NASCAR Will Live Stream In Car Camera In Car On Twitter

NASCAR announced today it will live-stream one in-car camera on Twitter for 15 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™ races during the second half of the 2018 racing season, including all 10 NASCAR® Playoffs races. Beginning with five regular season races this summer, the experience will once again provide fans a unique look from inside the race car with a live camera stream that can be accessed via NASCAR’s official Twitter handle, NASCAR.

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Lowe’s To Leave NASCAR After 2018, Elliott Hit With L1 Penalty From Phoenix

It was a rough day for half of the Hendrick Motorsports organization on Tuesday. First, it started when Lowe’s announced that they won’t be returning to Jimmie Johnson’s team for the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. “Working with Hendrick Motorsports, Jimmie, Chad (Knaus) and the entire No. 48 team has been an incredible journey,” said Michael P. McDermott, Lowe’s chief customer officer. “Rick Hendrick and his organization have been exceptional partners, and we could not have asked for more from Jimmie – a consummate champion and an incredible…

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IMS Adds a New Premium Viewing Area In Turn 3

INDIANAPOLIS – A new premium viewing area will be constructed outside Turn 3 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, offering an all-inclusive Race Day experience for the 102nd Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil. The Turn 3 Club is being offered in response to increased demand for premium seating and hospitality at IMS. Suites are sold out for Indianapolis 500 Race Day, while limited availability remains in the Hulman Terrace Club. Hospitality and premium sales are well ahead of the pace from 2017, with demand mirroring that from the landmark 100th…

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Storylines and Trends To Watch For Sunday’s Auto Club 400 (3:30 p.m. ET/FOX/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

The NASCAR circus stays out west for one final week as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series teams will take to the 2-mile Auto Club Speedway this weekend. The Auto Club 400 (3:30 p.m. ET/FOX/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) will conclude the NASCAR Goes West Tour. The race is the only trip to the Los Angeles area of the year, as it annually puts on one heck of a race. Here are some storylines and trends to watch. 

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Busch Pole Award Is Back, Busch Partners With NASCAR as Official Beer of NASCAR

NASCAR and Anheuser-Busch announced today a multi-year agreement that welcomes the global brand back as an Official Partner and designates Busch Beer as the “Official Beer of NASCAR.” The new partnership builds upon Busch’s industry-wide presence and includes sponsorship of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™ Busch Pole Award, rewarding the driver with the fastest qualifying time each week.  “We are continuing to evolve our presence in NASCAR because we believe in the power and loyalty of NASCAR fans,” said Chelsea Phillips, Vice President, Value and Beyond Beer brands, Anheuser-Busch.…

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After Positive Start To St. Pete Weekend, Firestone Grand Prix Ended Frustrating For ECR Duo

INDIANAPOLIS – Heading into the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season, no one really knew what to expect out of the Ed Carpenter Racing duo. In the full-time seat, was Spencer Pigot. He spent the past two years as a part-time driver in the series. Replacing him in the part-time seat in sharing with team owner Ed Carpenter, was Jordan King. He’s a driver with zero experience on any tracks in the United States. With a brand new car for the season and virtually two new drivers, how would they fare in…

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Carlin Drivers Pleased, But Not Satisfied, With St. Pete Results

INDIANAPOLIS – After years of competing overseas in Europe, Carlin came over to the United States with big dreams of being among the top Verizon IndyCar Series team. They dreamed of rivaling teams like Penske, Ganassi and Andretti for INDYCAR supremacy. But, first things first, lets do it right. Carlin, jumped into Indy Lights competition in 2015. They’d remain there for 2016 and 2017 too. But, in the offseason, it was a perfect storm for them to move up. Max Chilton and Charlie Kimball were let go from their Ganassi rides.…

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