—————————– February 20, 2001

In a day everyone will remember for the death of a legend, Dale Earnhardt, Robby Gordon finished 37th in the 43rd running of the Daytona 500.

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—————————– February 20, 2001

For starters, I’m not really qualified to write anything about the death of Dale Earnhardt. I’ve been involved with the NASCAR community for little over a year, and given that, what do I really I know? Everyday, however, I learn something new about NASCAR. So instead of giving any type of opinion on what happened, I’m simply going to relay my brief exposure to “The Intimidator.” He’s a figure like I’ve never seen, and while I knew he was an icon of the sport, I had no idea just how big of an icon he really was.

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—————————– February 16, 2001

The Twin 125’s started innocently enough for Robby Gordon from the 10th position. He played a patient game early, sticking with the high line and resisting the urge to step out and make moves. At that point the high line and low line hadn’t really played themselves out. But as the race progressed past the halfway point, Gordon showed his colors and let the field know that his Kodak Chevy was a contender. He ran as high as 3rd with only ten laps to go following a fantastic charge to the front after a restart.

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—————————– February 13, 2001

Robby Gordon’s yellow Kodak Chevy posted the 13th-fastest time of the day in Daytona 500 practice Tuesday. Gordon made three different runs on the day as the team focused on finding the best ride-height attitude within a draft. According to Mr. Gordon, it’s hard to really gauge anything right now, but as far as he’s concerned he feels good about his car… – more –

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©2001 Robby Gordon.