By: Toby Christie, Editor – Follow on twitter @toby_christie
FORT WORTH, Texas — It’s been a whirlwind week for Chase Elliott.
Last Sunday, it looked like the 21-year-old driver would capture his first win, as he was leading with a few laps to go at Martinsville Speedway. Then, Elliott was spun out of the lead and into the wall after a super aggressive move by Denny Hamlin.
While the crowd cheered in support of Elliott and rained boos down on Hamlin, Elliott took the high road and refused to say anything negative about his competitor.
Friday in his media availability Elliott continued to keep his head down when questions of retaliation were raised.
Continue reading “Elliott Refuses to Talk Hamlin Payback, But Likes His Chances at Texas”
Kerry Murphey recaps the NASCAR Charlotte race weekend for the Cup and Xfinity Series. We also hear from the Hendrick Motorsports crew from the launching of their 2018 Chevrolet Camaro’s.
Continue reading “Audio: The Final Lap – Charlotte Recap / Hendrick Unveils Camaro’s”
By: Toby Christie – follow on twitter @toby_christie
It didn't take long for Hendrick Motorsports to find a successor for the No. 5 Chevrolet, which will be vacated by Kasey Kahne at the end of the season after the team announced earlier this week that they were going to end Kahne's contract a year early.
Continue reading “Reports: William Byron to Drive No. 5 for Hendrick in 2018”
By: Toby Christie – Follow on Twitter @toby_christie
After six years of driving the No. 5 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports, Kasey Kahne will have to search for a new ride in 2018, the race team announced in a press release.
Continue reading “Kasey Kahne Will Not Be Back at Hendrick in 2018”
Aug. 18, 2016
NASCAR Wire Service
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points leader William Byron has signed a multi-year driver agreement with Hendrick Motorsports, the team announced Thursday. Continue reading “William Byron signs with Hendrick Motorsports, will drive XFINITY Series car in 2017”