WELCOME, N.C. -- Johnny Sauter's incomplete NASCAR Nextel Cup season lost another race Tuesday when Dave Blaney was named to drive Richard
Childress Racing's No. 30 AOL Chevrolet in this weekend's Pocono 500.
Childress put Blaney in the No. 30 Monte Carlo due to a conflict with Sauter's NASCAR Busch Series program with Brewco Motorsports, which has him
scheduled to practice Friday afternoon, qualify Friday evening and race Brewco's No. 27 Kleenex Pontiac Saturday night in the Federated Auto Parts 300
at Nashville Superspeedway.
"There were conflicts with Johnny's schedules in trying to run both the Busch and Cup series, so we decided it would be best to put Dave in the car
for Pocono," Childress said.
Last weekend, RCR announced West Coast stock car veteran Jim Inglebright would drive the AOL car at Infineon Raceway later this month when Sauter has
a conflict with a night Busch Series race at The Milwaukee Mile.
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