Robby Gordon will miss the Sprint Cup Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway.
Robby Gordon Motorsports and SPEED Energy have formed a partnership with BIGFOOT 4x4, Inc., owner of the most well–known monster truck in the United States.
Robby Gordon’s qualifying speed was not good enough to make the field for the Sprint Cup Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Robby Gordon will start 17th in the lineup for the Daytona 500.
Having fallen out of the top 35 in owner’s point, Robby Gordon and crew will head to Daytona Beach with one thing on their mind – to qualify for the biggest race of the year.
Robby Gordon escaped injury despite flipping his Hummer on Saturday and then won the final 18-mile stage Sunday in Peru to finish fifth overall in the event.
Robby Gordon secures the last qualifying slot open to teams outside of the top 35 in owners points for the Sprint Cup race.
Coming off of a disappointing weekend at Watkins Glen, Robby Gordon is looking for redemption at the Nationwide road course race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal tomorrow.
Recognized as a key competitor in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series road course races, Robby Gordon is looking at Watkins Glen as a chance to get the No. 7 SPEED Energy team back in the top 35 in owner points.
Robby Gordon, known as one of the toughest contenders for any road course race event, and the No. 7 team have been preparing for this weekend’s race for weeks now.
The No. 7 Fast Five / SPEED Energy Dodge Charger R/T team is preparing to take the Lone Star state by storm this weekend with their promotion of the upcoming action-thriller Fast Five.
Robby Gordon grew up in Orange, CA, a short distance from the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana.
Thunder Valley is about to get its first taste of SPEED Energy when the No. 7 Dodge Charger R/T of Robby Gordon Motorsports rolls into town.