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Topic - Hendrick Motorsports
Hendrick Motorsports (HMS) is a current American auto racing created in 1984 by Rick Hendrick. The team currently competes in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with Chevrolet Impalas. One of stock car racing's premier organizations, Hendrick Motorsports has garnered nine Sprint Cup Series owners and drivers championships, three Camping World Truck Series owners and drivers titles, and one Nationwide Series drivers crown, 188 Sprint Cup Series victories, 29 Nationwide Series wins, and 25 Camping World Truck Series victories. - Source: Wikipedia
Back on top with only two NASCAR greats left to catch, Jimmie Johnson won his sixth championship in eight years Sunday and staked his claim as one of the most dominant competitors in sports history.
Jeff Gordon acknowledges that most of his answers will be similar when asked about his championship chances, usually along the lines of wait and see what happens.
The four-time series champion passed Matt Kenseth with 21 laps remaining Sunday to take the lead and pick up his eighth career victory at Martinsville. It's Gordon's first win at Martinsville since he swept the two races at the track in 2005.
Denny Hamlin promised he would be a factor in Sunday's NASCAR race at Martinsville Speedway, and he went out and proved it by leading a parade of drivers who smashed the track qualifying record.
Jeff Gordon got into the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship when NASCAR made an unprecedented move to expand the playoff field to 13 drivers after the controversial ending at Richmond.
Five-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson denied any wrongdoing the Chase field-deciding race at Richmond International Raceway over the weekend that has been marred by controversy.
Kasey Kahne got the jump on Jeff Gordon off the final restart with two laps left and pulled away to win at Pocono Raceway.
Jimmie Johnson lost Indy in the pits. A blown tire cost him a shot at a Pocono win.
It was a Chevrolet domination at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where Hendrick Motorsports routed the field.
The questions during NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying Friday were how many drivers would raise Kentucky Speedway's record and by how much.
Roger Penske refuted Brad Keselowski's claim that some of their employees were poached by other NASCAR teams.
The Sprint Cup points leader, Johnson pulled away on both of the last two restarts that came over the final 10 laps to pull into Victory Lane at Pocono for the first time since 2004.
Jimmie Johnson is focused on chasing victory at the Coca-Cola 600. He says he's not thinking about his championship legacy.
One of the key moments in the development of NASCAR's new Sprint Cup car came in a multicar test at Texas last fall.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s fans might not have liked it, but the driver himself has no issue with Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jimmie Johnson for passing him under caution at Martinsville.