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Join in here and discuss all the weekend action for the 2012 Bristol #1 cup race. Robby Gordon will attempt to qualify the #7 SPEED Energy Dodge into the field. Here is the weekend schedule for RGM at the Tennessee track. UPDATE: Robby Gordon had to withdraw after the McClaren techs couldnt diagnose the problem with the EFI/ECU shorting out. Car would not start.


Practice 12:00pm - 1:30 pm/et ( TV - SPEED )
Qualifying 3:30pm - 4:30 pm/et ( TV - SPEED )

Practice Live Leaderboard


Practice   9:30am/et - 10:25am/et ( TV - SPEED )
Happy Hour 12:00pm/et - 1:00pm/et (TV -SPEED )


Raceday 1:00 pm/et , greenflag at 1:15 pm/et ( TV - FOX )




1. Back In Black Scheme? YES
2. Sponsors ? SPEED Energy
3. Crew Chief ? Miles Stanley
4. Full Race? NO
5. Souvenir Hauler ? NO


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EFI cost $12,000 per car... How many do you want to buy?? Even Kurt Bush in Daytona had to swap out units between cars!

I'm going to Menards tomorrow to buy some more Speed. I know it's small but that is my way of trying to help. Robby proved he could compete with sponsorship. Would someone please sponsor this guy!

i know some mexicans who would start up that engine even without fuel on it , lol.

I'm having Speed Octane with Bacardi Limon. 

2 thumbs up ! Enjoy !

founded as the Dodge Brothers Company in 1900 to supply parts and assemblies for Detroit's growing auto industry, Dodge began making its own complete vehicles in 1915. The brand was sold to Chrysler Corporation in 1928, passed through the short-lived DaimlerChrysler merger of 1998–2007 as part of the Chrysler Group, was a part of Chrysler LLC owned by Cerberus Capital Management, a private equity investment firm, and is now a part of the Chrysler Group LLC which has an alliance with Fiat. Fiat has plans to evolve many Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep existing platforms and products into Fiat-Chrysler co-developed vehicles.

A Fiat that won't start. What else is new?

I agree for the most part, now I dont see the point of bringing up dakar and indy issues as they have nothing to do with this. Cmon though this is turning into an emberassing joke. Had to withdraw because car would not start, DNQ last week drove across country to start and park anyway. Rob is my man and my favorite driver......but let me ask you this, if Robby is our favorite driver, and they cant start the car, make races, or run more than a few laps, who are we supposed to pull for. I dont buy tix to see my driver not in the race, its boring I have nobody to pull for. I do not understand why RGM is still trying nascar. They dont seem to be making any progress (just being honest). why not just stick to Offroad racing. I hate even posting this cause I am diehard but nothing is being accomplished right now, and it makes me both sad and frustrated, im sure Rob is too though. Just had to get that off my chest.

@Jeff, if all else fails go with buck shot.No one else to blame? Why not blame Na$crap for mandating a untried POS system?
Fuel injection is not new to stock car racing.The ASA touring series (defunct for a while now) used Chevrolet crate engines (Vette LS) with Chevrolet (Delphi I believe) ECU/wiring/electric fuel pump with few failures for all the years they used the system.

The NASCAR mantra: Not Invented Here.

ASA motors seemed to work well...

1992 Dodge Dakota, 463,000 miles, rebuilt trans w/original motor... just sayin


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