Within an hour of Hendrick Motorsports’ announcement that Greg Ives (pictured, right) would become the new crew chief for Dale Earnhardt Jr. starting in next year’s NASCAR Sprint Cup season, he was trending on Twitter in the United States. 321 more words
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Wednesday is a crazy day to be a crew chief.
An afternoon press conference with Hendrick Motorsports, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and former Jimmie Johnson engineer Greg Ives revealed the crew chief plans for 2015; Ives will replace Steve Letarte on the pit box as the later goes into a broadcasting role at NBC. 296 more words
Hendrick Motorsports has announced that Greg Ives will take over as crew chief for Dale Earnhardt Jr. and the No. 88 team beginning next season, … 619 more words
The Jeff Gordon Era is far from over, and his win in Sunday’s Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway proved such.
Today on NASCAR AMERICA, Gordon’s overall impact on the sport was discussed – not only on the track, but in other ways such as helping to accelerate the movement for younger drivers and change the perception of NASCAR in the eyes of Corporate America. 192 more words