Byron On Adversity: You Just Try To Find A Little Bit More’

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — William Byron learned the value of “roughing it” as an Eagle Scout when he was an impressive teenager from Charlotte, North Carolina. Byron called it his worst race of the season as he finished 13th. One day, he walked up to NASCAR Cup Series team owner Rick Hendrick and told him he would drive his race car one day. Hendrick Motorsports is the only team with more than one driver in the Championship 4 in the NASCAR Cup Series. Hendrick believes what Byron has done by leading the series with six wins this season is impressive, but what he is most impressed by is Byron’s back story. It’s called, “Scouts Honor” and if Byron wins on Sunday, it would be the foundation of the next NASCAR Cup Series champion.

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