Kurt Busch finished 31st due to a part failure early in the Irwin Tools Night Race.
With three races left before the start of the NASCAR playoff system, Ambrose and the team are ready to take chances if in position to take a checkered flag.
Mark Martin: “I love Michigan. It’s like a big short track. The track lends itself to the guys who focus on the handling of their race cars."
A top-five at Michigan would go a long way toward solidifying Newman’s presence in the 2013 Chase field.
Ambrose will also be pulling "double duty" this weekend, racing the STANLEY Ford in the Nationwide Series event at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on Saturday.
Team looks for do-over after being felled by 2 flats in June.
Brad Keselowski teammate, Joey Logano, is trying to claw their way back into the top-10 position needed to qualify for NASCAR’s “playoffs.”
Brian Vickers to pilot the No. 55 Aaron’s Dream Machine for all 36 Sprint Cup races in 2014.
Working the fifth lap of the day, a missed shift racing through the esses resulted in damage to the engine of the No. 83 Toyota.
The 2.45-mile road course in New York's Finger Lakes region is unlike any other on the NASCAR circuit.
"AJ did a real good job of getting a top-10 finish for us, but I think everybody knows we definitely were better than that," crew chief Brian Burns said.
Kurt Busch, driving the No. 78 Chevrolet SS, quickly jumped into the top-10 and stayed there for nearly the entire race.
Interim driver of rush truck Centers/Mobil 1 Chevrolet earns solid top-15 at The Glen.
Haas automation driver holds wild card with four races left before chase.
Owen Kelly was in the second group of eight that had five minutes against the clock to set the grid for tomorrow’s race.
Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series practice got the green flag for each of their sessions with the sun coming on the Watkins Glen road course.
No. 83 Burger King / Dr. Pepper Toyota Camry team finished in the 31st position on Sunday afternoon.
Travis Kvapil was poised to have his best finish of the season when a late-race accident left his team fighting for a lead-lap finish.
Tony Stewart is not only a champion in NASCAR but also in Sprint car racing including the World of Outlaws. The owner, driver will miss this weekend’s NSCS race at Watkins Glen.
With round 21 of 36 complete, Stewart continues to lead the SHR contingent in the championship point standings.
Danica Patrick: "Ricky [Stenhouse Jr.] loves Sprint Car racing and racing on dirt, that flipping and crashing is very much a part of that sport."