Robby Gordon believes Sunday's race at Sonoma will be his last one of the NASCAR season.
Gordon has no sponsorship lined up beyond this week. He's raced only twice this season - the Daytona 500 and at Phoenix. After failing to qualify at Las Vegas and California, Gordon has not attempted to make a NASCAR race since March.
''For 2012, this is probably my last event,'' Gordon said. ''Right now, today, we don't have anything planned past Sunday.''
Gordon will start 34th at Sonoma, where in 2003 he picked up one of his three career victories. He has no plans to race this summer at Watkins Glen, where he also won in 2003.
''I'd love to go to Watkins Glen, but I don't have a sponsor right now to go there,'' Gordon said. ''So as we sit here right now, there's nothing on the table for anything until next season.''
Gordon said he has money lined up for two races in both 2013 and 2014, but he has no intention of attempting to run a full Sprint Cup Series schedule again unless a funding p...