4:45 this morning I was headed to work and passed the Cup haulers for the #42 and # 1 cars going west on I-4 through Orlando. These weren’t show car haulers, they were the real deal. Anyone down south know where they were headed?
Disney World Speedway!
Yep, probably Disney… Several Nationwide/Truck teams were there a couple weeks ago and we all know WDW can use the money for track rental LOL…
Thanks, that one didn’t even occur to me…
RCR out at Disney and Brad K in #22
FYI Disney doesn’t get the track rental $$. Its up to Petty Exp whether they rent it or not.
Testing at 2013 Cars at Homestead
Kasey Kahne, Matt Kenseth, Kyle Busch, Sam Hornish, Jr all tested down at Homestead.
NASCAR’s Turn 5: Daytona 500 purse over 19 MILLION DOLLARS! $200,000.00 for 1/2way!!
[B]Daytona 500 will have purse of more than $19 Million: The 54th annual Daytona 500 on Sunday, Feb. 26 will carry a record purse of more than $19 million as well as a new contingency award that will payout $200,000 to the driver leading at the completion of Lap 100. The posted awards for “The Great American Race” are $19,142,601 with the winner collecting a minimum of $1,431,325. The second, third, fourth and fifth-place finishers in the Daytona 500 will receive a minimum of $1,050,075, $759,600, $609,900 and $486,550. The Daytona 500 Mid-Race Leader Award will reward the driver leading the midway point of the historic 200-lap, 500-mile race with a $200,000 bonus. If the race is under caution at Lap 100, the leader of the race at the completion of the fifth consecutive green flag lap following the caution will receive the award.(DIS)(2-2-2012
Now that’s not chump change.
NASCAR’s 2011 season will be impossible to match, but it also will bring in a whole new group of FANS.
Some say Danica Patrick is going the WIN Most Popular Driver" for 2012 (remember she bring a lot of her FANS with her to NASCAR).
I CAN’T WAIT!
What’s your 2 cents worth???
How times change… The winner of the Daytona 500 this year gets a million-and-a-half dollars (of course that’s the total awarded to the team, but it’s still a lot of $$$)…
Ned Jarrett - two-time Cup champion, winner of 50 races, made just under $350,000 for his entire CAREER! No wonder he got into promotion and broadcasting LOL…