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« on: November 15, 2007, 03:54:38 pm »

Robby Gordon

No. 7 Camping World Ford Fusion

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Event/Date: Ford 400 – November 18, 2007

Venue: Homestead-Miami Speedway – Homestead, FL

TV/Radio: ABC / MRN, 3:30 p.m. EST


Camping World Fast Facts:

Welcome Back – This weekend marks the finale of the 2007 season. Camping World will be the primary sponsor of the No. 7 for the fourth time in the Nextel Cup Series this year. Jim Beam, Menards, Mapei and Motorola all will serve as associates.

Sponsor Info - Camping World Inc., is America's largest direct marketer
and specialty retailer of RV and outdoor camping accessories and services.
Over 8,000 quality products are available through nationwide SuperCenters, a
well-established catalog call center and an award-winning Web site. The
company has grown from a single store in Bowling Green, KY to more than 75
SuperCenters with more than 500 service bays, in 25 states and plans to
reach the 100 mark by 2008.

Farewell to the car of yesterday – The final race of the year is also the final appearance for the car of yesterday in the NNCS series. Next season only COT’s will be raced. Chassis 104 will serve as primary this week, which was last raced at Lowe’s Motor Speedway in October. Chassis 110 will serve as back up.

Baja 1000 – Robby Gordon and his No. 71 Monster Energy / Toyo Tires trophy truck finished a respectable third in his class and fifth overall for the 40th annual Baja 1000. Gordon and his Nextel Cup crew will return back to the United States on Thursday and head straight to the season finale in Homestead, Miami. Gordon started a new tradition by taking the majority of his Cup crew on the Baja adventure. Gordon’s reason - to give his team an up close look at what his off-road racing is all about.

Tight Race – Currently in the 28th position in owner points, Gordon is just 128 points out of 25th in the owner standings.

Meet the Driver – Gordon will end the NNCS season by signing autographs at his souvenir trailer on Sunday at 11:10 am.

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