LONG POND, Pa. -- As far as race car drivers go, Elliott Sadler is about as laid back as they get. When some are stressing over whether their crews are making the proper adjustments to their cars, Sadler is chilling in his motor coach playing video games. He trusts his boys' skills.
He takes things in stride, rarely letting the hustle and bustle of the racetrack get him worked up.
But Friday, the man was straight-up freaking out. Winston Cup practice was almost two hours old for Sunday's ...
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