Elliott Sadler is his own greatest critic. But the Gillett Evernham Motorsports driver has stopped beating up on himself, even after back-to-back mediocre seasons, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
For one weekend at least, those fighting to secure a spot in the Chase for the Nextel Cup will be sharing the spotlight as Elliott Sadler makes his debut for Evernham Motorsports, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
It's back to Texas for some NASCAR racing. That phrase is popular now, but it was dreaded less than a decade ago, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Elliott Sadler spent the offseason hunting and hoping that changes to his team put him back in the hunt, Mark Ashenfelter writes.
With only three races left, several Cup drivers still have a lot they want to accomplish in '05. Including a trip to Victory Lane.
Although their title hopes are dashed, those who missed the Chase aren't giving up on the season. There's still plenty to race for.
Jeff Gordon's not used to fighting for 10th place in points. But that's exactly where he finds himself entering the Chase cutoff race.
With just two races remaining before the top 10 drivers are locked in for the second edition of NASCAR's postseason, Elliott Sadler is in a nerve-wracking situation.
NASCAR traditionalists wondered why the Busch Series hit Mexico City this weekend. But they shouldn't.
Elliott Sadler used to feel like he was grabbing at straws when he pondered success. Now, he's seen it firsthand.
The old Elliott Sadler didn't make bold predictions. The new Sadler's certain he can win the Nextel Cup.
See why Elliott Sadler is calling himself the favorite and who one study predicts will win Nextel Cup's Chase.