Qualifying for the race on Sunday occurred and the winner of the poll for the race was Jeff Gordon with a speed of 96.288 MPH. Also on the front row is Denny Hamlin. Getting to miss the race this weekend is Kyle Petty.
NASCAR has said no to David Reutimann, 26th in the points, on points swap with #44 car that is 34th place in the points. NASCAR is only going to do a point swap if a merger occurs.
Elliott Sadler says he does not know how he injured his back. He expects to race on Sunday, but for the Truck series race Dennis Setzer is going to be in the car.
Greg Biffle says that he is 90% sure that he is going to stay at Roush.
Richard Petty says that he is close to signing a deal with a sponsor.
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Mike Smith is not the interim crew chief for the #21 car.
Kyle Busch is not looking to run a full Nationwide Series season now.
Mike Bliss is looking like the front runner to be the driver for the #1 Phoeniz Racing Nationwide Series car.
NASCAR Now show says Robby Gordon is to be the #22 Nationwide series car for the next two races.
UPDATE: Fitz Motorsports now says that a bunch of other cup drivers are going to be in the #22 Nationwide car for the rest of the season.
The Tums company is going to sponsor its first ever NASCAR race on October 19, 2008 at Martinsville.