Sadler a sleeper for Saturday night
Sprint Cup Series drivers constantly contend that the Daytona International Speedway they see in February is a different track than the one they face in Florida's torrid July heat and humidity. During the Fourth of July weekend, the 2.5-mile track is much slicker, it's tougher to negotiate and tougher for the drivers to handle their cars, and the statistics confirm the drivers' statements.
Rarely does a driver who performs well in the season opening Daytona 500 in February back it ...
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