The photo was taken on a luxury boat owned by Hendrick with drivers Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson racing for Championship Sunday at Phoenix Raceway. Hendrick was not on board the boat, or any of Hendrick Motorsports employees.
“Things that happened years ago, they’ll get it right whenever it happened, and keep going,” Hendrick said on Tuesday. âSomething like that, I mean, it’s not comfortable, but you can handle it. You are very open, very transparent. “
The school began supporting Byron in 2014 when he drove late model cars and has been a main sponsor for 12 races since his 2018 rookie in the Cup series. Byron made it into the NASCAR playoffs this season as part of Hendrick’s four-driver stable.
Hendrick Motorsports has won 16 cup races that season and Larson’s victory in May at the Coca-Cola 600 gave the organization a 269th win in the series.
While some racing fans have urged Hendrick to end his relationship with Liberty, the NASCAR Hall of Famer said neither he nor Hendrick Motorsports received any setback from the deal.
âThey are great people up there. You will do it, âsaid 72-year-old Hendrick. âThis is an unfortunate situation. But they will solve it and move on. “
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