“They Give You Millions of Dollars” – NASCAR Insider Reveals Chevrolet’s Hendrick Motorsports Bias

NASCAR has only three owners, who are affiliated to get cars for their teams. One of them is Chevrolet, one is Toyota and the third is Ford. We all know the three manufacturers. But many still wonder how much role the manufacturer plays? Do they give any benefits to the teams Hendrick Motorsports and Spire Motorsports, etc.?

Well, it really depends.


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Anyone who has seen a video or heard any of Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s podcasts knows. who is brett griffin. A NASCAR spotter answered this question on a recent episode of Door, Bumper, Clear!

Griffin said, “Just because you see a manufacturer on a car, it doesn’t mean they do a lot for you. There are teams that do it, if you’re Hendrick Motorsports, you’re Chevrolet, they give you everything. They give you they millions of dollars, they give you tons of company cars, they give you whatever you want in terms of the day what the tunnel hours are going to be.

So, basically, it really depends on the team. Because Hendrick Motorsports is the premier team in NASCAR. Naturally, Chevrolet will maintain a good relationship with the team so that Mr. H as their manufacturer. And if the top team in NASCAR drives a Chevrolet, that directly means the fans want a Chevrolet, too.


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However, when we talk about smaller teams, like Spire Motorsports which is relatively new (and supported by Hendrick Motorsports), the picture is a little different. The Spotter explained, “Then there are Chevrolet teams that only get company cars for drivers. And then there are Chevrolet teams that don’t get anything.

Certainly, it also depends on the team and their performance. Clearly, Hendrick is the poster child of high-performance cars in NASCAR.

Hendrick Motorsports dominates the playoffs


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Hendrick has put all 4 of its teams in the playoffs, and none of them have been eliminated, so they will move on to the round of 12. Additionally, the Playoffs point leader today is also a Hendrick driver, who also won the regular season. season Of course, we’re talking about Chase Elliott.

LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 05: Kyle Larson (#5 Hendrick Motorsports HendrickCars.com Chevrolet) looks up to Chase Elliott (#9 Hendrick Motorsports NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet) as he answers a question for a media press conference at the Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum NASCAR Cup Series race on February 05, 2022, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo by Chris Williams/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

In fact, out of 4, three drivers are in the playoff top 5, with Bowman in 10th.


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Obviously, Hendrick is pretty strong, but will one of them win the playoffs? Let us know your choice in the comment section.

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