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For the foreseeable future, & we all hope that is not the case...
Would Sadler would be the obvious replacement, just signing with JGR & having Cup experience???...what other options would Gibbs consider???...just throwing out a bone...
Another hint it will be Sadler, from jayski - "Sadler to run Sprint Cup race in 2013: Elliot Sadler is scheduled to run at least one un-named NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in 2013, running the #81 Alert Energy Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. This new energy product, was recently introduced by the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company. The scheme is purple, orange-and-yellow."
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I see you read into that as well Joanie...I did too..He did pretty much stay in the tune of "the welfare of Hamlin" thing a bit too much during the broadcast...I beleive he has been contacted, just in case...time will tell...oh, & congrat's on the 352 score...
I forgot about the Larson kid. He would be a great choice.
He's already proven that he has a natural racing talent just like those before him that could win in one car and get right into another type and win in it, like AJ Foyt, Cale Yarborough and a host of others from the past to the current.
Larson just won the Saturday night WoO race. That, just hours after he beat and banged with Kyle Busch for the Nationwide win and coming up just a few feet short.
He was born with lead in his right foot.
I think that Sadler is their #1 choice as long as it does not interfere with his quest for the Nationwide Championship. Those dates, someone else will be in that car. And it could be someone from outside the Gibbs organization. Ken Schrader and Terry Labonte come to mind.
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