Found November 12, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
Starting the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix International Raceway from the 17th position, Marcos Ambrose gained spots in the early laps of the event to be scored in 15th on Lap 10. Though he was gaining spots, Ambrose relayed to crew chief Drew Blickensderfer that the car was tight in the center and on exit off the corners. A caution at Lap 18 allowed Ambrose to come to pit road for a trackbar adjustment and fuel only in an attempt to help the Black & Decker Ford’s handling condition. Several cars elected not to pit during the early caution and Ambrose restarted in 18th. Shortly after making his initial stop of the day, Ambrose relayed to Blickensderfer that his No.9 machine was still tight in the center and off, but was now loose on entry into the corners as well. Struggling with the handling of his car, Ambrose slipped back to the 20th position at Lap 45 and remained there until the yellow flag flew for the second time on Lap 53. Blickensderfer called his driver into...
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