See the base of a NASCAR championship team through the eyes of a drone

base of a NASCAR championship

See the base of a NASCAR championship team through the eyes of a drone

Unique video gives a glimpse of the scale of the racing team

The NASCAR racing series is the main US automobile championship, which gathers tens of thousands of fans in the stands of the tracks and hundreds of thousands of fans at the TV screens at each stage. The drivers and teams of the stock car championship are like living legends to American racing fans, which is why entire television series are devoted to them. One of the episodes of the Race for the Championship project is dedicated to the Hendrick Motorsports team, whose base can now be seen by anyone anywhere in the world.

Founded in 1984 by Rick Hendrick, the racing team is based in North Carolina and throughout its existence, the team has won almost three hundred races in the top-class NASCAR Cup Series stock cars, and has also won 14 championship titles in the standings of drivers and teams in the same category.

The base of the team is a huge area with many objects – from the museum of cars and the exposition of racing cars, from the workshop for the construction and maintenance of finished stock cars to the engineering workshop, which assembles engines and other car components.

You can see the Hendrick Motorsports base by signing up for a tour, but as part of your acquaintance with the racing team, you will not be shown everything. But you can fully appreciate, albeit briefly, all the possessions of the cult American team with the help of a video — a spectacular drone flight will allow you to look into all the workshops and buildings of the team, where work is in full swing on preparing stock cars and forging new successes.

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