CONCORD, N.C. – For the seventh straight NASCAR Cup Series race, Hendrick Motorsports has had at least one driver finish in the top five.
The streak started last month at Michigan International Speedway with Kyle Larson's fifth-place finish and the driver of No. 5 extended that streak on Saturday night with a runner-up result at Bristol Motor Speedway. Larson leads the series in top-five finishes (13). During this stretch, each of the four full-time drivers has notched at least one top-five finish.
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Here are the top-five finishes for the team over the last seven races:
Michigan: Larson (fifth)
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course: Chase Elliott (second) and Alex Bowman (fifth)
Watkins Glen International: William Byron (WON)
Daytona International Speedway: Elliott (fourth)
Darlington Raceway: Larson (WON) and Byron (fourth)
Kansas Speedway: Larson (fourth)
Bristol: Larson (second)
Earlier this season, the Rick Hendrick-owned organization had a 10-race streak (from Dover Motor Speedway in May to Atlanta Motor Speedway in July) of top-five finishes. Last year, the team compiled a nine-race streak of top-five finishes (from Atlanta in March to Kansas in May). During the 2021 season, the four-car team had a streak of 14 races with a top-five finish (from Martinsville Speedway in April to Atlanta in July).
Tune in to watch the team look to extend its latest streak on Sunday, Sept. 24, at 3:30 p.m. ET at Texas Motor Speedway. Coverage of the opening race of the Round of 12 will be on USA Network, NBC Sports App, PRN Radio and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Channel 90).