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Hendrick Motorsports Unveils Newly-Designed NAPA No. 9 for Chase Elliott in 2024

On Tuesday, Hendrick Motorsports and long-time sponsor NAPA Auto Parts officially unveiled the newly designed No. 9 Chevrolet Camaro that Chase Elliott will drive for the majority of the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series campaign.

The sponsor officially revealed the brand-new paint scheme for the 2024 season on Tuesday morning, with an unveiling video posted to social media.

The 2024 campaign marks the 11th consecutive season that NAPA Auto Parts has served as a primary sponsor of Elliott’s efforts in NASCAR’s National Series, dating back to his maiden season in the Xfinity Series, where he captured the title for JR Motorsports.

For the first time since 2017, the NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet will feature a primarily blue base design, with smaller accents of white and yellow sprinkled throughout the side of the Hendrick Motorsports entry.

In 2022, Hendrick Motorsports inked a contract extension with the company, which would see the NAPA Auto Parts brand displayed on the No. 9 Chevrolet Camaro, driven by Chase Elliott, in 26 NASCAR Cup Series events each year. Elliott is signed to remain with the organization through at least 2027.

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