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Elliott Sadler will drive a full Nationwide Series schedule for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2013, team president J.D. Gibbs confirmed on Monday.

Sadler is leaving Richard Childress Racing after finishing second in points the past two seasons. There was speculation he might drive a part-time Sprint Cup schedule for JGR, but Gibbs said that was not in the plans. Gibbs said he was unsure which numbers would be assigned to which drivers at this point.-jayski.com
Mon, Nov 19, 2012 09:58:00 PM

David Mayhew (No. 17 MMI Racing/Ron's Rear Ends/Pour House Chevrolet) is at the top of the speed chart in the final practice leading to the K&NPS-West Bill Schmitt Memorial 150 at California’s Shasta Speedway.

He put up a 75.070 mph lap in the final practice. No. 99 Chris Eggleston, No. 27 Gracin Raz, No. 16 Brandon McReynolds and No. 6 James Bickford are the rest of the top five and No. 15 Jack Sellers was the slowest of the 22 cars running in this final session.
May 30 - 5:01 PM

Ryan Partridge led the first practice for the K&NPS-West Bill Schmitt Memorial 150 at California’s Shasta Speedway.

A 74.813 mph lap in the No. 31 9 Sunrise Ford was the quickest of the 22 cars out on the track for the first practice session. No. 17 David Mayhew, No. 99 Chris Eggleston, No. 16 Brandon McReynolds and No. 21 Alex Schutte are the rest of the top five on the speed chart. No. 38 Rob Powers was the slowest.
May 30 - 4:56 PM

Scott Heckert (No. 34 Project Lifesaver Chevrolet) is at the top of the speed chart in the final practice leading to the K&N PS-East NASCAR Hall of Fame 150 at North Carolina’s Bowman Gray Stadium.

He put up a 62.661 mph lap in the final practice. No. 22 Austin Hill, No. 9 William Byron, No. 5 J.J. Haley and No. 51 Dalton Sargeant are the rest of the top five and No. 45 Christian Celaya was the slowest of the 19 cars running in this final session.
May 30 - 4:47 PM

Kaz Grala (No. 3 Kiklos Olive Oil Toyota) led the first practice for the K&N PS-East NASCAR Hall of Fame 150 at North Carolina’s Bowman Gray Stadium.

A lap of 61.983 mph was the quickest of the 21 cars out on the track for the first practice session. No. 22 Austin Hill, No. 34 Scott Heckert, No. 51 Dalton Sargeant and No. 5 J.J. Haley are the rest of the top five on the speed chart. No. 45 Christian Celaya was the slowest.
May 30 - 4:44 PM

Kyle Busch posted the third-quickest average time in Saturday morning’s practice with a speed of 154.123 mph. His top speed was set late in the session from his laps 28 through 37.

Busch had a strong return at Charlotte Motor Speedway last week, but he barely missed the top 10. This week he qualified 10th and should be able to stay in that range most of the day. It is still too soon to determine his odds for finishing there, however.
May 30 - 3:57 PM

Jimmie Johnson posted the second-quickest time in Saturday morning’s practice session. His top speed of 154.703 mph was set during his first 10 laps on the track.

Johnson rolls off the grid 14th and will need to rely on a long green flag segment in the early stages of the race to establish track position. Once he gets to the head of the field, he will stay there and should contend for his 10th Dover victory.
May 30 - 3:40 PM

Darrell Wallace Jr. won the Coors Light Pole Award for the Buckle Up 200 presented by Click It or Ticket with a lap of 23.378 seconds, 153.991 mph.

This is the No. 6 Ford EcoBoost Mustang driver's second pole in 18 NASCAR XFINITY Series races. It is his first pole and sixth top-10 start in 2015. This is Wallace's second pole in two races at Dover International Speedway.
May 30 - 2:34 PM

Kurt Busch posted the fastest 10-lap average in the morning practice session with a speed of 156154.766 mph during his first 10 laps on the track.

Busch was not very strong in qualification and rolls off the grid 13th, but he seems to be a driver who needs to find his rhythm. He should be considered a favorite to finish in the top 10 on the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks.
May 30 - 2:18 PM

Denny Hamlin completed a perfect weekend by winning final practice with a speed of 156.087 mph. Previously he won the pole and also posted the fastest lap in Saturday morning’s session.

With a perfect sweep of the weekend, it is impossible not to consider Hamlin a favorite for the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks. He should run in the top 10 most of the afternoon and challenge for the win.
May 30 - 1:59 PM

Denny Hamlin proved that winning the pole for the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks was no fluke. On Saturday morning he once again had the fastest car and posted a speed of 156.331 mph to narrowly edge teammate Carl Edwards.

If Hamlin keeps his speed up for one more practice session fantasy owners will be tempted to start him, but his Dover International Speedway record has been uneven recently with a top-five, another top-15, a 20th, and a 34th in his last four starts. His worst finish came after he led the field to green and then suffered an accident.
May 30 - 11:03 AM

This week Greg Biffle scored a top-10 qualification effort for the first time in the last five races at Dover International Speedway. His speed of 159.483 mph landed him on the inside of row four in seventh for the FedEx 400.

That is not necessarily good news for his handicap because he qualified in the top 10 three consecutive times in 2011 and 2012 with a best result of 11th. Given last week’s runner-up finish after starting fourth, Biffle will probably challenge for a top-10 this week, however.
May 30 - 10:44 AM




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