On Saturday, Elliott Sadler will run his 855th and final NASCAR race in a special car designed after the vehicle that he began his stock car career in.
Furniture Row Racing has announced that Kurt Busch will replace Regan Smith in the team’s #78 Chevrolet from Charlotte onwards. Busch, who was offered a lifeline by James Finch and Phoenix Racing after his public sacking by Roger Penske last year, will do the full 2013 season with the Colorado-based outfit, which has a technical alliance with Richard Childress Racing.
After Elliott Sadler pulled out of his deal with Michael Waltrip Racing to drive its no.55 for 6 races, Brian Vickers has been given the opportunity to make his racing return.
After beating fire and rain, Matt Kenseth was able to hold off his Roush-Fenway Ford team-mate Greg Biffle and a charging Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win the delayed Daytona 500 on Monday night.
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