Found October 22, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
Marcos Ambrose started the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event at the Kansas Speedway from the 18th position. After running the first 20 laps he relayed to his crew that the Black & Decker Ford was loose on entry into the corners. Caught in traffic and struggling with a loose condition, Ambrose had fallen to 20th when the first caution flag of the day flew on Lap 32 for debris. Crew chief Mike Ford elected to bring his driver into the pits for four fresh tires, fuel and air pressure and wedge adjustments. Several cars elected to only take two tires and Ambrose restarted in 25th. Several laps into his second green-flag run of the day, Ambrose relayed to his crew that he liked the changes made on the previous stop. With his car running more to his liking, Ambrose had worked his way up 21st by Lap 50. The next round of pit stops came under caution at Lap 73 and Ford called for more air pressure and wedge adjustments in an attempt to make the Black & Decker machine turn better in the...
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