“It was a fun end of the race. I wish I didn’t have to do it like that, but it probably made it exciting.”
“Once we got the lead – thank you to my pit crew, they did an outstanding job – it’s really special to be here.”
“It is just huge for our team to get this second win and inching toward being the team to beat.”
“I wish Kelley (Earnhardt-Miller) was here because I remember her telling me the answer to this a couple of days ago, and I can’t remember what she said.”
“My first words were ‘Eight years,’ my eighth year in the series. My guys have stuck with me through the hard times, when everybody has counted us out and wondered why I get to drive this car.”
It seems like there is a shift taking place, where in recent years, it’s been an absolute necessity to bring sponsorship and cash to an organization to have a car to drive.
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Elliott Sadler hung up the helmet on Saturday evening, concluding his career with a 14th place finish in the NASCAR Xfinity Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. A … Continue Reading Elliott Sadler concludes NASCAR Career at Homestead
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