Dale Earnhardt Jr. currently drives for Hendrick Motorsports.
Dale Jr will drive the 88 car for Hendrick Motorsports.
Jeff Gordon drives for Hendrick Motorsports (Rick Hendrick, Owner), alongside Jimmie Johnson (#48), Kasey Kahne (#5), and Dale Earnhardt Jr. (#88). Gordon has driven for Hendrick Motorsports since 1992.
In 2008, Dale Jr. drove for Hendrick Motorsports.
Dale Jr. drove for Dale Earnhardt Inc. (DEI) from 1999-2007. In 2008, Junior started driving for Hendrick Motorsports.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. drives the #88 car for Hendrick Motorsports in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
From 1990 thru 1993.
He drove for him in one race.
Because, Hendrick Motorsports released Kyle Busch from the 5 car in order to make room for Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Joe Gibbs snatched Kyle up to drive for him.
When Dale Jr. began driving for Hendrick Motorsports, Budweiser went with Kasey Kahne full time from 2008-2010. In 2011, Kevin Harvick will drive the Budweiser car in 20 races.
No, he does not. Mark Martin made the switch from Ford to Chevrolet after the 2006 season. He currently drives the #5 Chevy for Hendrick Motorsports.
No. Dale Jr. primarily drove the red #8 Budweiser car. He did drive the #8 car at times with black or white being the dominant color in his paint schemes. The only time he got to drive a green car was when he joined Hendrick Motorsports. This being the #88 Amp Energy/Mountain Dew paint scheme.
Ricky Craven drove the #50 Budweiser car for Hendrick Motorsports for only eight races during the 1998 season.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. #88Jeff Gordon #24Jimmie Johnson #48Kasey Kahne #5
In 2004, Kyle Busch drove for Rick Hendrick, owner of Hendrick Motorsports. He drove full-time in the Nascar Nationwide Series, while also starting six races in the Cup Series that season.
Jeff Gordon drives the #24 Drive To End Hunger/Axalta Coating Systems Chevy SS for Hendrick Motorsports.
Currently, Kasey Kahne drives the #5 Chevrolet SSfor Hendrick Motorsports. In the past, Kahne has driven a Ford and a Toyota.
In Jeff Gordon's first two seasons in the Nascar Cup Series, he drove the #24 DuPont Chevy for Hendrick Motorsports.
Dale Earnhardt Drive is located in Avondale, Arizona.
He wasn't allowed much in the form of decision making at DEI, and he had a close friendship with Hendrick and his late Son, It was the obvious move. I to am happy he did. Answer Because he's a smart guy. Let's face it Hendrick's got it figured out. Gordon and Johnson are great drivers, (especially Gordon), and Hendrick's domination in the last 10 years is unquestionable. Also, the Hendrick team has figured out the Car of Tomorrow, and have won nearly all those races this year. Junior wants to drive for a winner. And you can writhe and Nash your teeth all you want, but this is a winning team. At last, Gordon and Junior are teammates. Yeah. I like it. What do you think all the hillbillies with summer teeth are going to think of their boy Junior now? Their faith in the system must be really in doubt. It's a great move for Hendrick, it's a great move for Junior, and now we'll have a product in the Hendrick team with him replacing Kyle Bush, that isn't so unpredictable. Yeah, Jeff and Junior. What a team.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. did drive for Dale Earnhardt Inc. in the Busch (now Nationwide) Series, but never in the Winston Cup (now Sprint Cup) Series.
There is no primary Pepsi car currently in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. Jeff Gordon on occasion will drive a car with a Pepsi paint scheme, being that Pepsi is one of his main sponsors through Hendrick Motorsports. Jeff Gordon's primary sponsor is DuPont.
As a fellow Mainer, I felt obligated to answer this question as we have and continue to follow Ricky Craven's career. He did indeed drive the #25 Budweiser car for Hendrick Motorsports in the late 1990s (1997/1998). Ken Schrader, Bill Elliot and Wally Dallenbach have also worn the Budweiser red and white in recent years.