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Nascar Series

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Hendrick Motorsports is the team that won 10 Nascar championships in the last decade. Currently the team competes in top two divisions: the Nextel Cup Series and Busch Series. Jeff Gordon began driving the No. 24 DuPont Chevrolet of Hendrick Motorsports in the Nascar Nextel Cup in 1993. Over the years Gordon amazed his team by winning over 70 races including three Daytona 500 events, four Brickyard 400’s, five Southern 500’s and three Nascar Nextel All-star Challenges. The driver obtained (...)
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Hendrick Motorsports is the team that won 10 Nascar championships in the last decade. Currently the team competes in top two divisions: the Nextel Cup Series and Busch Series. The No. 5 Nascar Nextel Cup Kellogg’s/Carquest Racing team began competing in the Nascar Nextel Cup Series in 1984. The team has seenNextel Cup drivers Geoff Bodine, Ricky Rudd, Terry Labonte and Kyle Busch who is currently the official driver. From 1984 to 2007 the No. 5 team took 697 starts, obtained 26 victories, (...)
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When he reached 18 years old Busch signed with Hendrick Motorsports and won his first Automobile Racing Club of America event at Nashville Speedway. Busch qualified for the Nascar Nextel Cup Series races and due to his perfomances at the team he was selected by the owner of the Hendrick Motorsports team, Rick Hendrick, to replace the two-time champion Terry Labonte in the No. 5 Chevrolet. In the 2006 season Kyle Busch obtained a pole at Phoenix and won at New Hampshire International (...)
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Hendrick Motorsports has won nine Nascar championships in the last decade and currently fields teams in the sanctioning body’s top two divisions the Nextel Cup Series and Busch Series. Jimmie Johnson began driving a full Nascar Nextel Cup season with Hendrick Motorsports in 2002. Jimmie Johnson was the first rookie in Nextel Cup Series history to lead the points standing and clinched 3 wins that year, one in California and two at Dover. Jimmie Johnson finished the 2003 Nascar Nextel Cup (...)
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Although GM is going support them in the battle for this year’s title drivers Tony Stewart and Denny Hamlin are both excited with their team’s switch from Chevrolet Chevrolet to Toyota for the next season. The drivers are expected to become the leading Toyota drivers in the next season. "I feel like the only way that you constantly stay ahead of the game is by putting yourselves in positions to be leaders, not followers. That’s why I signed up with Joe Gibbs Racing in the first place and that’s (...)
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After Joe Gibbs Racing announced that they will switch GM to join Toyota from the 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series the manufacturer, who won more Nextel Cups and races than any other competitor, expressed its dissapointment. This happened due to the fact that for 16 years the collaboration between GM and Joe Gibbs Racing was absolutely perfect. "While we understand the business nature of racing, we are disappointed in J.D.’s decision and announcement today. With our long-standing relationship (...)
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Casey Mears will switch from the No. 25 team to the No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports team in 2008 and will leave his place to his new team mate Dale Earnhardt Jr. Mears is going to race the No. 5 car that has been used by Kyle Busch for the last 2 years. The 29 years old driver is going to collaborate with Alan Gustafson, the winner of four Nextel Cups since his first season as crew chief in 2005. Mears has done very well for Hendrick Motorsports due to the fact that the driver took his maiden (...)
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It’s official! Jacques Villeneuve, the Canadian driver, announced that he will debut in the Nascar for Bill Davis Racing this year. Villeneuve said that he took fast this decision to join Bill Davis Racing. The driver explained that his main reason for choosing this team was that they are currently the leader of the championship ( who wouldn’t choose a team that is the leader of the championship..? ) . The Canadian also added that in this way he will get some mileage in the Nascar series (...)
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The Canadian driver, Jacques Villeneuve, completed on Monday his first day of Nascar testing at Chicagoland Speedway, for the Bill Davis Racing team. The ex-champion in the Formula 1 drove a black Toyota Tundra with the No. 27, a number his father used to used in his glory days when he was competing for the Italian team Ferrrari. Villeneuve also used this number in the Indy 500 championship. At the tests the Canadian received some help from the leader of the Truck Series, Mike Skinner. (...)
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The ex-world champion Jacques Villeneuve will move a little bit closer to the Nascar on Monday when he will begin the tests with a Toyota Tundra Toyota Tundra truck at Chicagoland. The Canadian driver was invited by the Toyota Nascar team Bill Davis Racing due to the several times in the past when the driver was looking forward to move to the stock car series. Villeneuve said to the press that he received many offers but he considered that the truck series offers the closest refererence to the (...)

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