Rick Hendrick's persistence pays off
CONCORD, N.C. -- Rick Hendrick placed his hands on two bars of the white iron gate near the back of NASCAR's Research and Development Center and put his face in the middle as he waited for a verdict on Tuesday's appeal.
He looked jailed.
He also looked relatively happy for an owner who later said that the past 30 days he'd been put through hell. He was so loose that he jokingly said retired crew chief Ray Evernham would replace Chad Knaus on Jimmie Johnson's car if he ...
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