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After three races in 2013, Elliott Sadler is third in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) point standings, trailing leader Sam Hornish Jr. by 19 points Brian Vickers (seventh) and Alex Bowman (10th) also rank in the top-10 Camry drivers have totaled one win, seven top-five finishes, 10 top-10 results and led 295 laps Sadler will make his first start at Bristol Motor Speedway behind the wheel of a Toyota Camry Sadler is the defending spring NNS race-winner after leading 36 laps (of 300) en route to his first career Bristol NNS win in 24 starts Kyle Busch will make his 140th start behind the wheel of a Camry in NNS competition at Bristol, matching the most series starts in a Camry with Jason Leffler Kevin Kidd, crew chief on the No. 20 Camry driven by Vickers, is from nearby Tazewell, Va. ELLIOTT SADLER, No. 11 OneMain Financial Toyota Camry, Joe Gibbs Racing What makes racing at Bristol so special for you? “Bristol Motor Speedway has always been special to me because I attended races there as a fan when I was a kid. My dad would take us and I used to sit in those stands and dream about winning a race there. To be able to race there years later, winning a race early in my Nationwide Series career in 1998 and to win my first-career Sprint Cup Series race in 2001 was special. My family has been there from the beginning and to finally have them in victory lane put the icing on the cake. ” ALEX BOWMAN, No. 99 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Toyota Camry, RAB Racing Who will you talk to in order to better prepare for Bristol? “I don’t really know who to talk to for Bristol. I don’t know a lot of the drivers. Obviously, I’m new — it’s my first time going there. I pretty much will talk to anybody that will listen. If I could talk to Kyle Busch about some tips for Bristol – that would be really cool. Got to figure that out. Feel like we’re really prepared and got a great race car to go to Bristol.”
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