CONCORD, N.C. – As 2017 comes to a close, we thought we would look back to an eventful year at Hendrick Motorsports.
Take a look at the top web stories of 2017.
Four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon came out of retirement to participate in the Rolex 24 in Daytona. Gordon and his team of drivers took home the trophy for the 24-hour race, adding to his already impressive collection.
In August, Hendrick Motorsports announced new car numbers for the 2018 season. Teammates, new and old, shared their thoughts on the news.
Before the beginning of the 2017 season, NASCAR announced a new, stage-based race format, playoff points system and regular-season champion incentives. Dale Earnhardt Jr. provided his reaction.
Hendrick Motorsports and Kasey Kahne announced they will end their six-year run together following the 2017 NASCAR Cup Series season.
After missing the last half of the 2016 NASCAR Cup Series season, Earnhardt was medically cleared to race in 2017. Hendrick Motorsports owner Rick Hendrick reacted to the news.
Earnhardt and his wife Amy sat down for an interview with ESPN to discuss everything from their offseason marriage to his concussion recovery.
Earnhardt shared the unique way his wife Amy told him that she was pregnant during his appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
To celebrate Mother’s Day, Earnhardt penned a special letter to his mom that aired on ESPN. What he didn’t know when reading the letter, was that his mom was in the next room listening.
Before the green flag waved on the 2017 season, Hooters announced a primary sponsorship with Chase Elliott and the No. 24 team.
After winning his seventh NASCAR Cup Series championship, Jimmie Johnson and his family went to Aspen, Colorado to celebrate.
Earnhardt shares news of his NASCAR Cup Series retirement with the No. 88 team.
Johnson won his first career Cup race at Bristol Motor Speedway back in April. The victory marked his second consecutive win of the season.
Earnhardt and fiancée Amy Reimann closed out 2106 and entered 2017 with a lot to smile about as the couple married on New Year’s Eve.
When the 2018 season begins, Hendrick Motorsports will have a new look with four iconic numbers. Elliott will be back behind the wheel of the No. 9 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and William Byron takes the seat of the legendary No. 24 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.
With over 600 races behind the wheel, Earnhardt announced plans to retire from racing full time in the NASCAR Cup Series after the 2017 season.