Elliott Sadler announced that he will retire from full-time competition in NASCAR after the 2018 season. Sadler currently runs with JR Motorsports in the NASCAR Xfinity Series after racing many years in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
There was a time when Roush Fenway Racing was brought up, in respect to the Nationwide (soon to be XFINITY) Series you could say it was dominate. Mark Martin spent many years winning a lot of races for the team, then Carl Edwards stepped in and kept the train rolling, and then there was Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. picking up back to back championships. Continue reading “Sadler Should Do Good With Roush Fenway In 2015, Not Great”
Robert Yates Racing announces it has released crew chief Michael “Fatback” McSwain from his contract. McSwain was to have remained with the team as they transitioned from driver Ricky Rudd to Elliott Sadler in 2003. Instead with his release McSwain is free to move to Joe Gibbs Racing where he will be paired with driver Bobby Labonte.