New Car To Feature Driver’s Last Name On The Windshield, Plus More Changes
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (November 17, 2012) – NASCAR today unveiled a new look for the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car, an integral and exciting step in the rollout process of the sixth generation race car.
FORD AND TOYOTA DECAL CHANGES ARE BELOW, THE CHEVROLET SS WILL BE UNVEILED IN LAS VEGAS DURING CHAMPION’S WEEK
“These changes are an extension of the unprecedented collaboration with the auto manufacturers on the 2013 car, great industry feedback and our focus on increasing fan affinity as part of NASCAR’s Industry Action Plan,” said Steve O’Donnell, NASCAR senior vice president of racing operations, who introduced the new design at Homestead-Miami Speedway today.
Dale Jr. and other NASCAR drivers will carry patriotic paint schemes at Daytona International Speedway this July as part of the “NASCAR Unites – An American Salute” program. Check out Dale Jr.’s No. 88 National Guard / Diet Mountain Dew Chevrolet!
NASCAR heads to Bristol, Tenn., this weekend for the fourth stop on both the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series schedules. And, as luck may have it, the Nationwide Series race falls on St. Patrick’s Day.
As excitement and anticipation build among the competitors, have you ever wondered what some of them use as their go-to lucky charms? Dale Earnhardt’s lucky penny, one of the most iconic lucky charms in the world of sports, played a part in his 1998 Daytona 500 win. So, in the spirit of St. Patty’s Day, what do drivers plan to carry with them or do on race day for a little luck o’ the Irish at Bristol this weekend?