A pair of Hendrick Motorsports cars showed up in final practice for Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Chase Elliott’s road to advance to the next round of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs got a little bit more difficult following the release of NASCAR’s penalty report on Tuesday.
When the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season begins in February, rising star Chase Elliott will be reunited with the number synonymous with his legendary racing family and rookie William Byron will take the wheel of one of the most iconic cars in motorsports history.
Hendrick Motorsports and Chase Elliott have agreed to a four-year contract extension, keeping the reigning Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year behind the wheel of the No. 24 Chevrolet through 2022.
A chaotic Friday practice session for Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series teams at Texas Motor Speedway saw three potential race winners encounter issues at the newly-repaved and reconfigured 1.5-mile oval.
After stage one saw chaos and calamity, stage two of Sunday’s STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway ran caution-free but saw an equally exciting finish, as Chase Elliott edged out Kyle Busch for the stage win and accompanying playoff point in a photo finish.
Sitting high atop turns one and two here at the iconic Martinsville Speedway, it’s easy to get lost in the storied history of the half-mile, especially after hearing from NASCAR’s King, Richard Petty.
Chase Elliott was the fastest man early and the luckiest man late on Saturday at Martinsville Speedway, taking advantage of a late scuffle at the front of the field to score the win in the Alpha Energy Solutions 250.
Chase Elliott continued his Saturday roll at Martinsville Speedway during stage one of the Alpha Energy Solutions 250, leading all 70 laps from the pole as GMS Racing continued to run the headlines.
Saturday offered a good start to the day at Martinsville Speedway for Chase Elliott, who won his third NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole during qualifying for the Alpha Energy Solutions 250.
A daring three-wide pass for the lead carried Chase Elliott to his first stage victory of the season, as the Hendrick Motorsports young gun took the lead at lap 85 and went on to triumph in stage two of the Camping World 500 at Phoenix Int’l Raceway on Sunday.
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series sophomore driver Chase Elliott was quickest during Saturday’s morning practice after posting the fastest speed in Friday’s lone session at Phoenix.