CONCORD, N.C. -- Hendrick Motorsports posted its 10th consecutive points-paying race with a top-five finish, thanks to Kyle Larson's third-place result at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Monday afternoon. 

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This current streak started at Dover Motor Speedway in May and matches one that occurred, which spanned the final 10 playoff races of the 2013 season from Chicagoland Speedway in September to Homestead-Miami Speedway in November. 

The Rick Hendrick-owned team has had three streaks larger than that in the last 15 years. Over the second half of the 2012 season and the first six races of 2013, the organization had a 24-race streak of top-five finishes. In 2021, the organization had a 14-race streak of top-five finishes that went from Martinsville Speedway in April to Atlanta in July. In 2012, the squad had a 13-race streak that lasted from Auto Club Speedway in March to Kentucky Speedway in July.

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Top-five results by Hendrick Motorsports during the current 10-race streak: 
New Hampshire: Larson finished third
Atlanta: William Byron won
Chicago Street Course: Chase Elliott finished third and Larson placed fourth
Nashville Superspeedway: Elliott finished fourth and Larson placed fifth
Sonoma Raceway: Elliott finished fifth
WWT Raceway: Larson finished fourth
Charlotte Motor Speedway: Byron finished second
Darlington Raceway: Byron won and Elliott finished third
Kansas Speedway: Larson finished second and Byron finished third
Dover: Byron finished fourth

All in all, the organization has notched a series-best 26 top-five finishes on the season and in all but three (Atlanta in March, Bristol Motor Speedway's dirt race in April and Talladega Superspeedway in April) of the 20 points races run so far.