Infineon: How Well did the Road Course Ringers Race?

Mike DiMauro@miked31784Senior Writer IJune 22, 2008

Infineon, one of two road course that the Sprint Cup races on every year. Some of your favorite NASCAR drivers are these ringers. Here's how the road course experts did at Infineon:

Jeff Gordon: After a late race incident, he managed to move up to finish third.

Juan Pablo Montoya: He had a good day after a few problems, finished sixth.

Tony Stewart: He was in second place late in the race before he was spun down to 19th. He did managed to overcome that and finished tenth.

Terry Labonte: Pretty good day, 17th place finish.

Patrick Carpentier: 23rd.

Ron Fellows: After being in the top 10, he was involved in an incident that dropped him down to 29th.

Sam Hornish Jr.: 31st

Max Papis: 35th

Robby Gordon: Struggled all day, finished 36th.

A.J. Allmendinger: Struggled all day, finished 37th.

Scott Pruett: After a late race incident, he fell to 38th.

Boris Said: No luck all day, finished 41st.

Marcos Ambrose: He started well, in the seventh position and was running as high as fourth place before he was involved in a crash that sent him to 42nd.

Brian Simo: Finished the race early, was out early in the race, finished 43rd.

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