After nearly being out of a race car for the better part of an entire season, Alex Bowman got his chance to get back behind the wheel this weekend, joining Chip Ganassi Racing for the Drive For the Cure 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Hendrick Motorsports has named Darian Grubb as the crew chief for Kasey Kahne and the No. 5 Chevrolet SS team for the remaining nine playoff races of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.
Liberty University and Hendrick Motorsports have reached a two-year agreement that will make the world’s largest Christian university a primary sponsor of William Byron’s No. 24 Chevrolet Camaro, starting next season.
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.
William Byron was officially announced as Kasey Kahne’s replacement at Hendrick Motorsports on Wednesday morning, and will drive for the 12-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship team starting in 2018.
Hendrick Motorsports and Kasey Kahne will end their six-year run together following the end of the current Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.
William Byron and JR Motorsports will honor the memory of Ricky Hendrick with a special throwback paint scheme during next month’s NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Darlington Raceway.
Alex Bowman was officially named as Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s replacement on Thursday morning, becoming the new full-time pilot of the No. 88 Chevrolet in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for 2018.
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.
Hendrick Motorsports and defending NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson have agreed to a three-year extension that will keep one of the most accomplished drivers in history behind the wheel through 2020.
Hendrick Motorsports announced Tuesday that executive vice president and general manager Doug Duchardt will leave the organization later this summer.
Following a concussion last June that ultimately robbed him of the second half of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season last year, Dale Earnhardt Jr. openly admitted that there were times where he thought he might not get the opportunity to decide for himself when his driving career would end.