Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway won’t be remembered fondly by those associated with Hendrick Motorsports or its fans.
The team that normally dominates the NASCAR Sprint Cup series suffered the worst combined finish for its four cars since 2005 as all four finished outside the top 25.
The first was Jeff Gordon who was swept up in a crash on lap 6 when Bobby Labonte in his first race for Phoenix Racing, spun exiting turn two snagging Gordon in the process and sending both cars into the wall. MORE>>>
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