If you want to capture a bit of the white-knuckle excitement and history-making competition of the track with several eye-catching pieces of genuine Chevy Camaro NASCAR equipment for your den, Hendrick Motorsports has launched a giveaway of four race-used bumpers on their website.
Entries for the NASCAR bumper sweepstakes are accepted through midnight Eastern Time on November 6th, 2023, with the drawing scheduled to take place on November 15th.
The four bumpers entrants can potentially win are from the four Hendricks Motorsports Chevy Camaro cars used in 2023 NASCAR racing. Each of the four bumpers has a completely different scheme of colors and decals. The set includes two front bumpers and two rear bumpers, all from different Camaro Z71s.
The specific vehicles the bumpers come from include the Hendrick Motorsports No. 5 Cup Series race car, the No. 9 Cup Series race car, the No. 24 Cup Series race car, and the No. 48 Cup Series race car. The winner will receive all four bumpers and must claim their prize by December 31st, 2023.
Earlier this year, two of the four Hendrick Motorsports NASCAR teams led the field during the May 7th, 2023 Cup Series race held at the Kansas Speedway. Two of the bumpers in the sweepstakes apparently come from cars driven in the number one and two positions during the race, though they were not necessarily used in that specific race.
These include the No. 24 Chevy Camaro ZL1 driven by William Byron and designated the “Liberty University Chevrolet” (second from the right in the 2023 Race Used Bumper Sweepstakes image above), and the No. 5 Chevy Camaro ZL1 dubbed the “HendrickCars.com Chevrolet” driven by Kyle Larson (leftmost in the image).
The front bumper on the right is from the No. 48 “Ally Chevrolet” typically driven by Alex Bowman, though Josh Berry was the driver at Kansas, while the second from left rear bumper comes from the No. 9 “Napa Auto Parts Chevrolet” usually driven by Chase Elliot. It has appeared at several NASCAR events during 2023 with other drivers at the wheel as Elliot was unable to drive with a leg injury as well as a one-race suspension.