NASCAR is offering special ticket offers for everyone in this subreddit again for 2023!
After the feedback we received from you all this past year, we heard you loud and clear about adding more tracks and races to these offers. So we pulled some strings and got access to a handful of additional races for next year!
Here are those races and the links for them:
We currently have 6 races that we'll be offering for 2023 but if these goes well then more will be added. We had the best time having you all out at these races this past year so we want to extend these offers to even more of you all. Check back at this post to see if more races have been added. Get yourself some tickets just in time for the Christmas season!
[Toby Christie] Rajah Caruth will drive the No. 24 for GMS Racing in the Craftsman Truck Series in 2023.
Denny Hamlin says he understands that his not having won a title will make him commenting on the format look like sour grapes, but he did his best to argue for a change from the single-race championship.
[OT, Weaver] Cameron Leytham finished third with the pure stock car that fell into a motel pool 24 hours prior.twitter.com
(@BoziTatarevic) Sounds like Kyle Busch is doing the WRL event at COTA this weekend based on what he mentioned in his interview. There is "Team Austin Dillon Camaro" entry on the list for the WRL race so he'll likely be joined by Austin Dillon in the #3 car (pic of car included)
[Bob] Live Fast Motorsports announces a switch to Chevrolet and use of ECR Engines next season. There had been some chatter that the team could be embedded in RCR next season, but that is not the plan. No driver announcement as far as any changes for next year.twitter.com
[Jordan Bianchi] Kevin Harvick stated that his decision on whether he will retire this year or not will be known before Daytona and that "it could either way" in whether he races in 2024 or not.
Denny Hamlin reiterated that he plans to continue racing for JGR. His deal (and FedEx) up after 2023. Hamlin said he is involved in some reorganization plans for JGR on competition side. He said his 23XI ownership duties won’t impact any eventual decision to retire from driving.twitter.com
Goodyear announces extension as tire supplier of NASCAR. No terms announced although these deals have been five years in the past. NASCAR’s Steve Phelps: “Our continued partnership will allow us to push boundaries and innovate our racing product for generations to come.”twitter.com
1: Name the tracks where you've gone to see a race. 2: Name the tracks where you'd like to go see a race and could realistically make it happen.
In some spotter confirmations ... Derek Kneeland, who spotted the 51 truck, stays with the 8 in Cup to spot for Kyle Busch ... Nick Payne, who was working with Taylor Gray at DGR, will spot for Tyler Reddick ... Tony Hirschman stays at the 18 to continue working with Ty Gibbs.twitter.com
Looking for some help on authenticity of a tire supposedly ran on dales car in 2000. I have a certificate and the tire.
We've seen a very big decline in Saturday night races... I did like some good Saturday night races. I get it that they didnt pull good ratings.. But who here remembers that from 1994-1997 the Cup Series actually had 2 races during the day on a Saturday? The July Daytona race was raced on a Saturday (used to be raced on July 4th regardless of the day until 1988) and the Brickyard 400 ran during the day on Saturday from 1994-2000. Would you welcome another Saturday day or afternoon race again?
At the Nashville Fair Board workshop last night, Bristol’s Jerry Caldwell said if deal got approved by end of June, possibly could have Fairgrounds renovation complete for NASCAR national events in 2025.twitter.com
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