Gordon expects to find the magic
A ninth-place finish in a race in which he never threatened to lead is not up to Jeff Gordon's usual standards. But on Sunday, after having little more than an hour to practice following several qualifying woes, Gordon was happy to take a spot in the top 10 at Pocono Raceway. He is hopeful that it signals a journey back to the top of the standings.
"Improvement," he said, describing his run.
The trouble for Gordon started much earlier than Friday, when his crew unloaded the multi-colored ...
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