A new chapter is set to begin for the No. 48 at Hendrick Motorsports
In this case, Sick (adj.) / sik / is a word to describe this badass race car.
The start of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season is just around the bend. The green flag will drop on the 2021 season at Daytona International Speedway in February.
View the 2021 Alex Bowman paint scheme below.
Weeks ahead of the first race, paint schemes are being released in rapid fire as teams put the final touches on their machines ahead of the famed Daytona 500.
On Thursday, Hendrick Motorsports released two paint schemes that are to be driven by William Byron in 2021. Today, the No. 48 Ally paint scheme has been released.
Jimmie Johnson, the former driver of the No. 48 spent 20 years at the NASCAR Cup Series level. He collected 7 championships and 83 wins along the way. However, 2020 was the final full-time season for the champ.
At the same time, Kyle Larson, one of the hottest drivers in NASCAR was out of a ride. Hiring the young superstar almost guarantees wins for 2021.
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Rick Hendrick elected to move Bowman from the No. 88 to the No. 48 at Hendrick Motorsprots. The No. 88 number was then put into storage as the No. 5 is reborn.
Larson will pilot the No. 5 machine, which was the No. 88 last year.
As for the No. 48, Ally remains onboard as the primary sponsor for the team. And the 2021 Ally paint scheme is badass.