Elliott Sadler heads back to the track where he earned his first-career NASCAR Nationwide Series pole award in 1997.
With seven starts in the Nationwide Series at Daytona, his best finish at the 2.5-mile track was last season where he started and finished in the third position in the February event. Sadler also has experience at the superspeedway in two other NASCAR series, making 25 starts in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with four top-five and nine top-10 finishes. He also made two starts at the Daytona Beach, Fla., track in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with one top-five finish and 56 laps led. Crew chief Chris Gayle will call his first shots this weekend at Daytona for the No. 11 team.-Joe Gibbs Racing