Friday, January 27, 2023

Win the Travis Pastrana Race Day Experience

#Win the Travis Pastrana Race Day Experience

You Can Win a VIP #NASCAR Experience

Win the Travis Pastrana Race Day Experience


Wow – you have nine days left to enter to win the ‘Travis Pastrana Race Day Experience’ Sweepstakes. It is very easy to enter.


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What can you Win?



One winner will receive the below items (collectively, the “Prize”):
  • · Attendance at Daytona 500 from February 17-20, 2023 in Daytona Beach, Florida
  • · Two (2) VIP tickets to attend the Daytona 500 in Daytona, Florida on February 18th and 19th, 2023, including access to exclusive team and garage areas!
  • · One (1) hotel room for three (3) nights at the Best Western International Speedway located in Daytona Beach, Florida
  • · $1,500 cash to be used toward travel to the event, meals, and other expenses
  • · VIP experience to meet and greet Travis Pastrana, including signed Pastrana merchandise

The Approximate Retail Value (“ARV”) of Prize is $5,000.


The “BRCC’s Travis Pastrana Race Day Experience Sweepstakes" begins on or about January 25, 2023 at 11:00 AM Mountain Time and ends on February 6, 2023 at 11:59 PM Mountain Time ("Promotional Period"). Sponsor’s time keeping device is the official clock of the Promotion. The Promotion is sponsored, administered, and fulfilled by Black Rifle Coffee Company LLC



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Thursday, January 19, 2023

Gener8tor Skills to Accelerate Todd Gilliland

Gener8tor Skills to Accelerate Todd Gilliland in 2023

New Partner Helps People Achieve Their Goals

Gener8tor Skills to Accelerate Todd Gilliland in 2023


Todd Gilliland will help welcome new partner gener8tor Skills Accelerator to Front Row Motorsports (FRM) and the NASCAR Cup Series as a supporter of the No. 38 Ford Mustang Ford team. The Madison, Wisconsin-based company will be the primary partner of Gilliland and the team beginning at The Clash at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Sunday, February 5 and be the livery on the No. 38 Ford Mustang during “The Great American Race,” the Daytona 500.


Gilliland will also carry the gener8tor Skills Accelerator scheme at the Chicago Street Race on Sunday, July 2 and at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course on Sunday, August 13.


Gener8tor Skills Accelerator will be working with Gilliland and FRM throughout the season to introduce fans to their service- a free virtual skill-training program where participants receive one-on-one support to achieve their goals. Gener8tor Skills Accelerator was founded in the summer of 2020 to help those who have lost jobs or are struggling to find employment because of the COVID crisis. The program builds confidence with coaching and support to achieve your desired goals.


“Gener8tor Skills Accelerator is a perfect tool for those passionate NASCAR fans who may be looking for a job in high-demand roles or for those working remotely with companies across the country,” said Cole Shearer, Vice President, gener8tor Skills Accelerator. “We offer various free programs for fans to take advantage of and our partnership with Todd and Front Row Motorsports will help us connect to fans and educate them about all our programs.”


The partnership will include the primary race events, but also social media posts by Gilliland who will promote the accelerator programs. FRM will also work with generator Skills Accelerator to connect business-to-business opportunities with its family of partners.


“It’s awesome any time you can introduce a new company to NASCAR and at the same time introduce the new company to the fans,” said Gilliland. “There is no bigger platform than The Clash and the Daytona 500 to kickoff this partnership. I’m eager to get started to ready to help spread the message and start helping people.”


Fans can learn more about gener8tor and the gener8tor Skills Accelerator programs online at



Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Busch, Reddick and Cindric Complete First Day of Goodyear Tire Test

Busch, Reddick and Cindric Complete First Day of Goodyear Tire Test

Then Take in Some Downtown Austin Culture

Busch, Reddick and Cindric Complete First Day of Goodyear Tire Test - #NASCAR


Kyle Busch, Tyler Reddick and Austin Cindric officially got the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) preseason underway Monday with a two-day Goodyear Tire test at Circuit of The Americas (COTA). Reddick and Cindric also got a step on the competition for Texas fashion when they return for the March 26 EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix.


The opening day of the Goodyear Tire test was highlighted by the fresh looks of Busch and Reddick, who open this season with new teams, car numbers and engine manufacturers, as well as Cindric looking to build off last season’s rookie-of-the-year campaign with Team Penske.


Busch was behind the wheel of the No. 8 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing (RCR) after spending 15 seasons with Joe Gibbs Racing driving the No. 18 Toyota. Ironically, it was the No. 8 RCR entry that Reddick departed after three seasons to settle in the No. 45 Toyota Camry TRD with 23XI Racing.


TEST DAY EXCERPTS (Click link above for full audio files of the interviews):

  • Busch (on last year’s race and fan support in the market): “The fans here have been really great and been able to come out and support the NASCAR ranks. It’s been really, really cool to see that and seeing a lot of people in the suites and in the grandstands. We need that support. We need the fans’ support to be able to come out here and put on a good show. I think last year’s show was one of the best ones we had for much of the year. There was a lot made of that last lap and all the great racing that was going on.”
  • Reddick (on the first day of the test): “Here at COTA, it’s always a blast. It’s one of the most fun racetracks from a driver’s perspective just racing the surface itself. It’s a really challenging racetrack but certainly for me this team waited a long time to get to the track. Thankfully this tire test was on the schedule for us, and we were able to come out here thanks to Goodyear and take our first laps in a Toyota Camry TRD. For a first day, it went really well. We learned a good bit about how the differences of the car and excited to see how tomorrow goes and hopefully we can learn some more.”
  • Cindric: “Our cars its quite challenging; there is tire wear, the layout is a bit challenging, but you actually don’t run the conventional lines. You use a lot of the runoff. From a bird’s eye view, you kind of have to know the line to take, it’s not very intuitive on where to go. … You can be distracted visually by different lines or paint because you go up the hill and the esses and it’s just massive expanse of asphalt, but you have to do something with it. You have to keep inside the track and inside the curbs and not upset the car. So there’s quite a lot of areas on the racetrack that are that way which I feel like for me makes it fairly unique. In my opinion, fairly European-style circuit compared to some of the other road courses we have state side. I don’t think we get that in too many tracks we go to.”

Following Monday’s first day of the test, Reddick and Cindric were hosted by NASCAR at COTA Executive Director Bryan Hammond at downtown Austin’s Maufrais specialty shop to select and customize their own cowboy hats. Reddick chose a natural-colored Stetson 20x Beaver fur felt with a classic pinch front and a hair-on-hide band with silver pheasant and partridge feathers. Cindric went with a Dunn-colored Stetson 40x Beaver fur felt hat shaped with a pinched front. He customized it with a Western-style hitched horse band with a Reeves pheasant feather and had it torched to give it a worn-in look. Both also got their initials on the underside of their hats.


The trio returned to the track today to complete the second and final day of the tire test on the 20-turn, 3.41-mile permanent road course.



source: NASCAR at COTA Media