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Nextel Cup Series - Car #38 Driven by Elliott Sadler

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Driver:
Elliott Sadler
Vehicle Make:
Ford
Vehicle Owner:
Robert Yates
Pit Crew:
Robert Yates Racing
Crew Chief:
Todd Parrott
Sponsor:
M&M's
Car 38 of the Nascar Nextel Cup Series, currently driven by Elliott Sadler and Sponsored by M&M's


YearDriverRankPointsStartsWinsTop 5Top 10Winnings
2004Elliott Sadler63463272712$4,067,960
2003Elliott Sadler22352536029$3,660,170
2002Kevin Lepage62772000$173,787
1999Butch Gilliland68341000$25,415
1997Butch Gilliland60911000$21,410
1996Rich Woodland64521000$10,095
1995Butch Gilliland69371000$9,760
1993Bobby Hamilton372402001$142,740
1992Jimmy Horton39971000$46,175
1990Dick Johnson631893000$8,950
1990Jim Sauter58911000$11,875
1989Dick Johnson473224000$11,515
1986John Krebs871222000$2,075
1986Mike Laws791612000$3,095
1986Joe Fields12701000$875
1985Alan Kulwicki403033000$10,290
1985Morgan Shepherd311241000$55,985
1984Joe Ruttman18431000$140,150
1984Phil Barkdoll651462000$5,075
1984Morgan Shepherd28971000$59,670
1983Don Waterman641912000$3,355
1983Laurent Rioux10702000$2,555
1982Don Waterman611992000$3,805
1982Jerry Bowman12101000$765
1981Don Waterman503513001$8,570
1981John Anderson11001000$7,800
1981Sandy Satullo100701000$1,500
1980Don Waterman741912000$3,555
1979Sandy Satullo781552000$2,360
1976Jimmy Insolo613073012$12,105
1976Tom Williams115521000$1,615
1975Jimmy Insolo552973001$5,640
1975Grant Adcox33611000$16,540
1975Walter Ballard11701000$34,430
1975Tom Williams12801000$2,815


Today, NASCAR race cars have very little in common with street cars as they had in the past. Almost every detail of a NASCAR car is handmade to improve, speed, power to weight ratio, fuel economy and performance. Every detail on a NASCAR car is checked, modified and improved right down to the tires they drive on, to the design of the bumpers. The bodies are built from flat light weight sheet metal. The engines are assembled from a bare block, with special emphasis on producing, torque, power and performance. The frame is constructed from strong, lightweight steel tubing which is strong and durable in case of a crash at high speeds to protect the driver. All of these modifications and more are made to make the car faster, lighter, performance enhancing and safer then their competitions.
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