The Pit Report
Hendrick upfront even without wins

Don't pay attention to the lack of wins with just Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s season-opening Daytona 500 victory in the ledger. Instead, see three of the Hendrick superstars are in the top five in points with Jeff Gordon leading way, Earnhardt in fourth and six-time series champ Jimmie Johnson fifth.


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Is Chase Elliott the real deal?

Chase Elliott isn't really sure what he has accomplished the last two weeks in becoming the youngest Nationwide driver with multiple victories.

Elliott acknowledged he was still in shock over his first series win at Texas Motor Speedway when he doubled up at Darlington Raceway, coming from back in the pack the final two laps on Friday night for a second consecutive triumph.

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Is 2014 the year for Dale Jr?

NASCAR's most popular driver trudged out of the Dover International Speedway garage area, up a set of wooden stairs and across the gravel toward a waiting golf cart.

It was May 2010, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. had just experienced one of the lowest moments of his career. On the one-year anniversary of his union with crew chief Lance McGrew, Earnhardt qualified 27th and finished 30th. He was a non-factor that day and many other days that season, when he finished outside the top 20 in points for the second consecutive year.

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