Hendrick Motorsports Shakeup: How It Will Help or Hurt Each Driver

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Hendrick Motorsports Shakeup: How It Will Help or Hurt Each Driver
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It's not often that a championship season will cause a shakeup within an organization in any sport. In fact, the most recent example of a team to rearrange its makeup may have been the Florida Marlins after their 2003 World Series title.

However, while Jimmie Johnson and the No. 48 crew celebrated a fifth consecutive Sprint Cup title, the other three cars in the Hendrick Motorsports stable were left shaking their heads with various levels of disappointing results.

As a result, Rick Hendrick's operation shuffled the operations of Jeff Gordon's No. 24 Chevrolet, Mark Martin's No.5 Chevrolet and Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s No. 88 Chevrolet.

Here's a look at the changes, and how it could affect each team.

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