The Hendrick Motorsports #25 car was driven by Casey Mears in 2007 for 36 races. Brad Keselowski drove the car for two races in 2008 and seven races in 2009.
The #25 car debuted as the #60 in 2003, then changing to #84 in 2004 and then again to #44 in 2005-2006.
#5 Kyle Busch (2005 Rookie of the Year)
#25 Casey Mears
#24 Jeff Gordon
#48 Jimmie Johnson
In 2008, Dale Jr. drove for Hendrick Motorsports.
Hendrick Motorsports was created in 1984.
JR Motorsports has been in a partnership with Rick Hendrick since Junior joined Hendrick Motorsports in 2008. JR Motorsports is owned by Dale Jr., Rick Hendrick, Tony Eury Jr. (Dale Jr's cousin), and Kelley Earnhardt (Dale Jr's sister). The team uses Hendrick Motorsports engines in the Nationwide Series.
Yes, he did. Mark Martin drove for Hendrick Motorsports in 2011, with Lance McGrew as his crew chief.
Rick Hendrick is the owner of Hendrick Motorsports. Jeff Gordon, along with Hendrick share ownership of Jimmie Johnson's #48 Cup Series car.
In 2012, Kasey Kahne replaced Mark Martin at Hendrick Motorsports.