Hendrick Motorsports announces that Hooters has expanded its sponsorship of Chase Elliott and the #9 Chevrolet. The restaurant chain will increase its sponsorship from two races the past two seasons, to three for the next three years (2019-2021).
It was announced today that Chase Elliott would drive in place of Spencer Gallagher for GMS Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Darlington this weekend. Gallagher continues to recover from a shoulder injury and the team said there is no timeline for recovery yet.
CONCORD, N.C., and PURCHASE, N.Y. – Twelve-time NASCAR Cup Series champions Hendrick Motorsports and Mtn Dew® have extended their long-standing partnership through 2020. The renewal will see star driver Chase Elliott continue to represent the bold and original Mtn Dew brand. Continue reading “Mountain Dew and Hendrick Extend Deal”
CONCORD, N.C. – Hendrick Motorsports will not appeal the penalty announced today by NASCAR stemming from an unintentional support bracket failure at Texas Motor Speedway. Continue reading “Hendrick Motorsports Statement On Texas Penalty”
Before I jump into what I thought about the action is past weekend at Daytona, I have to do some house cleaning first. With this site I’ve admittedly neglected it over the past year. Without diving too much into, I needed a break and needed to re-find my focus on what I wanted to do with Start ‘N’ Park Blog. When I started this many years ago the mission was simple, give unfiltered opinions. Then I tried to be an information hub re-posting press releases, which was fine but a lot of work. These teams put out a lot of press releases beyond the news. Then I became unfocused and drifted around until taking a break last year. Continue reading “Post Daytona Thoughts”
The season opening Daytona 500 is over, but there will be many questions to answer in the coming days for the next event on the schedule. Ironically it involves both of the Busch brothers and polar opposite reasons. Continue reading “Question Marks Heading Into Atlanta Over Replacement Drivers”
When news broke in January that Steve Letarte was leaving Hendrick Motorsports for the television booth it was anarchy. Fans and media questioned why would they announce this before the season began? Who would replace him? Then they both assumed that Earnhardt would not perform during this lame duck season. Continue reading “Commentary: Hiring Ives Will Keep Earnhardt On Track”