Robby Gordan; Nascar's Black Sheep

CONCORD, NC - MAY 15: Robby Gordon, driver of the #7 Jim Beam/Operation Home Front Toyota, drives during practice for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race on May 15, 2009 at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina.  (Photo by John Harrelson/Getty Images)
Dean StewartContributor IMay 15, 2009

Robby Gordan's luck is running out or has already in Nascar.Either he wrecks someone or he's in the wrong place at the wrong time,whatever the case may be he's not performing well.Robby hasn't won since 2003 his avg finish is 29th in 2009 still no win's no top 5's or top 10's and he has only led one lap.If i were him i would go back to baja or the IRL he seem's to do better there. I think he's a little to aggressive at time's i know rubbing is racing,but to take yourself out 9 time's out of 10 not to mention the other driver's.

Nascar driver's will get fed up with him and take him out early just to get rid of him.When the green flag drops we all take bets on who he'll get into first,and either take himself out or tick off someone who'll give him some

 payback.Robby need's to hang up his Nascar helmet,it's not been a good run for him. Maybe he could start his own IRL team and be productive in that series, i love his passion i hate his impatience. 


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