One driver who won't have fond memories of Canada is Robby Gordon. With two laps left on Saturday, Gordon was black-flagged for not lining up in his assigned place on a restart. When the caution flag had waved two laps earlier, Gordon had just taken the lead, but an instant later he was spun by Marcos Ambrose. Gordon believed he should have been allowed to move back up for the restart with two to go, but officials ruled that Gordon improperly advanced under yellow and told him to restart in 13th. Gordon ignored the directive, restarted second and slammed into Ambrose on the first turn (above), causing him to wreck. Gordon then was the first to cross the finish line and, in a stunning act of denial, did a victory burnout. But NASCAR rightly awarded the win to Kevin Harvick ( Gordon officially finished 18th) and suspended Gordon from the Cup race at Pocono because he had been a "threat to the orderly conduct of the event."