FORT WORTH, Texas -- Richard Childress Racing is going the full Nationwide Series season next year with Texas-based health and wellness company AdvoCare as the primary sponsor on Austin Dillon's No. 3 Chevrolet.
AdvoCare is expanding its sponsorship with Childress and his grandson's car from 20 Nationwide races this season.
Dillon has been the top rookie in the Nationwide Series this year. Going into Saturday night's race at Texas, he was third in season points -- 26 behind leading Elliott Sadler.
In marking National Sandwich Day, Texas Motor Speedway and Weinberger's Deli unveiled the three special sandwiches Saturday. The deli, which has three stores in North Texas, originates to the family's stores in Chicago that opened 60 years ago.
There is Johnson's "48 Special" (oven-roasted turkey breast), Stewart's "Smoke" stromboli and Bruton Smith's Billion Dollar Beef, hot roast beef grilled with bacon and mushrooms.
The sandwiches will now be on the deli's menu.
Jack Roush leads all car owners in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series wins at Texas with nine. That includes Greg Biffle in April. Joe Gibbs and Rick Hendrick are the next closest with three each. ... Chevrolet clinched the manufacturers' championship in the NASCAR Truck Series at Texas this weekend. With a third-place finish Friday night by Nelson Piquet Jr., Chevy got its eighth title since the series' inception in 1995. With 20 of 22 races completed, Chevy Silverado drivers have won 11 races this season. Season points leader James Buescher has won four races.