Sadler Seeking First Loudon Victory
Elliott Sadler – New Hampshire Motor Speedway Advance
Team: No. 1 OneMain Financial Ford Mustang
Crew Chief: Phil Gould
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Sadler at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Elliott Sadler will make his 12th NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) start at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this Saturday afternoon in Loudon, NH. In Sadler’s previous 11 starts at New Hampshire, he has one top-five and three top-10 finishes.
The veteran driver from Emporia, Va. also has 24 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) starts at New Hampshire with one top-five and six top-10 finishes.
Previous NASCAR XFINITY Series Race
Sadler finished in fifth-place during last Friday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) race at Kentucky Speedway. Rain cancelled NXS qualifying on Friday afternoon and the starting positions were set from Thursday’s NXS practice times. Starting 11th, Sadler got off to a great jump and worked his way up to the sixth position by Lap 50. The crew executed fast stops and the mid-race adjustment by crew chef Phil Gould helped Sadler maintain his position for the majority of the race. In the final laps, Sadler tracked down the No. 33 car and was able to bring home a top-five finish.
2015 NASCAR XFINITY Series Driver Point Standings
Following the NXS race at Kentucky, Sadler moved forward another position in the NXS Driver Point Standings. After 16 races, Sadler is 65 points behind the leader and currently stands in the fourth position.
TV coverage for Saturday’s NXS race will be on NBCSN at 4:00PM ET.
OneMain Financial Show Car
Sadler’s No. 1 OneMain Financial Ford Mustang will be in the following New Hampshire cities this week; Nashua, Hooksett, Concord and Belmont. For exact locations and times, visit www.OneMainRacing.com.
“The past two weeks has been a real confidence booster for the No. 1 OneMain Financial crew. We’ve had some bad luck earlier this season and it’s refreshing to bring home back-to-back top-five finishes. We moved to fourth in the standings and things are really clicking within our team. This week we head north to New Hampshire Motor Speedway, which can be a very difficult track if your car isn’t set up to match the minimal banking. We’ve rolled a fast car right off the truck these past few weeks and we’re hoping we can do the same again this Friday.”