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CONCORD, N.C. – Kyle Larson will have a crisp blue, white and red scheme on board his No. 5 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE for 2021. 

 On Monday, Hendrick Motorsports announced will serve as the majority primary sponsor for the organization’s flagship No. 5 Chevrolet. 

Fans can take a unique look at the No. 5 Chevrolet and it's details by clicking here. Fun facts surrounding the stock car include not having windshield wipers, needing a spotter to drive and extra “optional” packaging for the “rare” Camaro.

Spearheaded by team owner Rick Hendrick himself, Hendrick Automotive Group has 93 locations in 13 states and nearly 30,000 cars to choose from, which can be seen at It also has on-site shops that offer same-day services from factory-certified technicians.

The scheme originally ran for three races last season on William Byron’s No. 24 machine. In those three playoff races (Talladega, Charlotte roval, Kansas), Byron finished inside the top 10 all three times and placed fourth at Talladega.

Larson’s Chevy also pays homage to Ricky Hendrick, who drove a similar scheme when he was driving in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoor Truck Series (formerly the Craftsman Truck Series) and the Xfinity Series (formerly Busch Series). Brian Vickers piloted the scheme when he was in the Xfinity Series, as well.

Larson will hit the track for the first time with the scheme at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on March 7. Click here to check out all angles of the sleek Chevrolet.