Hendrick Reveals Lowes Darlington Throwback for 2017

Like most in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garage, the four car team of Hendrick Motorsports are going back to the past for the Darlington Raceway Southern 500. Three of the 4 HMS drivers have already revealed their throwback schemes for 2017, but Jimmie Johnson and primary sponsor, Lowe’s Home Improvement waited till this morning.

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William Byron in No. 5 For 2018 Cup Season

Hendrick Motorsports is wholeheartedly embracing the NASCAR youth movement for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. With the retirement of Dale Earnhardt, Jr. after the season, Alex Bowman will be in the No. 88. Earlier this week, we found out Kasey Kahne is out of the No. 5 after this season. His replacement is another young, but talented driver — William Byron.

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Cole Whitt Looking To Use Existing Momentum for Success at The Glen

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series makes its second road course stop for 2017 and TriStar Motorsports’ No. 72 driver, Cole Whitt is looking to utilize recent good finishes to gain even more momentum at Watkins Glen International.

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Target Ending No 42 Sponsorship After 2017 Season

While this is a reality today, I feel like there was a lot of speculation that Target was pulling out of sponsoring the No. 42 team for quite awhile. It’s official today. Target is leaving the sponsorship of the No. 42 at the end of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.

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