One race to go in the West Coast swing, and the Chevy Bowties have won all three NASCAR Cup Series races this year. Hendrick Motorsports had a full house at the front of the field with the team sweeping the top three spots at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Frontstretch‘s Jared Haas answers this week’s questions on NASCAR Mailbox on Frontstretch‘s YouTube channel.
Why was Chevy so good at Las Vegas, especially the Hendrick Motorsports cars? Should Austin Hill replace Austin Dillon in the No. 3 car?
Those questions get answered in the video below.
About the author
Jared Haas joined the Frontstretch staff in May 2020. A graduate of Cedarville University in December 2019, Jared has been a Nascar fan since 2006. One of Jared's passion is recreating and creating Nascar cars for video games.
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hendricknascar has the rules skewed in GM’s favor. Aero/Engine packages are selected by hendricknascar to ensure which manufacturer wins. When a new team comes into the sport and performs above the seasoned veteran teams, why not go with the advantaged manufacturer, instead of running back/mid pack.
So your saying the Ford and Toyota manufacturers are idiots for wasting their money when everyone (meaning YOU) knows that it’s fixed.
Fixed is a poor term of how toyota and ford are spending their revenues playing second fiddle to hendricknascar. How bout bamboozled ! BTW – score GM 4 – toyota/ford – 0
Thing is this argument has been in Nascar since they started having rules! It run in cycles! Some years it’s Ford some it’s Toyota! And the others work to figure out their cars. Now if we go halfway of a season and only see chevy wins you may be on to something! But look back in Nascar history it always runs in cycles!