Sunday, September 22, 2019

Young NASCAR Fans are the Winners

Young NASCAR Fans are the Winners
By allowing children in the garage and younger teens behind the wheel, it’s clear NASCAR wants a youth movement. In fact, kids thirteen and under are just ten dollars ($10) with a paying adult in most grandstands for Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races and FREE with a paying adult to Qualifying and Xfinity series races.

This weekend race winners augmented that dedication to the younger fans. 

Christopher Bell #NASCAR
Christopher Bell
NASCAR Xfinity SeriesChristopher Bell drives the No. 20 Toyota Supra for Joe Gibbs Racing.  Bell led 238 of 250 laps, a career-high for a single race, to win at Richmond and advance to the next round of the Xfinity Series Playoffs. 

He then gave his winning checkered flag to a boy decked out in Christopher Bell attire.

Martin Truex Jr #NASCAR
Martin Truex Jr
Martin Truex Jr., who drives the No. 19 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing survived a spin to win the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup season's second race at Richmond, taking his second victory in a row and his sixth this year. He was leading with 87 laps remaining when Ricky Stenhouse Jr., running on fresher tires, spun him out.

After the race, an elated Truex Jr. presented a youngster wearing a t-shirt that mirrored the driver’s race suit his winning checkered flag.

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