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CONCORD, N.C. – As 2018 comes to a close, we thought we would look back to an eventful year at Hendrick Motorsports.

We’ve already recapped the top stories, videos, Instagram posts and tweets of the year. Now, here are the top photo galleries of 2018.

15) No. 88 hauler’s 2018 season overhaul

With Alex Bowman  piloting the No. 88 Nationwide Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for his first full-time season, the No. 88 Nationwide hauler went through a transformation of its own in preparation for the 2018 NASCAR Cup Series season. 

14) Teammates dress for the occasion during ‘throwback lunch’

Teammates from all around the Hendrick Motorsports campus gathered together for a 'throwback lunch' leading up to the Round of 12 playoff race at Talladega Superspeedway. Several teammates, including Jeff Gordon, William Byron and Alex Bowman, dressed up for the occasion. 

13) No. 24 rainbow paint scheme through the years

At Darlington Raceway, William Byron piloted the No. 24 Axalta rainbow throwback Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in the annual Labor Day weekend event. Prior to the event, we took a look at the iconic scheme through the years. 

12) Elliott celebrates milestone win in Victory Lane

At just 22 years old, Chase Elliott captured his first career Cup Series victory at Watkins Glen International. The win also marked Hendrick Motorsports' 250th victory, making the organization just the second team to reach 250 wins. We went behind the scenes in Victory Lane to capture the iconic moment. 

11) Evolution of Johnson’s Lowe’s paint schemes

After an unforgettable 17-year run, Jimmie Johnson piloted the No. 48 Lowe's for Pros Chevy one final time in the 2018 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. We looked back at the evolution of the famous scheme all the way from 2001 to 2018. 

10) Fans celebrate Halloween Hendrick Motorsports style

From firesuit costumes of their favorite driver to festive decorations, Hendrick Motorsports fans got in the spirit of the Halloween holiday and shared their pride via social media. 

9) NASCAR Hall of Fame opens Dale Earnhardt Jr. exhibit

The NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina, opened a Dale Earnhardt Jr. exhibit commemorating the No. 88 Axalta Chevy he piloted in his final race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

8) Teammates unload and prep No. 48 Chevy at Bahrain; #JJxALO stage set

The No. 48 team trekked to Bahrain International Circuit to unload and equip to the No. 48 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for Jimmie Johnson and Fernando Alonso's car swap. 

7) Hendrick Motorsports teammates and fans celebrate 250th win on campus

Hendrick Motorsports teammates all across campus came together to celebrate the organization's historic 250th NASCAR Cup Series win. 

6) Sports world reacts to Elliott’s first career Cup Series win

From 2018 Major League Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Chipper Jones, Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera, to former teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr., numerous teammates, family and friends congratulated Chase Elliott on his first career NASCAR Cup Series win via social media.  

5) Behind the scenes of Johnson and Alonso’s car swap

Hendrick Motorsports took an up-close look at Jimmie Johnson and Fernando Alonso's car swap at Bahrain International Circuit. 

4) Race shops get in Christmas spirit

Hendrick Motorsports teammates showed their holiday cheer, spirit and ugly Christmas sweaters at the annual Hendrick Motorsports Christmas party. 

3 )Inside Elliott’s Dover Victory Lane celebration

Just two months after capturing his first career Cup Series win at Watkins Glen International, Elliott celebrated another race win in the NASCAR Cup Series' Round of 12 playoffs at Dover International Speedway.

2) Haulers Daytona-bound

A close look inside the Hendrick Motorsports' race shops highlighting the preparation process heading into the opening race of the 2018 NASCAR Cup Series season at Daytona International Speedway. 

1) Win-by-win: Hendrick Motorsports at 250

After Chase Elliott earned Hendrick Motorsports its 250th victory at Watkins Glen International, we counted down the organization's wins from No. 1 all the way to No. 250.