Garage Tours: The secret to winning at Hendrick Motorsports' NASCAR complex
See where Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. get their cars built
Ever wanna know what it takes to win over 200 NASCAR races and 11 championship titles? Well, Chris Forsberg gives you exclusive access to Hendrick Motorsports complex outside of Charlotte, North Carolina with Jeff Gordon’s crew chief Alan Gustafson on this new episode of Garage Tours.
Hendrick Motorsports is home to four NASCAR Sprint Cup teams with some of the biggest names in motorsports at the wheel including Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. At this sprawling 100-acre complex, cars and engines are built from the ground up and then rebuilt after every race. Forsberg gets a look into the facilities that handle these major builds from the machine shop to the suspension room.
Check out the official site of Hendrick Motorsports: http://www.hendrickmotorsports.com/
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