CONCORD, N.C. -- In the NASCAR Cup Series, the offseason is the perfect time for drivers to relax, explore other endeavors and spend time with family and friends.
With 2020 in the rearview mirror, take a look at how Hendrick Motorsports drivers spent the offseason.
Kyle Larson, who will drive the No. 5 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE this year, didn't stray too far from his dirt racing roots. He won at Millbridge Speedway for the Midget Showdown on Dec. 12.
He also helped raise funds for the Sanneh Foundation, which helps with food distribution, education support and community assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chase Elliott took on the Snowball Derby and the Midget Showdown at Millbridge Speedway during the offseason, as well. He placed third behind in both events.
William Byron had a busy offseason, as well. He helped announce Liberty University's fiery new scheme for 2021 and helped bring out the Christmas spirit through some fun Hendrick Motorsports cheer.
Alex Bowman took time to volunteer at the Humane Society of Charlotte during the offseason. The newly tabbed driver of the No. 48 Chevrolet partnered with Ally for the outing for a cause near and dear to Bowman's heart.
Bowman also participated in the Midget Showdown as an owner and took time for a little rest and relaxation.