Can you believe that Rockingham race? It was awesome! You know what I like most about Winston cup? Just about no one who was competitive at Daytona was ay Rockingham, except maybe Mark Martin and Kurt Busch.
You tell me if Gordon's not a driver or what? Guy gets spun with, what, 30 laps to go or something, saves it, them comes back up top 20
Now, we're gonna have us a battle. Totally different track. Flat as a board. Bracks rule this track. I called Tony or Hordon for Rockingham (and I am still convinced Gordon would have been up there if he hadn't been spun), For this one, I again see it as a fight between Gordon and Stewart, but this time it's Robby Gordon and his road track experience. Road racers (Like Rusty too!) run good on the flat tracks. (Oh, yeah, that OTHER gordon is a good road racer too)
Originally posted by AWArulz(Oh, yeah, that OTHER gordon is a good road racer too)
I had never noticed that Gordon excells at road tracks (I go to Watkins every year) Damn girlfriend moving in, I have only gotten to see maybe 10-15 laps so far this year, maybe this weekend will be different. Personally I think RCR will get their first win of the year.
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Robby's won a lot of open wheel road races. Especially off road. From his bio: A six-time off-road champion, Cerritos, Calif. native Robby Gordon moved to sports cars in 1990, winning five GTO races in 1991 and a Trans-Am race in 1992.
So he's a fair road racer. And that OTHER Gordon? My gosh, he won like 5 or six races at the road courses. IN A ROW! Hold on:
Yeah, in 2000, at Sears Point, he won his 6th consecutive road race. OK, so he hasn't ruled since then, but he's a proven road racer. (plus: I have him in my fantasy team right now...)
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