Last season, Elliott Sadler finished second in points behind Ricky Stenhouse Jr. with no wins, 12 top fives and 24 top 10s.
“Last year we did have a great season,” he says. “You know, but it was the first year with this Nationwide car, and we all kind of had to learn it together, not only myself but also my crew chief Ernie Cope and also everybody at KHI. We went through some growing pains towards the beginning of the season, I felt like we got okay there at the end of the season and just missed our goal a little bit. We really wanted to win the championship and that didn’t happen, but it wasn’t from lack of effort. But we felt like we steadily improved as the year went on.”
So far this season, it seems that Sadler is off to a better start as he has two wins and five top 10s in five races, leading the points.
“We’re definitely off to a fast start,” he continues. “We’re competing at a higher level this year than what we did I feel like the whole entire season last year, which is always