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Latest Elliott Sadler Items
Hoping to avoid a repeat of the controversial finish to the Nationwide Series race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, NASCAR official David Hoots delivered a stern lecture during the drivers' meeting before Sunday's Brickyard 400.
With most of the NASCAR world focused solely on Charlotte and Saturday night's All-Star Race, the Nationwide series has the Iowa Speedway all to itself.
Everyone deserves another chance at some point, even a NASCAR driver who has wrecked everyone in his way, or let his temper derail his career, or lost both his confidence and competitive edge.
Only six of 43 cars made it unscathed to the finish line of the Nationwide Series opener at Daytona International Speedway.
Elliott Sadler will be in the Daytona 500 for Richard Childress Racing.
Brad Keselowski has a special gauge that lets him know how much fuel he has in whatever car he's driving: His behind.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. vividly remembers the moment he realized he had a legitimate shot at winning NASCAR's first Cup race at Daytona International Speedway since his father's death at the storied track.
Elliott Sadler does a great job shilling for his sponsors, and he's a natural in front of cameras.