Kyle Larson Kyle Larson (2021–present) On October 28, 2020, it was announced that Kyle Larson would join Hendrick Motorsports for the 2021 season driving the No. 5 car, which replaced the No. 88.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 8 car. Following the first of two consecutive NASCAR Busch Series (now the Xfinity Series) points titles in 1998, Dale Earnhardt Jr. officially began his Cup Series career the following year driving the No. 8 car, which had become a Budweiser-sponsored Chevy owned by Dale Earnhardt, Inc.May 26, 2021
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Numbers that are not being used by a team — the No. 5 and 25 for HMS as examples — can be assigned by NASCAR to another team upon request. But the new team is not permitted to use number styles that look like those that have been protected by the former team. So, even after breaks for both, there is still a white No.Mar 1, 2020
five The series ran from 1974 through 2006 (except for 1981-1983) and typically consisted of four races per year. Martin competed in the series 12 times in his career for a total of 47 races. In that time, he compiled 13 victories and was the series champion five times.