Last-chance Ambrose answers the bell
CORNELIUS, N.C. -- Marcos Ambrose knew he had one shot to get it right. He was 32 when an opportunity to race full time in Sprint Cup finally came in 2009, three years after he arrived from Down Under.
This was why the Tasmanian racer came to America. Running in the back was not an option. This was it. Now or never. A second chance wasn't coming.
"It was go time," Ambrose said. "There's nowhere to hide. I knew the score. Get it done or get out. I knew that going in and I accepted ...
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