RIDGELAND, Miss. — As the offseason rolls along, another team is up for their Season in Review” and this weeks team to be profiled is Joe Gibbs Racing, which battled for both the drivers championship and the owners championship with two different teams throughout 2014.
The Joe Gibbs Racing stable for the Nationwide Series in 2014 consisted of three cars. The No. 11 Toyota...
Elliott Sadler came into Saturday's O'Reilly Auto Part Challenge NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Texas Motor Speedway fourth in points, but his Halloween weekend quickly became a nightmare.
Friday night, Sadler got food poisoning and had to be replaced in his No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota by Clint Bowyer for Saturday morning's Nationwide qualifying.
Sadler took three liters of...
Roush Fenway Racing announced on Friday that Elliott Sadler will move over to their team in 2015 from Joe Gibbs Racing, bringing OneMain Financial with him to run the full season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. The mustang that Sadler will drive will be numbered 1.
“It is an honor to remain with OneMain Financial next year,” Sadler said. “Their commitment to teamwork and excellence...
he will be moving over to Roush Fenway Racing next season in the #1 OneMain Financial car for the 2015 NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Kimi Raikkonen still wants to race in NASCAR.
Accell Construction is the sponsor for Reed Sorenson this weekend.
Elliott Sadler will join Roush Fenway Racing in 2015 driving the No. 1 Ford Mustang in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Sadler and long-time sponsor OneMain Financial will move out to RFR for next season. Previously known as CitiFinancial the company has sponsored RFR entries in the Nationwide Series from 2008 to 2010.
OneMain Financial will be the primary sponsor of Sadler’s car for...
OneMain Financial announced today that it will be the primary sponsor of the Roush Fenway Racing No. 1 OneMain Financial Ford Mustang driven by Elliott Sadler in the 2015 NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS). This sponsorship reunites the two organizations as OneMain Financial (previously known as CitiFinancial) sponsored Roush Fenway entries in the NASCAR Nationwide Series from 2008 to 2010...
On Friday night, a familiar tune played and this wasn’t a happy tune. It was a tune that Elliott Sadler is getting sick of hearing. For the fourth straight year in a row, the Virginia native is watching his championship hopes slip away with each passing lap.
Sitting within striking distance of points leader Chase Elliott, Sadler was hoping to have a good finish on his hometrack...
Elliott Sadler came into Friday night’s Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway with the points lead. However, after a 21st place finish, Sadler now leaves Daytona frustrated and disappointed.
Sadler kicked off the night well, holding down the lead at lap eight with teammates Kyle Busch and Darrell Wallace Jr. The three-some led all the way till the first pit stop...
Veteran Elliott Sadler has taken over the NASCAR Nationwide Series points lead following 200 laps at Kentucky Speedway.
Rookie Chase Elliott is only four points behind Sadler. Regan Smith finds himself eight points out in third place.
NASCAR Nationwide Series points following Kentucky
After winning the pole for the Treatmyclot.com 300, Elliott Sadler ran inside the top five throughout the entire day before finishing fifth for his second top five of 2014.
“It was good to start on the pole,” Sadler commented post-race. “My guys did a good job with my Sport Clips Camry with qualifying today. It just got a little too tight during the race. When you’re tight...