Super Sunday For Hendrick Motorsports Raises Hopes For 2019


"I think everybody at Hendrick Motorsports, not just the No. 48 team, has worked really hard over the offseason, and I think some of it showed today".

We learned a lot about the Daytona 500 on Sunday even if it wasn't the things we most wanted to know. "But when we come to these plate tracks, he causes at least one wreck every plate race", Menard said in an interview with FS1.

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Rolling off the trucks as the four fastest cars for the Daytona 500 was an important message for the carmaker and its flagship team.

Paul Menard led 51 laps and controlled the race interrupted multiple times for rain.

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Manchester United , meanwhile, came second just behind Juventus in Group H, with three wins and a draw from six games (10 points). Worryingly for PSG , it is not a naive approach exclusively based on bombing forward.

"I could see [the rain] coming, I knew that was my lap to make the move", Johnson explained in his interview. Johnson said he will gladly take the win. "So this year to have them right on top of each other just means that the organization did a heck of a job, engine shop, body shop, teams working together". We can kind of chill out throughout the Duel races and learn a little bit. Listen to us discuss the Great American Motorsport, NASCAR!

"A lot of you people were here back in the (No.) 24 days, in its youth and to be a part of that and be able to come back as crew chief of the 24 auto and qualify first for the Daytona 500 is just an awesome dream for me", Knaus said after claiming Chevrolet's 700 pole in NASCAR's premier series. "What I thought and hoped was the opportunity of a lifetime wasn't".

The last pole sitter to win the race was Dale Jarrett in 2000. I've lost plenty this way. "I felt like from past year, it was one of the longest that I ran". A few hours into the day, things got off to a good start as he qualified third for the Daytona 500. "Certainly, hate to see all these cars tore up".

"It was putting some pressure on me", Johnson said.

"It's no different than an National Football League team when you've got a really good coach and a really good quarterback and a really good team, but for some reason it is exhausted and you need a spark", Hendrick said. "And that's why we end up single-file a lot is just trying to make sure we're making our move because sometimes your final - your move is your last move because the cars are so unstable". Ironically enough, he didn't enter victory lane the way he would after any normal points Cup race either, as he walked over to Gatorade Victory Lane high-fiving fans as his crew wheeled the No. 48 Chevrolet, with its new Ally Bank paint scheme, into the gated checkered pavilion.