McLaren To Use Chevrolet Power For 103rd Running Of Indianapolis 500 With Alonso

INDIANAPOLIS – In the not so shocking news of the day, McLaren announced on Tuesday morning that they will use Chevrolet power for the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500. It will be the first time in 47 years that the two sides have partnered. This has been long rumored and the big reason to why McLaren is doing this venture on their own. See, when they came over with Fernando Alonso in 2017, they partnered with Andretti Autosport. While they would have liked to have done so again, the bridge…

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Chevrolet Fails To Get A Car In Championship 4 In 2nd Straight Year Now

Last year, Chevrolet headed to the Homestead-Miami Speedway embarrassed. Out of the three manufacturers in NASCAR’s premiere series, they were the only ones not represented in the Championship 4. That led to a new car in the Chevrolet Camaro being introduced into the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for 2018 and a sense of getting their pride back. Unfortunately, 2018 has now gone worse than 2017. Chase Elliott was the lone shot that Chevy had of making it to the final round but he faced a tall task on Sunday…

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New Look Chevrolet For 2019 XFINITY Series and Truck Series Seasons

FORT WORTH, TX – Chevrolet announced Friday at Texas Motor Speedway that it will have an updated Camaro SS Coupe in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2019, and a new Silverado in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. It will be the third time the Camaro SS has been updated since its competition debut in 2013, and the first time since 2014 the Silverado has been redesigned for the Truck Series. This year also marked the first of Chevrolet running the Camaro in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.

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Chevy May Be Down To Just Elliott After Sunday’s Race At Kansas, Bowman and Larson Have to Win

For much of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, Kyle Larson was the top dog in the Chevrolet camp. See, the manufacturer debuted a new body style for this season replacing the SS with the Camaro. Unfortunately, they struggled to get a grasp with the new car. Through the first 21 races, they had just one win. That came on a restrictor plate race in the Daytona 500. Going into the playoffs, they found victory lane just twice in the first 26 races of the regular season. 

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Chevy’s/GMS Fast On Friday In Talladega, Haley and Gallagher Lead 2 Sessions

TALLADEGA, Ala – Toyota’s have won five of the last six NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races at the Talladega Superspeedway and all but three since the series started coming to the 2.66-mile Alabama oval in 2006. They’ve by far the ones to beat for Saturday’s Fr8Auctions 250 (1 p.m. ET/FOX/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). But, in the two practice sessions on Friday, it was actually the Chevrolet drivers looking stout. 

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Bowman and Dillon Strong On Friday, Elliott and Larson Need To Picks Things Up

If the Chevrolet drivers are going to avoid elimination in the opening round of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs, they need a good run Saturday night at the Richmond Raceway. Most people have at least three Chevy drivers being eliminated from the playoffs in this round. Well, what if one of them wins though? For the year, Chevy has visited victory lane just twice. Once in the season opening race at Daytona and the other back in August in Watkins Glen. Well, what about Richmond?

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It’s Shaping Up To Be Honda vs. Team Penske In Sonoma, Friday’s Practice Report

SONOMA, Calif – It shouldn’t come much as a shock, but after Friday’s two Verizon IndyCar Series practice sessions at the Sonoma Raceway, it appears that Sunday’s Sonoma Grand Prix (6:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network) will be a battle between Honda vs. Team Penske. In the two sessions, Chevy showed that their only shot of winning Sunday’s race is to have one of the three Team Penske drivers get them there. While it’s not too much of a longshot either, it’s their only hope. 

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Honda’s Showing They Have Something For Chevrolet This Weekend In Pocono

LONG POND, PA – Heading into this weekend’s Verizon IndyCar Series race at the Pocono Raceway, Chevrolet appeared to be the manufacturer to beat for Sunday’s ABC Supply 500 (1:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network). With this just being the third race that this universal aerokit has raced on in terms of superspeedway action, if we base everything off of how Indy and Texas went, Chevrolet would be the top dog right? See, Chevy drivers dominated at Indy. They had the top two finishers and three of the top six. Overall, Chevy…

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Kyle Larson Hoping To Give Chevrolet Bristol Weekend Sweep, Why Saturday Night May Be A Kyle Vs. Kyle Show

Kyle Larson captured his fourth NASCAR XFINITY Series victory of the season on Friday night at the Bristol (Tenn) Motor Speedway, all coming in his last five starts in the series. Now, he’s hoping that he can give Chevrolet a clean sweep of the NASCAR weekend on the .533-mile Tennessee oval for Saturday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race. Last year, Kyle Busch swept all three races during this very same race weekend at Bristol as he was victorious in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, the NASCAR XFINITY…

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Chevrolet, Most Notably Hendrick Motorsports Struggling So Far This Weekend In Kentucky

SPARTA, KY – Chevrolet has struggled as a whole during the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. While the year started off as good as it could with Austin Dillon winning the Daytona 500 for them, unfortunately, they haven’t reached victory lane in the 17 races since. Yes, Chevy has one win in 18 races this year. With a 1.5-mile track this weekend at the Kentucky Speedway, the odds of them contending for a win already weren’t too high. But, after two practice sessions and qualifying to set the field…

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