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Sentences forElliott Sadler
- He would come away with a career-best fourth place in the championship standings, losing a numerical tiebreaker for third with former RCR driver Elliott Sadler.
- His part was overshadowed by Elliott Sadler's violent hit into the inside wall in the same crash.
- He finished seventh behind teammate Elliott Sadler in the 2008 Daytona 500, was a repeat of the 2007 race where they both also finished sixth and seventh respectively.
- In the Texas Nationwide race, Bowyer replaced Elliott Sadler on lap seven due to a stomach illness, Bowyer qualified for Sadler for the race.
- His third win of the year came with controversy after on a late restart, he took out Points leader Elliott Sadler and went on to take the win.
- Brian Vickers and Elliott Sadler would drive the No. 55 for races Martin was originally intended to drive for MWR in.
- Virginia natives currently competing in the series include Denny Hamlin and Elliott Sadler.
- Being the last person out on the track, Brian nipped Elliott Sadler's qualifying time.
- But on lap 100, Elliott Sadler got bumped by Jeff Gordon and spun Bowyer, dropping him all the way back to 34th place.
- Elliott Sadler beat the record before Brian, qualifying in the 49/50th spot.
- The 2018 race produced the closest finish in any of NASCAR's top three series, when Tyler Reddick edged Elliott Sadler by 0.0004 seconds, making it the closest finish in NASCAR history.
- At the end of the 2011 season, having scored 16 Top 5 finishes, Stenhouse won the Nationwide Series championship by 45 points over Elliott Sadler.
- Kahne would have the strongest performance out of all the young drivers, earning three second-place finishes through the first eleven races and five on the season, including two close finishes with Matt Kenseth and Elliott Sadler.
- KHI's 2 car, driver Elliott Sadler, and sponsor OneMain Financial moved over to RCR.
- In 2013, Elliott Sadler was signed to drive the renumbered No. 81 (reverse of 18) for three races, with his former sponsor at Robert Yates Racing, Mars, Inc., promoting their new Alert Energy Caffeine Gum on the car.
- In August 2006, Gilliland replaced Elliott Sadler as the driver of the M&Ms/Mars-sponsored No. 38 Ford in the NEXTEL Cup Series for Yates Racing.
- This win gave him the ride in the 38 car in mid-2006, replacing Elliott Sadler in the 38 car.
- In 2003, Rudd signed to drive the No. 21 Ford for Wood Brothers Racing replacing Elliott Sadler and responded with four Top 5s and a 23rd-place finish in points.
- Michael Waltrip, who won that infamous 500, pulled off a slingshot last lap pass on Elliott Sadler to win his first career Truck race in a No. 15 truck, the same number on his Cup car in the 2001 500, with his brother Darrell in the broadcast booth.
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