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Building a speedway car for a track like Talladega (Alabama) Superspeedway is like putting together a giant puzzle with tiny pieces – if you were doing it in slow motion. The process is a crawl; a slow and gradual evolution.  Little by little, the car is assembled and perfected. And from step one until the finishing touches, not one stone is left unturned and nothing goes on the car until it’s proven that it works.

Steve Bergh

Aero specialist, No. 48/88 team

Most people see the Hendrick Motorsports Victory Bell as a way to commemorate the win. They think of it as a way to celebrate a victory, and it is. It’s a great opportunity for us as a company to pause and enjoy the win together. We just did that last week with Dale (Earnhardt) Jr. in honor of his Daytona 500 win. He rang that bell through every building on the complex and shook the hands of each individual. 

Ron Bates

Machinist

I joined Hendrick Motorsports as a developmental pit crew member in September.  Formerly an offensive lineman from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, I didn’t have a racing background, but knew I wanted to continue my athletic career in a team sport.

John Gianninoto

Development pit crew
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