Thursday, December 15, 2022

Lionel Racing's 2022 Best Selling NASCAR Die-Cast Cars

Lionel Racing's 2022 Best Selling NASCAR Die-Cast Cars Lionel Racing announced the top 10 best selling NASCAR die-cast cars for 2022 on Thursday. 


The list: 

  • 1. #1-Ross Chastain Moose Fraternity Martinsville Hail Melon Chevrolet 
  • 2. #45-Kurt Busch Jordan Brand Kansas Win Toyota 
  • 3. #9-Chase Elliott NAPA Chevrolet 
  • 4. #3-Dale Earnhardt Jr. Sun Drop Late Model 
  • 5. #43-Richard Petty STP Firecracker 400 200th Win 1984 Pontiac 
  • 6. #5-Kyle Larson Chevrolet 
  • 7. #9-Chase Elliott Hooters Chevrolet 
  • 8. #9-Chase Elliott NAPA Nashville Win Chevrolet 
  • 9. #9-Chase Elliott NAPA Dover Win Chevrolet 
  • 10. #2-Austin Cindric Discount Tire Daytona 500 Win Ford 



Lionel Racing's 2022 Best Selling NASCAR Die-Cast Cars


Regarding the to Seller

Ross Chastain began the final lap of the 2022 Xfinity 500 at Martinsville Speedway on the outside of the Championship 4 battle looking in. The window of opportunity to race for a title was quickly closing as his 10th-place standing was not going to be good enough to earn a chance to battle for the NASCAR Cup Series® championship. 


Instead of worrying about the closing of that championship window, Chastain drove right through it. Where drivers throughout Martinsville’s long history of NASCAR® racing had hit the brakes to make it through turns three and four, Chastain gassed up and pinned his No. 1 Moose Fraternity Chevrolet Camaro to the outside retaining wall on the final lap. 


With the checkered flag waving ahead, Chastain rocketed around the final corners while riding the wall. The move instantly became one of the most dramatic and clutch moments in NASCAR® history as he passed five competitors and earned just enough points to earn the ability to race for the series’ championship at Phoenix Raceway. 


Now, Lionel Racing presents the next addition to its Checkers or Wreckers line – a Martinsville Raced Version of Chastain’s No. 1 Moose Fraternity Chevrolet. Each die-cast in the “Checkers or Wreckers” line features replicated damage, scrapes, scuffs, and any other markings that tell the car’s story of a wild race and the moments that wowed the fans who watched. Lionel Racing artists will impeccably craft the die-cast to closely match how the car looked following the race.

source: NASCAR Media

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