See the Powerful Subway Ad That Will Air During Sunday’s Auto Club 400 at Fontana Featuring Daniel Suarez

Yesterday, Subway Restaurants revealed what the No. 19 Toyota driven by Daniel Suarez would look like in their four race sponsorship deal that they will serve as the primary sponsor on the Joe Gibbs Racing entry in those races for the 2017 season. Subway’s colors will be on that car beginning with this weekend’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the Auto Club Speedway, then they will be featured three more times during the 2017 season as well (Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte-May 28, Coke Zero 400 at Daytona- July 1…

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Subway Unveils Daniel Suarez’ Paint Scheme for 2017 Races

A few months ago, Subway announced that they’d not just stay in NASCAR, but they’d even stay with the No. 19 Toyota with Joe Gibbs Racing too. Previously, they had a long standing relationship with Carl Edwards, and with Edwards’ abrupt retirement announcement back in January, would they even stay around further? Subway was with Edwards during his time with Roush/Fenway Racing and even followed him with him move to Joe Gibbs Racing. Without Edwards, would Subway stay in NASCAR and pair up with a new driver? They quickly dispelled…

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Brendan Gaughan/JGR Cars Lead XFINITY Series Practice From Las Vegas

The NASCAR XFINITY Series took to the 1.5-mile Las Vegas Motor Speedway for their only two practice sessions of the race weekend on Friday. In the opening session, hometown hero Brendan Gaughan led the way with a speed of 182.568 mph in his No. 62 Chevrolet. For Gaughan, it was a dream session as he has yet to win at his home track, but for the Las Vegas native to be quick out of the gates, it gave him high hopes for tomorrow. Daniel Suarez was second fastest in his…

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Peak Announces Sponsorship With Joe Gibbs Racing

Old World Industries (OWI) and Joe Gibbs Racing today announced a multi-year deal for the automotive aftermarket company and Official Partner of NASCAR to sponsor drivers Matt Kenseth and Daniel Suárez in various NASCAR national series races. Old World Industries’ key brands, including PEAK® and BlueDEF®, will serve as primary sponsor of Kenseth’s No. 20 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Toyota Camry at the March 12th race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, followed by the March 26th race at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana.  It will also be featured as…

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Subway Will Stay in NASCAR, Sponsor Daniel Suarez In 4 Races for 2017 Season

Daytona Beach, Fla – After a successful eight year relationship with Carl Edwards, the SUBWAY brand announced that it’s not going anywhere despite Edwards’ surprise retirement from the sport. Edwards, a fit driver and Subway made sense together since 2008. With Edwards stepping aside in the offseason, where did that leave Subway and their involvement. We now know the answer. Not only will Subway stay in the sport, but they will stay on the No. 19 Toyota with Joe Gibbs Racing’s newest driver, Daniel Suarez. SUBWAY will sponsor Suarez’s No 19…

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How Many Winless Drivers Will Win 1st Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Races in 2017?

If a recent trend hasn’t been clearer prior to this season, it’s pretty clear now. The youth movement is taking over in NASCAR, as drivers like Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards have all stepped away from the sport the last two years. Now, the younger generation is primed to step in. With that being said, several of these drivers are going to be ready to compete for wins with Gordon, Stewart and Edwards taking over 150+ victories away with them. Over the last three years, Kyle Larson, Chris…

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Carl Edwards Retires From NASCAR, Daniel Suarez Set to Replace Him With Joe Gibbs Racing

On Tuesday, it was leaked that another retirement announcement is set to shake the NASCAR world this week. Last year, Tony Stewart retired from the sport while that comes after Jeff Gordon retired on a full-time basis in 2015. Now, it appears that Carl Edwards will join them, as he’s set to announce his retirement officially in a press conference on Wednesday morning. Edwards, 37, is now ready to focus on future endeavors, as his days of racing 38 weekends in a year have become a bear. The announcement is…

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