Robby Gordon, driver No.4 Kodak MAX Film Chevy "I really got a feel of what the Kodak Chevy can do today in a draft. It was pretty awesome. The car became real tight with about 38 laps to go. David Ifft and the guys made adjustments to...
Robby Gordon, driver No.4 Kodak MAX Film Chevy
"I really got a feel of what the Kodak Chevy can do today in a draft. It was pretty awesome. The car became real tight with about 38 laps to go. David Ifft and the guys made adjustments to free up the car. We have a better idea on what the attitude of the car is now. The changes they made will work short term, but not for the long runs. I felt really bad when the engine let go. It started vibrating bad and then it just would not run. These guys have worked their butts off all winter to make changes in the program. Larry (McClure) and all of the guys really put a strong car up under me today and I look forward to racing in the 500 in Sunday. Starting in the back will be a challenge, but this team is ready for it."
Larry McClure, owner No. 4 Kodak MAX Film Chev
"I like Robby's driving style. It was a pleasure to watch him drive in the 125's. He has the desire. All of our guys were pumped. We had a little engine problem. We will fix that. I have a strong engine left for the Daytona 500. I think if we can work our way up through the field and stay out of trouble, we will be in good shape. "Those Dodges are strong. Sterling (Marlin) knows how to run this track. I hope to be up there competing with him for the win on Sunday."