Elliott Sadler No. 21 Truck Series Advance: Nashville Superspeedway


Elliott Sadler
No. 21 Bully Hill Vineyards Chevrolet Silverado
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race 5 of 25 – Nashville Superspeedway

DOUBLE DUTY DEBUT: Elliott Sadler heads into this weekend’s race at Nashville Superspeedway without a single lap on the 1.333-mile concrete oval, but he will exit the weekend with two races at the track under his belt. Sadler will participate in both the Truck Series and Nationwide Series races this weekend, both of which will be his first race at the track in each respective series.

WELCOME WNY WINERY: Bully Hill Vineyards will make their Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) debut this weekend at Nashville Superspeedway on the No. 21 Chevrolet Silverado, where the Western New York winery will also serve as entitlement sponsor of the Truck Series race, the Bully Hill Vineyards 200. The No. 21, a fourth entry for KHI, will feature the winery’s Sweet Walter Red variety, described as a “grapey,” rich and smooth red wine, great for after dinner sipping and conversation.

HIP-HIP HOORAY: The Truck Series could not succeed without the continued support from the broadcast channel SPEED. This weekend SPEED will celebrate its 200th truck race broadcast. Since being involved in the Truck Series starting in 2001, KHI attributes much success based on the continual coverage and support from the SPEED organization. Thank you, SPEED for all of your hard work and helping make the Truck Series. 

AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH: During the month of April, Sadler and the rest of the NASCAR community will celebrate Autism Awareness month. Sadler, whose niece was diagnosed with Autism a few years ago, started the Hermie and Elliott Sadler foundation which raises funds to help educate those who have children that are affected by the spectrum disease which reportedly affects 1 in every 110 children in the United States. 

CHASSIS HISTORY: The No. 21 Bully Hill Vineyards team will utilize chassis No. 54 at Nashville Superspeedway. No. 54 is a new truck built for competition this season, and it will make its first laps this weekend at the 1.333-mile D-shaped oval.

How do you feel going into the race at Nashville Superspeedway?
“I’m really excited to welcome Bully Hill Vineyards to KHI as a sponsor. Their sponsorship has not only allowed KHI to run this fourth truck and give me an opportunity to run my first ever race at Nashville Superspeedway, but they’re also the race entitlement sponsor. This is obviously a very important race for them, so we’re hoping to bring them to victory lane in the Bully Hill Vineyards 200.”

Media Access: Members of the media can now log on to to gain access to press kit information online. For more information, please email Jessica Trippy at KHI at 

About Bully Hill Vineyards
Founded in 1970 as a small estate winery, Bully Hill Vineyards has grown to become New York State’s largest family owned winery. Nestled in the heart of the Finger Lakes Region of New York State, Bully Hill Vineyards is one of America’s most unique wineries. The estate features a tasting room, gift shop, art gallery, wine museum and restaurant which features unique and innovative cuisine. Fun and educational wine tours and tastings make the experience one to remember. Our wines are an extension of the growers’ and winerys’ commitment to quality. For more information please visit

Fast Facts:

Elliott Sadler
Nationwide Series Statistics at
Nashville Superspeedway
-No Previous Starts-

Race Info:
April 22, 2011
Nashville Superspeedway
1.333-mile D-Shaped Oval
Bully Hill Vineyards 200
150 Laps/200 Miles

Broadcast Info:
TV: SPEED will broadcast live at 7:30 p.m. CST
Radio: The Motor Racing Network (MRN) will broadcast live at 7:45 p.m. CST

Car Specs:
Chassis: 054
Engine: Earnhardt-Childress Racing (ECR)

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