Found November 11, 2012 on
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Elliott Sadler, driver of the #2 OneMain Financial Chevrolet, spoke to the media Friday before Saturday’s Great Clips 200 from the Phoenix International Raceway. Video courtesy of NASCAR Media Group.
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Joey Logano smoked the field, while Elliott Sadler’s title dreams went up in smoke.
Logano, the pole-sitter, dominated Saturday’s Great Clips 200, beating new Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Brian Vickers to the finish line to win for the ninth time in 21 starts this season, the first time at Phoenix International Raceway and the 18th time in his career.
Sadler’s wreck forced the...
Elliott Sadler was running 12th with two laps to go when he made contact with the No. 88 car of Cole Whitt. Sadler tapped Whitt’s car and then made contact with the wall. As his car came down off the wall it was hit by teammate Brendan Gaughan ripping the nose of the car off. Sadler entered the race tied for the points lead with Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
The crew attempted to make repairs...
AVONDALE, Ariz. — Joey Logano smoked the field, while Elliott Sadler’s title dreams went up in smoke.
Logano, the polesitter, dominated Saturday’s Great Clips 200 Nationwide Series race at Phoenix International Raceway, beating new Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Brian Vickers to the finish line to win for the ninth time in 21 starts this season, the first time at PIR and the 18th...
Richard Childress Racing teammates finished sixth (Austin Dillon), 22nd (Elliott Sadler) and 26th (Brendan Gaughan). Sadler ranks second in the NASCAR Nationwide Series driver championship point standings, 20 points shy of Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s lead, while Dillon ranks third in the standings, 25 markers behind the leader. The No. 2 team is third in the Nationwide Series owner championship...