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- Dillon earned three poles, seven Top 5 finishes, and 24 Top 10 en route to a fifth-place points finish, losing Rookie of the Year honors to champion Chase Elliott.
- He scored his final win with Joe Gibbs Racing at Phoenix in November after passing Chase Elliott late in the race.
- Hendrick Motorsports revived its truck program in 2013, fielding a part-time entry for Chase Elliott.
- When pole-sitter Alex Tagliani ran out of fuel before a Green-White-Checkered finish, Gaughan assumed the lead and fended off Chase Elliott and a hard-charging Tagliani (on fresh slick tires).
- Busch won for the second consecutive week at Dover after passing Chase Elliott coming to the white flag.
- At Phoenix, Kenseth passed Chase Elliott with 9 laps remaining to win his first race of the year, also ending his 51 race winless streak.
- But when 3rd position driver Chase Elliott challenged Larson, Kenseth then had no trouble winning the race to end a 17-race winless streak.
- In late 2014, it was announced that Nationwide Series Champion Chase Elliott would drive several races in a fifth Hendrick car in 2015, according to Hendrick Motorsports general manager Doug Duchardt.
- Busch, along with Chase Elliott and Jimmie Johnson, provide commentary in the expansion as the "voices of motorsport."
- In 2014, the team won their first NASCAR national championship, as Chase Elliott drove the No.
- Johnson, along with Chase Elliott and Kyle Busch, provide commentary in the expansion as the "voices of motorsport."
- Letarte was replaced by Chase Elliott's 2014 Xfinity crew chief Greg Ives.
- His consistency had advanced him as far as the Round of 8 of the Playoffs before he was eliminated at Phoenix due to a late crash with Denny Hamlin and Chase Elliott.
- Hamlin started the round of 8 in a controversial Martinsville race, where at 3 laps to go, he bumped Chase Elliott on one of the turns, causing Elliott to spin out.
- Johnson, along with teammates Chase Elliott, Alex Bowman, and William Byron, were featured on the cover of NASCAR Heat 3.
- Allmendinger got loose drafting Chase Elliott, causing Allmendinger's car to spin out and eventually flip over.
- Busch made it to the Round of 8 of the Playoffs until he was eliminated at Phoenix after a late crash with Denny Hamlin and Chase Elliott.
- Truex led 32 of the final 50 laps and appeared set to finish second behind Chase Elliott.
- 9 NAPA/Hooters/Mountain Dew/Kelley Blue Book for Chase Elliott, the No.
- Elliott has two daughters, Starr and Brittany, and one son, William Clyde II (nicknamed "Chase").
- In 2012, Hendrick began fielding a number 9 Chevrolet for development driver Chase Elliott, with father Bill Elliott as the listed owner and sponsorship from Aaron's, Inc. Longtime HMS crew chief Lance McGrew served as the team's crew chief.
- The questions referring to the replacement of Steve Letarte were finally answered on July 30, for it was announced that Greg Ives, Chase Elliott's Nationwide Series crew chief at JR Motorsports, would return to Hendrick Motorsports, and take over Earnhardt's pit box for 2015.
- Logano had a pretty bad weekend at Phoenix, but prior in the press, he felt that he was the favorite for the championship, he suffered a flat tire in the second stage of the race in which ended his race, and his 6-consecutive top-ten finishes, although he still advanced, even if he had finished 2nd to 5th, in which he would have won a tiebreaker over Chase Elliott if he finished 5th.
- Elliott's son Chase is also a NASCAR Cup Series race winner.
- At Pocono, while on lap 115, Logano was racing Ryan Newman to his outside and Denny Hamlin to his inside when Chase Elliott got to his inside, got loose, got into Logano and sent both of them into the wall.
- At the Sprint Showdown, Larson battled with Chase Elliott for the win in the final segment.
- At the 2016 Pure Michigan 400, Larson won his first ever Sprint Cup Series race, holding off Chase Elliott.
- Chase Elliott is the defending winner of the event.
- Bill stepped out of the ride to assist his son Chase Elliott in the K&N Pro Series East.
- After the race, he said "I got black-flagged for some type of pit road penalty and I didn’t know it and pitted the lap they told me to do a pass through – I'm assuming they were black flagging us before that and they pulled our card. I never heard anything about it or at least saw the flag or anything, so I came when they told me to come and I guess they must have penalized us a couple laps or something. I don’t really know. I haven’t really seen it.” However, Kenseth did go on to finish 19th. He finished 37th at Las Vegas after being involved in a multi-car wreck with Chase Elliott, Kurt Busch, and Carl Edwards late in the race.
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