If you’re a car enthusiast, you’ll be excited about the new NASCAR RacePass that has just been announced by the sport’s governing body. The new online extension of the legendary Speedweeks experience provides fans with all the content available during Speedweeks – including live races from today’s greatest racing series. It also gives them access to the history of the sport, as well as archives of past events and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.
What additional content can you get with the new edition of the Speedweeks pit pass? Let’s take a look.
Extensive Coverage Of Three Great Racing Series
If you’re looking for all the coverage you can get of NASCAR’s three great racing series – the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™, the NASCAR Xfinity Series™, and the NASCAR Ganderings Cup Series™ – then the new RacePass extension is for you. This new edition of the legendary Speedweeks series pits you against the other fans as you watch three races in parallel. You’ll have the chance to select the race you want to follow from a drop-down menu at the beginning of each week’s broadcast.
This way, you’ll not miss a moment of the action as the three races that form the basis of your weeklong distraction all happen at the same time.
The coverage is extensive as you’ll get behind the scenes footage of the NASCAR Cup Series, along with the whole Xfinity Series and the Camping World Truck Series. You’ll even be able to access your own personal ticker at the bottom of the page to keep track of the order in which you’ve seen each race.
Instant Access To The History Of The Sport
It’s not often that you can say that you’ll have instant access to the history of a sport. Well, NASCAR is changing all that as the new RacePass will give you all the information you need at your fingertips. This new extension not only brings you the present, but the whole history of the sport, as well. You’ll be able to scroll back through the years to relive some of the greatest moments. Take a look at some of the highlights.
- 1956: First Daytona 500
- 1982: Ricky Scott becomes the first African-American driver to win a pole position in the Daytona 500
- 1990: Dale Jr. becomes the youngest driver to win a pole position in the Daytona 500
- 2003: Bobby Allison wins the first of his five consecutive Daytona 500s
- 2007: Jeff Gordon wins his sixth consecutive Daytona 500
- 2017: Kyle Larson wins the NASCAR Cup Series championship
What a magnificent addition to the Speedweeks experience! Now, if you’ll excuse me, there’s a track day tomorrow and it’s time for me to get back out on the race track myself.