“We are tremendously proud of our partnership,” Hendrick Motorsports extends its partnership with Valvoline till 2027

Hendrick Motorsports and Valvoline Incorporated sign a partnership extension deal for another five years

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Kyle Larson and William Byron

Hendrick Motorsports is currently one of the dominant NASCAR Cup Series stock car racing teams in contention right now and ever since Rick Hendrick started the team in 1984, they’ve achieved a lot throughout the years on Tuesday, they revealed that they have renewed their terms of agreement with Valvoline till 2027 and they will serve as primary sponsors for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Champion No.5 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 driver Kyle Larson and the No.24 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 driver William Byron.

They will also serve as Hendrick Motorsports’ major associate sponsor and also stay with the team as the presenting partner for the annual Randy Dorton Hendrick Engine Builder Showdown which brings together the masterminds behind the team’s success in a technical field and they have also won the NASCAR Cup Series Championships with Hendrick Motorsports thrice in 2016, 2020 and 2021 since the partnership began in 2014.

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“The Valvoline team is thrilled to continue our partnership with Hendrick Motorsports,” Senior VP of Valvoline Inc., Heidi Matheys shares her gratitude for being a part of the team

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Kyle Larson’s No.5 Chevy Valvoline paint scheme

Hendrick Motorsports have partnered with Valvoline Incorporated since 2014 and they’ve had an exhilarating experience working with each other over the years HMS owner Rick Hendrick expressed his feelings about how it felt working with them and winning and improving as a team and he also added that with this new extension of their deal, they can look forward to achieving so much more together in races and with consumers of their products too.

“We are tremendously proud of our partnership with Valvoline, because of Valvoline’s commitment to quality and innovation, we’ve enjoyed great success together both at the track and in our dealerships. Extending the relationship will allow us to continue putting the very best products in our race cars and in the vehicles of our customers across the country,” said Rick Hendrick, owner of Hendrick Motorsports.

Heidi Matheys, Senior Vice President at Valvoline Incorporated also put forward the emotions she felt while working with Hendrick Motorsports throughout the years and that she is really anticipating what new achievements their deal extension will bring to them in the coming years and she is extremely delighted with the feats they have achieved so far and looks forward to many more with the team.

“The Valvoline team is thrilled to continue our partnership with Hendrick Motorsports and Hendrick Automotive Group “Our decade-long relationship has driven success both on and off the track.  We look forward to driving more wins with the amazing Hendrick organization in the future,” said Heidi Matheys, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing and Transformation Officer at Valvoline Inc.

Will Hendrick Motorsports get lucky enough and go on to win their third consecutive NASCAR Cup Series trophy this year?

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