NASCAR Needs To Step InKevin Harvick was going to get his revenge on Chase Elliott, believing somewhere, and somehow, he'd even the score after Elliott cost him a win last month.
Kyle Larson Lands Full Sponsorship & Extension Through 2023Rick Hendrick gave Kyle Larson a second chance in NASCAR because Hendrick Motorsports had wanted him in its lineup for years. Now that Hendrick has his man, he has locked Larson down for two more seasons with full sponsorship.
Kyle Larson Unstoppable At HendrickEverybody knew Kyle Larson was going to win races once he started driving Rick Hendrick's cars.
NASCAR Cup Series Normal Going ForwardPractice, qualifying, happy fans, and a Hendrick Motorsports driver winning at Charlotte Motor Speedway: It doesn't get much more normal than that in NASCAR these days.
Team Hendrick Eye’s The KingHendrick Motorsports tied The King in the rain, spray and mud of Texas. Now it's time to go home to see if it can pass Richard Petty as NASCAR's winningest team.
Johnson Ready To Move On With Life After NASCARJimmie Johnson handed out mini bottles of Patron at his retirement announcement — so perfectly on-brand for the cool Californian who stormed to a record-tying seven NASCAR championships yet somehow bored fans who found him too vanilla for their liking.
Hendrick Motorsports Turning Things Around After Awful 2018The rebuild at Hendrick Motorsports has been slow, but the organization with 12 Cup titles is inching closer to weekly relevance. Chase Elliott won his second race of the season on Sunday at Watkins Glen to close a bold week for the team.
Hendrick Sends Statement With Sweep To Open DaytonaRick Hendrick was telling the truth when he insisted this year was going to be much improved from last season.
Hendrick Vows To ReboundRick Hendrick worked too hard building NASCAR's top organization to tolerate mediocrity. If his teams had simply been average last season he might not rate it as one of the worst in team history.
Chevy Corvette Stingray Auction Helps Raise $2.2M For Karmanos Cancer InstituteThe Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute's Annual Dinner, April 20, has already raised more than $2.2 million toward its $2.5 million goal, thanks in part to the auction of the first regular retail production 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible, donated by Chevrolet.