Parrott named Sadler’s crew chief

Richard Petty Motorsports announced that Todd Parrott, who was replaced as the crew chief of Matt Kenseth two weeks ago, will become the crew chief for Elliott Sadler and the No. 19 Ford team.

The duo previously worked together in the 2004 Sprint Cup Series season. That season, Sadler finished the season ninth in Sprint Cup Series points — his best career points finish in the series. Two of Parrott’s 29 wins in the Sprint Cup Series as a crew chief came in the 2004 season with Sadler.

[media-credit id=2 align=”alignright” width=”400″][/media-credit]“We are happy to welcome Todd to our team and reunite him with Elliott,” Robbie Loomis, Vice President of Competition for RPM, said. “We appreciate all of Wally Rogers’ hard work with this team for the first half of the season. He will continue to be a valuable member of RPM.”


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Parrott has 15 years of experience as a crew chief in a major, national touring NASCAR series.


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