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Topic - Elliott Sadler
Michael Waltrip Racing on Thursday picked Elliott Sadler to close out the season in the No. 55 Toyota while Brian Vickers is sidelined treating a blood clot.
Sam Hornish Jr. and Austin Dillon like where they are in more ways than one.
NASCAR will mark a milestone at Richmond International Raceway on Friday night when the Nationwide Series waves the green flag on the 1,000th race in series history.
NASCAR Nationwide Series races can be treacherous, with large, fast cars competing for tight space in the corners.
Austin Dillon knows the Nationwide race in Iowa on Saturday night might be his best shot yet at a victory.
Sam Hornish Jr. is the fastest qualifier for Sunday's STP 300 at Chicagoland Speedway.
Just as predictable as the weekend fender bashing is the awkward conversation a few days later.
Jeb Burton and Chase Elliott could have saved a stamp.
Justin Allgaier started the season with a new car, a new crew chief and a relatively new pit crew.
When Joe Gibbs publicly addressed the illegal part found in Matt Kenseth's engine, the team owner was respectful of NASCAR's inspection process but adamant about the importance of not sullying Joe Gibbs Racing's reputation over an infraction he insisted was not intentional.
NASCAR has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to engines, tires and fuel on a race car. Anything even slightly improper is dealt with swiftly and severely. NASCAR always throws the book at offenders.
Elliott Sadler is back in a Sprint Cup car this weekend for the first of three scheduled races with Joe Gibbs Racing, and is hoping to show enough to land a full-time ride for next season.
Elliott Sadler has come up with one way to possibly close the gap on points leader Ricky Stenhouse Jr. heading into the Nationwide Series finale.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. didn't know he had been around the Nationwide Series this long.
Elliott Sadler and Danica Patrick both enter Saturday's Kentucky 300 optimistic _ just for different reasons.
He said Waltrip and co-owner Rob Kauffman have been supportive, and he told both they could have access to his doctors if they needed assurances Vickers will be ready to race next season.
"First, I am already a teammate of Brian's at Joe Gibbs Racing and it is really tough to see him going through this again," said Sadler. "Both of us have fought hard to get back in a position to win at NASCAR's highest level. I am honored to have this opportunity to drive for MWR because I know their cars are competitive."