William Byron delivered Hendrick Motorsports a Daytona 500 win Monday 40 years to the day the winningest team in NASCAR ran their first race, the 1984 Daytona 400.
David, meet Goliath.
Hendrick Motorsports officials spoke to the media Saturday morning about the upcoming three-week absence for driver Alex Bowman.
Another week, another round of penalties for Hendrick Motorsports.
After Friday’s practice, NASCAR confiscated the hood louvers from the cars of Larson and his Hendrick Motorsports teammates, William Byron, Alex Bowman and Josh Berry.
Chase Elliott underwent successful surgery to stabilize a broken tibia in his left leg Friday night.
The NASCAR Appeal Panel announced a change to William Byron’s penalty, giving him his Playoff points back but doubling his fine.
Kyle Larson will drive for Hendrick Motorsports through 2026 with HendrickCars.com as his sponsor, the team announced Friday.
Greg Ives, crew chief of the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet and a longtime member of the organization announced Friday that at the end of the 2022 season he will be stepping away from his crew chief duties.