Rick Hendrick of Hendrick Motorsports owns four cars in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. Jeff Gordon, along with Rick, are part-owners of Jimmie Johnson's car.
Hendrick Motorsports fields four race cars in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.#48 - Jimmie Johnson#24 - Jeff Gordon#88 - Dale Earnhardt Jr.#5 - Kasey Kahne
Dale Jr. is a co-owner of JR Motorsports, which fields four cars in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (#5, #7, #9, #88). The teams two other owners are Rick Hendrick and Dale Jr's sister, Kelley Earnhardt Miller.
#5 - Kasey Kahne#24 - Jeff Gordon#48 - Jimmie Johnson#88 - Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Contact one of the race teams. I know Hendrick, and Childress sell cars.
There are 43 cars that start each Nascar Sprint Cup Series race.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Cars are standardized to weigh 3400lbs (1542.2kg)
No mustangs are not used in nascar the cars in nascar are the "official stock car of nascar"
43 race cars in each race.
The cars in Nascar typically weigh around 3,400 pounds.
The popular story is that while driving in the 2000 Busch Series (now known as the Nationwide Series) for Herzog Motorsports, Jimmie asked fellow Nascar driver Jeff Gordon's advice on a subject at a drivers meeting. The two became friends, and Hendrick Motorsports, on Jeff Gordon's recommendation, offered Jimmie a driver development deal with a potential for advancing in 2002. In 2002, Jimmie became a full time driver in the Cup Series for Hendrick Motorsports. What the popular story omits is the role GM racing head Herb Fishel played in getting Johnson into stock cars to begin with, with the goal of eventually elevating him to Hendrick Motorsports, the "works" team of Chevrolet in NASCAR circles.
No. Tony Stewart and Gene Haas co-own the #14 and #39 cars. Hendrick Motorsports supply the engines for Stewart Haas Racing.
The Nascar Cup Series fields 43 drivers at every race they go to on the schedule.