Ready for Atlanta, the NASCAR Nationwide Series' teams and drivers are up for the challenge
NASCAR Nationwide points battle is tight as the drivers take on Bristol night race.
Sadler to run retro paint scheme in 1,000th NASCAR Nationwide Series race.
NASCAR Nationwide Series top-10 in the standings are separated by only 74 points as they head to the road course in the middle of Ohio.
The track is a 2.4-mile, 15-turn road course, and Sadler will turn his first laps on Thursday during an extended Nationwide Series practice session.
There was no doubt that Kyle Busch wanted the win at the Brickyard in Indiana as he demolished his rivals in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race and was the one kissing the famous yard of bricks.
Elliott Sadler is still seething over last weekend's crash with Regan Smith in New Hampshire.
Sadler holds onto the fifth position in the Nationwide Series driver championship point standings, 24 points behind the leader with 15 races remaining in the 2013 season.
Half way home, full throttle. And full emotion.
Earning points per race is a good thing but for many drivers and teams, like Bowyer and his crew chief Brian Pattie, would prefer to have some trips to Victory Lane.
NASCAR Nationwide Series race was filled with action and few cautions but the final one in the Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway set up the green-white-checkered ending. Elliott Sadler took the Dash 4 Cash bonus.
Kyle Busch now has five victories out of eight races that he has started in the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series.
Elliott Sadler: "I think this OneMain Financial team is ready to get to Victory Lane."
The Toyota team is strong in the NASCAR Nationwide Series events at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, and Kyle Busch proved that again! Sam Hornish still holds the points lead.
Joe Gibbs Racing driver earns second top-five of 2013.
After the first of 33 Nationwide Series events, Sadler sits 12th in the driver championship point standings.
Consecutive titles give Stenhouse springboard to NASCAR Sprint Cup future