Category Archives: Chevrolet Racing

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona 500 Pole Qualifying

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
DAYTONA 500 POLE QUALIFYING
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY POST QUALIFYING PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT
FEBRUARY 19, 2017

Chase Elliott, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Give Chevrolet Front Row for 59th Running of the Daytona 500
Fifth Consecutive Pole for Chevrolet in the Great American Race

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (February 19, 2017) – For the second consecutive year, Chase Elliot put the No. 24 NAPA Chevrolet SS on the pole for the season-opening Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Daytona 500. With a lap of 46.663 seconds/192.872 mph, the 2016 Cup Series Rookie-of-the-Year, claimed his third career pole. Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona 500 Pole Qualifying

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona 500 Pole Qualifying–Chase Elliott

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
DAYTONA 500 POLE QUALIFYING
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY NOTES AND QUOTES
FEBRUARY 19, 2017

CHASE ELLIOTT, NO. 24 NAPA CHEVROLET SS – Daytona 500 Pole Sitter
TALK ABOUT WINNING THE POLE FOR THE DAYTONA 500 FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR:
“It is awesome. I am just really proud of everybody at our shop – the Hendrick Engine Shop; the Hendrick Chassis Shop; Hendrick Motorsports as a whole and the No. 24 team for sure. I appreciate all of their hard work. It is great to have NAPA on board this weekend. As I said on TV, the No. 24 team here in the past – with Jeff before and with us here and at Talladega has proved they are really good at qualifying at these tracks. They are always trying to find new things with the body, or with the engine and that is proof that they are keeping up with the competition and taking that next step too. Like I said, it is a testament to them, and I am really proud of what they have done. Excited to get started this season and hopefully we can have a good run next week.”
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Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona 500 Qualifying–Chase Elliott

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
DAYTONA 500 QUALIFYING
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY NOTES AND QUOTES
FEBRUARY 19, 2017

CHASE ELLIOTT, NO. 24 NAPA AUTO PARTS CHEVROLET SS – POLE WINNER:
CONGRATULATIONS ON BACK-TO-BACK POLES. THIS IS BIG FOR YOU.
“Yeah, this is really cool. I’m just happy for our NAPA team and it’s great to have Napa on board this weekend; and a big thanks to the Hendrick engine shop and Chevrolet. Everybody at Hendrick Motorsports has done a lot of work this off-season. This team definitely has a knack for these plate tracks as they showed with Jeff Gordon and then last year with here and Talladega. But that stuff doesn’t just happen by staying the same as everybody knows. Everyone is always trying to get better and make their cars better and faster; and the engine shop is always finding new things. So, I think that’s just proof that they’re improving with everybody else and taking that next step, which is really impressive. I’m happy to be a part of it and hopefully we can run good next Sunday.”

YOU WEREN’T ABLE TO CAPITALIZE ON THAT STARTING SPOT LAST YEAR. HOW HAVE YOU MATURED AS A RESTRICTOR PLATE DRIVER TO WHERE YOU CAN SCORE YOUR FIRST DAYTONA 500 ON SUNDAY?
“Well, we finished our first Cup race at Daytona today, which was good. We didn’t win the race, obviously, but we finished. Unfortunately, we tore up a lot of stuff here last year. So I hope we can just try to get to the end of the 500 next. We’ve obviously got to get through the Duels, first. But, just making it to the end and having yourself in position, obviously we’d love to have a shot to win this thing. So, it would be great and I think we have a car that can do it. So, we’ll find out.”

DALE EARNHARDT JR., NO. 88 NATIONWIDE CHEVROLET SS – QUALIFIED 2ND
BY THAT PERFORMANCE, YOU NEVER WOULD HAVE KNOWN YOU’VE BEEN OUT OF A RACE CAR FOR 7 MONTHS. HOW GOOD DOES THAT FEEL?
“It feels good. I think the guys are a little bit disappointed. They really wanted to get the pole. I’m disappointed too, but am absolutely thrilled to have an all-Hendrick Motorsports front row. And we’ll work on the balance practice a lot this week and make sure it’s a good handling car for the race. But, it’s a good way to start the week.”

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona–Advance Auto Parts Clash Post Race

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
ADVANCE AUTO PARTS CLASH
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY POST RACE PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT
FEBRUARY 19, 2017

Alex Bowman Leads the way for Team Chevy in “The Clash” at Daytona

Daytona Beach (Fla.) – (February 19, 2017) – Alex Bowman earned a spot in the 2017 Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona International Speedway by earning his first career pole at Phoenix International Speedway last season in the No. 88 Nationwide Chevrolet SS, while filling in for the injured Dale Earnhardt, Jr. The Hendrick Motorsports organization gave the ‘super sub’ the opportunity to run the 75-lap non-points race at Daytona as the 2017 season for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series got underway. Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona–Advance Auto Parts Clash Post Race

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona–Advance Auto Parts Clash–Alex Bowman

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
ADVANCE AUTO PARTS CLASH
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY POST RACE NOTES AND QUOTES
FEBRUARY 19, 2017

ALEX BOWMAN, NO. 88 NATIONWIDE CHEVROLET SS – FINISHED 3RD
HOW MUCH FUN DID YOU HAVE?
“It was frustrating. We kind of struggled all day, a little bit. We couldn’t get the track position we needed. To come home third is solid, and not bad by any means. We will learn from it and hopefully give Greg (Ives, crew chief) and Dale (Earnhardt, Jr.) some information for the Daytona 500. It is a day race. I am just happy to be a part of the Clash. Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona–Advance Auto Parts Clash–Alex Bowman

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Advance Auto Parts Clash–Jimmie Johnson

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
ADVANCE AUTO PARTS CLASH
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY NOTES AND QUOTES
FEBRUARY 19, 2017

JIMMIE JOHNSON, NO. 48 LOWE’S CHEVROLET SS – Sidelined in a single car crash on lap 48:

THIS IS LIKE SHADES OF LAST YEAR DURING SPEEDWEEKS WITH YOUR TEAMMATES HAVING SIMILAR ISSUES, IS THIS MORE OF A HENDRICK AERO ISSUE OR THE TRACK BEING SLICK?
“I don’t know. I guess last year there were a couple of issues there. It’s so bizarre because the car hasn’t been loose anywhere else. The first time I got loose I got into the NO. 41 (Kurt Busch) and crashed him and I feel terrible for that. And then that time, I didn’t think it was going to turn around. I was about half-throttle running along. I’m not sure if the car behind me got close and helped my cause, but it had been very loose off of Turn 4 from the moment I crashed Kurt, on. Maybe the track is changing. We certainly plan to race at night. And it’s weird because I’ve made a living out of a loose race car and to have it bite me this afternoon, and unfortunately take the No. 41 out, I’m disappointed in myself and our situation for that.” Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Advance Auto Parts Clash–Jimmie Johnson

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona–Courtney Force

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
ADVANCE AUTO PARTS CLASH
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY NOTES AND QUOTES
FEBRUARY 18, 2017

COURTNEY FORCE, DRIVER OF THE ADVANCE AUTO PARTS CHEVROLET CAMARO SS IN THE NHRA DRAG RACING FUNNY CAR DIVISION, will serve as the honorary pace car driver for the Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona. Prior to fulfilling her duties as pace car driver, she met with members of the media. Full Transcript:

TALK ABOUT SERVING AS THE PACE CAR DRIVER:
“I’m so thrilled to be here, this is amazing to be here in Daytona. I got to take a couple of laps in the pace car. A little nerve racking obviously, I’m used to a flat, straight track that goes 0-1000 feet in just four seconds. Totally different type of racing for me, but obviously, I’m going a lot slower. It’s really cool. I’m totally not used to the banking here. It’s a lot steeper than it looks for the people that see it from the outside. It was really cool to kind of be on the track and experience that. I’m obviously hoping to not screw up and be able to follow the lines. I got a little advice from (Dale Earnhardt) Junior. He said some people might bump me, so I’m going to watch and make sure I don’t get into too much trouble. I’m really excited to be here. This will probably be the only time I can ever say that there are all those legends of NASCAR in my rear-view mirror. I’m really excited to say that. Just honored to be here with Advance Auto Parts. This is an honor for me and a little bit different from what I do. Hopefully, everything goes well.” Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona–Courtney Force

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona–Dale Earnhardt Jr.

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
DAYTONA 500 PRACTICE
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY DRIVER QUOTES
FEBRUARY 18, 2017

DALE EARNHARDT, JR., NO. 88 NATIONWIDE CHEVROLET SS, finished the first practice session back behind the wheel of his Chevrolet SS after missing much of the 2017 season due to injury. The No. 88 team finished the first practice session for the Daytona 500 11th on the speed chart.

DAYTONA IS A PLACE THAT HAS HAD A LOT OF EMOTION FOR YOU DALE, COMING BACK UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES HOW DID IT FEEL TODAY?
“It felt good to just get out there and get to work a little bit and be with the guys and see all the familiar faces in the garage, other drivers and team members and so forth. Yeah, just trying to put as many laps as I can behind me and get further and further into this deal to where the events from last year become more of a distant memory and don’t define me as who I am so much anymore. It will be good to get in the car and get some good wins and good finishes under our belt this season. That is our plan.”

WHAT IS THE 42-YEAR OLD VERSION OF DALE, JR. IN A RACE CAR?
“Well, I don’t really hope I change a whole lot. To be successful, particularly at Daytona you have to drive with zero fear and put your car in places on instinct without wondering and guessing about the repercussions. I have watched a lot of races, replays and stuff where we have had success and I remember that feeling of being invincible. Not even thinking about the dangers or the risks that you are taking, you are just doing. That is when you are at your best. You have to get into that frame of mind for the race and I hope to kind of still be that driver that I need to be. Outside the car though, might not take things quite as, I don’t know if serious is the right word, but don’t sweat the small stuff. Try not to let those little things get under your skin, things that really don’t matter. You get swept up in doing this week after week and it becomes who you are instead of what you do. Trying to keep that under control.”

WHAT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRAME OF MIND YOU ARE IN TODAY?
“I think just getting older and wiser. I’ve been learning so much, trying to be observant and learn and be open-minded to improving. Getting better as a person, as a driver, as a professional, never assuming you’ve got it all figured out and understanding your mistakes and correcting them. Just getting smarter and older and ready to grow-up. I always thought I was kind of mature, but there is always some room to improve. Certainly, made a lot of changes in my life in the last year that has made some big differences on me personally and I’ve enjoyed it and look forward to the future.”

HOW DID IT FEEL GETTING BACK IN THE CAR?
“It felt good. I was, not really nervous, but today went really smooth. Didn’t have any problems, so we just kind of got everything done we wanted to do and the guys will go to work and try to put together a good car for qualifying and hopefully we will get out there and get a good lap in.”

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona–Alex Bowman

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
ADVANCE AUTO PARTS CLASH
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT
FEBRUARY 17, 2017

ALEX BOWMAN, NO. 88 NATIONWIDE CHEVROLET SS, met with members at Daytona International Speedway and discussed driving the No. 88 Chevy in the Clash, his future plans and many other topics. Full Transcript:

WHAT DID YOU LEARN FROM YOUR 10 STARTS IN THE NO. 88 CHEVROLET LAST SEASON?
“Honestly, it was kind of just gaining a lot of confidence back. I spent a lot of years driving different equipment and you always feel like you can get the job done as a race car driver, but sometimes you kind of get down on yourself. Definitely felt like last year I proved to myself and everybody else that I deserve a shot to be here. At the same time, I learned a lot from all my teammates at Hendrick Motorsports and getting to lean on all those guys was so much fun. It still is fun. I’m glad to continue to be a part of the team. To get to lean on a seven-time champion in Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon, Chase Elliott, Dale (Earnhardt), Jr., Kasey Kahne, there are so many smart people. It’s been a lot of fun. It’s been a learning experience and just trying to make the most of every opportunity that I get.” Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Daytona–Alex Bowman

Chevy Racing–NHRA–Pomona

CHEVROLET RACING IN NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION
CIRCLE K NHRA WINTERNATIONALS
AUTO CLUB RACEWAY AT POMONA, CALIFORNIA
FEB. 12, 2017

Chevrolet off to quick start in NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season

• KB Racing picks up where it left off in 2016 with win at Auto Club Raceway
• Reigning Pro Stock world champion Jason Line prevails in season opener
• Courtney Force advances to Funny Car final round for 19th time in career
• John Force, who records second-best speed in history, reaches semifinals

POMONA, Calif. (Feb. 12, 2017) – In the previous 43 National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) Pro Stock seasons, the winner of the opening event has gone on to claim the division championship 12 times. Continue reading Chevy Racing–NHRA–Pomona

Chevy Racing–NHRA–Pomona

CHEVROLET RACING IN NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION
CIRCLE K NHRA WINTERNATIONALS
AUTO CLUB RACEWAY AT POMONA, CALIFORNIA
POST-RACE DRIVER QUOTES
FEB. 12, 2017

An interview with Pro Stock winner JASON LINE, KB RACING, SUMMIT RACING EQUIPMENT CHEVROLET CAMARO SS:

Q: HOW DOES THIS FEEL TO WIN THE OPENER?

JASON LINE: “The Chevy Camaro is bad to the bone right now and I feel honored to be able to drive it and honored to have the No. 1 on it. Happy to be here and I thank all the California fans for coming out.”

Q: HOW DID YOU PULL OFF A .005 (OF A SECOND REACTION TIME)?

JASON LINE: “My foot slipped again. This win is for Melissa Davis. My friend and her husband Tommy passed away today and it was just a shock. My heart goes out to them. I know this doesn’t replace anything, but I just want her to know I’m thinking about her. Thanks to Summit, KB Racing, Chevy and everyone who contributed to this win.”
Continue reading Chevy Racing–NHRA–Pomona

Chevy Racing–IndyCar–Phoenix Test

CHEVROLET RACING IN THE VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES
OPEN TEST
PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY (ARIZONA)
FEBRUARY 11, 2017

AVONDALE, (ARIZ) – Chevrolet drivers in the Verizon IndyCar Series (VICS) got down to business at an open test at Phoenix International Raceway. The April 29, 2017 race at the one-mile track just west of Phoenix, Arizona is the first oval race of the 2017 17-race season.

Making his debut as the full-time driver of the No. 21 Fuzzy’s Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet, JR Hildebrand set an unofficial track record of 19.0401seconds/193.234 mph to sit atop the leaderboard following two days of testing that included two night sessions that gave teams and drivers the opportunity to work in near-race conditions. Continue reading Chevy Racing–IndyCar–Phoenix Test

Chevy Racing–57th Circle K Winternationals

CHEVROLET AT POMONA

What:
57th Circle K NHRA Winternationals
When:
Friday, Feb. 10-Sunday, Feb. 12
Where:
Auto Club Raceway at Pomona, California
TV:
FS1: Qualifying – 1 p.m. ET Saturday (live)
FOX: Eliminations and finals – 4 p.m. ET Sunday (live)

Chevrolet Drivers Seek to Continue 2016 Momentum Into ’17 Season Opener
Optimism and expectations are high for title runs in three professional NHRA categories Continue reading Chevy Racing–57th Circle K Winternationals

Chevrolet Unveils Camaro GT4.R Racer for 2017 Competition

Chevrolet Unveils Camaro GT4.R Racer for 2017 Competition
New GT4 entry to run in Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge GS, Pirelli World Challenge GTS

DETROIT (Feb. 8, 2017) – Chevrolet today introduced the Camaro GT4.R – a new-for-2017 and fully race-ready variant of the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro.

Built to global GT4 regulations, the Camaro GT4.R is eligible in the Pirelli World Challenge (GTS class) and IMSA’s Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge (GS category), two of North America’s top GT racing championships, as well as additional GT4 series across the world.

Developed with technical partner Pratt & Miller Engineering, the Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R is built off the Camaro ZL1 road car platform. The race-tuned, dry-sump 6.2L LT1 V8 small-block engine – developed and validated by Chevrolet Racing – delivers its power through a race proven, six-speed Xtrac sequential transmission with pneumatic paddle shift and adjustable traction control. Other notable features unique to the GT4.R include:

Xtrac racing limited-slip differential
Two-Way Adjustable Ohlins Racing Coil-Over Dampers
Adjustable ABS featuring Brembo brakes with six-piston aluminum monobloc calipers in the front
Aerodynamic improvements developed in the wind tunnel including a new rear wing, front splitter and front diveplanes.

The racing success of the fifth-generation Camaro gave Chevrolet engineers a head start on creating a turn-key racer in the GT4.R.

From 2010-16, the Camaro GS and Camaro Z/28.R won 55 races, two Manufacturer’s championships and five driving titles in major North American competition. The lessons and experience aided in the design and development of Chevrolet’s latest customer-driven track car.

KB Racing teammates seek to remain a step ahead of stout Pro Stock competition

KB Racing teammates seek to remain a step ahead of stout Pro Stock competition
Reigning champion Jason Line and 2016 runner-up Greg Anderson primed for start of season

DETROIT (Feb. 7, 2017) – Jason Line is hard-pressed to imagine what he could do for an encore in 2017.

After all, the veteran KB Racing driver culled massive points from eight event victories and six runner-up finishes to keep one step ahead of teammate Greg Anderson and earn his third National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) Pro Stock world championship. Anderson matched Line’s win total to secure second place for the second consecutive season. Continue reading KB Racing teammates seek to remain a step ahead of stout Pro Stock competition

CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: Hard-Fought Result for No. 3 Corvette C7.R Excellent pit work, never-give-up spirit highlights 2017 opener

CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: Hard-Fought Result for No. 3 Corvette C7.R
Excellent pit work, never-give-up spirit highlights 2017 opener

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Jan. 29, 2017) –Antonio Garcia, Jan Magnussen and Mike Rockenfeller led Corvette Racing’s effort in the GT Le Mans class of the Rolex 24 At Daytona on Sunday. The No. 3 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C7.R placed fourth in a battle that saw the top seven entries separated by 7.5 seconds after a grueling opening race of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. Continue reading CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: Hard-Fought Result for No. 3 Corvette C7.R Excellent pit work, never-give-up spirit highlights 2017 opener

CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: Twelve Hours Down, Twelve Hours to Go

CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: Twelve Hours Down, Twelve Hours to Go
No. 3 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R in thick of GTLM fight; No. 4 Corvette supporting team effort

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Jan. 29, 2017) – The 55th Rolex 24 At Daytona has reached and passed the halfway point with Corvette Racing in the thick of the GT Le Mans battle as the race stretched into Sunday morning. Antonio Garcia in the No. 3 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C7.R ran seventh in GT Le Mans (GTLM) but was within striking distance of the team’s third straight victory at the twice-around-the-clock endurance classic. Continue reading CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: Twelve Hours Down, Twelve Hours to Go

CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: Six-Hour Update

CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: Six-Hour Update
No. 3 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R among the GTLM leaders; No. 4 Corvette encounters trouble

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Jan. 26, 2017) – Corvette Racing’s No. 3 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C7.R was among the leaders in a rapidly changing Rolex 24 At Daytona after six hours of the opening race of the 2017 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.

Mike Rockenfeller stood fourth in GT Le Mans (GTLM) in the No. 3 Corvette as rain began pelting Daytona International Speedway. Teammates Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia each drove solid triple-stints to move the Corvette from seventh at the start to as high as second in class. Continue reading CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: Six-Hour Update

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Media Tour 2–Kyle Larson

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
PRE-SEASON MEDIA AVAILABILITY
CHARLOTTE MEDIA TOUR
TEAM CHEVY DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT
JANUARY 25, 2017

KYLE LARSON, NO. 42 TARGET CHEVROLET SS, met with members of the media at Charlotte Media Tour and discussed visiting Australia and New Zealand during the off-season, the new race format, and more. Full Transcript:

TALK ABOUT AUSTRALIA:
“Australia was a lot of fun. I got to go to down there and race at Sydney Speedway, which is somewhere I’ve wanted to race for a long time now. It was a good time. We stayed in Parramatta. I got to go to the Sydney Zoo and Bondi Beach near Sydney, which was a lot of fun. I only got to run three races. One rained out and I ran third in two of them and had a really bad night in one of them. We went from Australia to New Zealand for a couple of days to try and race there, but that ultimately got rained out as well. But, I had a blast. At least for the Australia part our whole family was there. So, it was fun. We all got to hang out and had a good time. It was a fun off-season. I got to do the Chili Bowl, which is always fun. I didn’t have a good year there, but did win the Race of Champions, which was nice. So, it was a solid off-season, for sure.” Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Media Tour 2–Kyle Larson

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Media Tour 2–Austin Dillon

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
PRE-SEASON MEDIA AVAILABILITY
CHARLOTTE MEDIA TOUR
TEAM CHEVY DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT
JANUARY 25, 2017

AUSTIN DILLON, NO. 3 DOW CORNING CHEVROLET SS, met with members of the media at Charlotte Media tour and discussed his outlook for the season with Richard Childress Racing, his relationship with his brother, Ty Dillon, and how he relaxed in the off-season. Full transcript:

TY (DILLON) TALKED ABOUT WHAT AN EMOTIONAL MOMENT IT WAS WHEN THE DEAL WITH GERMAIN RACING WAS DONE. AS THE BIG BROTHER, HOW PROUD AND HAPPY ARE YOU FOR HIM?
“I’m very proud. He was emotional. He cried and gave me a hug. It was cute. It’s special; he’s put a lot of effort into it and it’s what he’s wanted to do his entire life. I’m happy for him, and he should be happy and excited. Now it’s time when the work really begins, and I’m looking forward to working with him. I think he’s an asset to RCR.” Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Media Tour 2–Austin Dillon