Who drives Hendricks number 24?

William Byron
Rudy Fugle. Adding to his already impressive résumé, crew chief Ryan “Rudy” Fugle will climb atop the pit box for his second NASCAR Cup Series season leading driver William Byron and the iconic No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports team.

Does Jeff Gordon own the 24 or 48 car?

Gordon, along with Rick Hendrick, co-owns the No. 48 Chevrolet previously driven by Jimmie Johnson, who won seven Cup championships from 2006 to 2010, 2013, and in 2016. Gordon also has an equity stake in the No. 24 team.

Who owns the number 24 truck?

Scott Lagasse Jr.

Did Chase Elliott drive the 24 car?

24 Chevrolet in 2018, when he is scheduled to make his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut. Meanwhile teammate Chase Elliott, who currently drives the No. 24, will begin competing in the No.

How much does Jeff Gordon make announcing?

Jeff Gordon Networth, Salary, Earning and Endorsements

AGE 47 years
SOURCE OF WEALTH Stock car racer, Endorsements, Jeff Gordon Racing School, Briggs & Sons Winemaking Company partnership and broadcasting.
NET WORTH $200 million
ANNUAL SALARY $20-$30 million
PRIVATE JET Hawker 800

Where is Brooke Gordon now?

Brooke Saley currently lives with her husband in Charleston, South Carolina.

Where did Rick Hendrick get his money?

In 1976, he sold his assets to purchase a franchise in Bennettsville, South Carolina. After doing so, he became the youngest Chevrolet dealer in the United States. Hendrick’s influence increased sales to make the once troubled location become the region’s most profitable.

Who drove the 24 car before Jeff Gordon?

Only one pole was achieved by a driver of the No. 24 before Jeff Gordon, and that was NASCAR Hall of Famer Glen Wood at Martinsville — in a Ford — in 1960.

Why did Keselowski leaving Penske?

“We’ve got to get results next year,” Keselowski said. One sticking point in Keselowski’s decision was his desire to hold an ownership stake in a Cup team. Keselowski fielded his eponymous team in the NASCAR Truck Series for a decade and the desire to have a piece of a team in the elite Cup Series never went away.