Chase brings home his 2nd win after tackling a field of grueling challengers on course of its own at Dover!
At Richmond, Chase clinched his berth in a second-consecutive NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. Though he entered the postseason without a win, he entered the playoffs seeded as the No. 10 driver thanks to six playoff points earned via two stage wins. Through Richmond, he earned a 14 top-10 finishes and six top-five..Read More
Chase Elliott claimed his second consecutive Daytona 500 pole with a 46.663 sec. split to narrowly outpace his Hendrick Motorsports teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. (46.665 sec.) on Feb. 19, 2017 at Daytona International Speedway. Chase became the first driver to win back-to-back Daytona 500 poles since Ken Schrader took three straight..Read More
Chase Elliott was named the 2016 Sunoco Rookie of the Year in the Sprint Cup Series after finishing the season 10th in the driver standings, recording two poles (Daytona 500, Talladega I), 10 top-5’s and 17 top-10’s. He led 358 laps and became the third rookie to ever qualify for the..Read More
Chase Elliott recorded his third major super late model victory in the 29th annual World Crown 300 super late model race at Gresham Motorsports in Georgia. In front of friends and family at his local home track, the 16-year-old driver dominated all night in his No. 9 Aaron’s Dream Machine/Hendrickcars.com Chevrolet and won..Read More
Chase Elliott became the youngest winner ever of the Winchester 400, a super late model race that has a previous winners list that reads like a Who’s Who of American stock car racing, including Bob Senneker, Rusty Wallace, Mark Martin, Mike Eddie, Butch Miller and Kyle Busch. The win electrified the..Read More