at the drivers competing in the 2012 Sprint Cup Series: