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LOOKING FOR WIN NO. 1: This weekend when Elliott Sadler climbs behind the wheel of the No. 11 Sport Clips Toyota, he will make his 20th-career NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) start at his home track of Richmond (Va.) International Raceway (RIR). In his 19 previous starts at the famed short track, Sadler’s best finish is second in 2005. He will be looking to make start number 20 number one with his first win at the track.
SEASON KICK-OFF: Elliott Sadler will kick off the race season for Sport Clips Racing this weekend carrying their colors on the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota for the Nationwide Series ToyotaCare 250 Friday night at Richmond International Raceway. Sport Clips will return to the car for six more races this season with Sadler (May 10 – Darlington; July 5 – Daytona; July 13 – New Hampshire; August 3 – Iowa; September 21 – Kentucky; October 5 – Kansas) and two races with Denny Hamlin and the No. 11 Sprint Cup Series team (May 11 – Darlington; August 31 – Atlanta).
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Looking for his first-career Nationwide Series win at his home track, Elliott Sadler started the ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway from the 14th position in the No. 11 Sport Clips Toyota.
Strapped in for 250 laps around the Virginia short track, Sadler moved into the top 10 on lap 21 and when the first caution of the race was displayed on lap 25, Sadler radioed...
A host of NASCAR drivers and personalities suited up for an out-of-the ordinary competition Wednesday, April 24, as they took part in the Second Annual Celebrity Softball Game between Dover International Speedway and Pocono Raceway at the home of the Harrisburg (Pa.) Senators. Clint Bowyer, with support from Elliott Sadler, captained Team Dover to a dramatic 9-8 walk-off win over...
Kyle Busch was the first Camry driver to the finish line in the Toyota Care 250 tonight at Richmond International Raceway with a third-place result.
Busch led the field twice for a total of 18 laps.
Brian Vickers (fourth) and Elliott Sadler (sixth) also registered top-10 finishes.
Sadler was at the front of the field once for 18 laps.
Parker Kligerman (11th) and Mike Bliss (13th...