NASCAR and Twitter to expand live in-car camera feeds this year
NASCAR will once again live-stream in-car camera feeds of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers on Twitter. Research Research New Used New & Used Make (e.g. Cadillac) Model (e.g. Escalade) Last season, Twitter promoted a live in-car camera feed in each of the 10 Cup series playoff races.This year, Twitter will increase the offering to 15 Cup races during the second-half of the season and again including all 10 playoff races.The live camera stream can be accessed via NASCAR’s official Twitter handle, @NASCAR.
Chad Finchum is scheduled to make his Cup Series debut on April 15 at his home track of Bristol Motor Speedway . Finchum will be pulling double duty that weekend for MBM as he also competes in the April 14 Xfinity Series race. A native of Knoxville, Tennessee, Finchum will be sponsored by
On March 27, 2018, Finchum announced in a Bristol Motor Speedway promotional video that he will make his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut at that track in April 2018. The run came in the No. 66 car for MBM Motorsports, whom he ^ " Chad Finchum to make Cup debut at Bristol ".
is scheduled to make his Cup Series debut on April 15 at his home track of Bristol Motor Speedway.
Finchum, 23, will compete in the Food City 500 for MBM Motorsports in the No. 66 Toyota owned by.
Finchum will be pulling double duty that weekend for MBM as he also competes in the April 14 Xfinity Series race.
A native of Knoxville, Tennessee, Finchum will be sponsored by Smithbilt Homes of Knoxville in the Cup race and Concrete North, Inc. in the Xfinity race.
Finchum is a veteran of 12 Xfinity races over the last two seasons, all with MBM. His best result is 28th, twice (Daytona, Bristol). He’s started all five races this season.
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To say that Chad Finchum of Knoxville is excited would be an understatement, because after all, the 23-year-old is scheduled to make his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut at Bristol Motor Speedway in the Food City 500 on Sunday, April 15.
Chad Finchum will make his debut in NASCAR’s highest level at the track that’s closet to his heart. The 23-year-old Knoxville driver will behind the wheel of the No. 66 Toyota for MBM Motorsports in the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway on April 15. He’ll be the first driver from Knoxville to make
The half-mile track in Bristol was the site of his lone K&N Pro Series East win in 2016.
“I’ve been blessed with opportunities to run NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR K&N Pro Series races at Bristol Motor Speedway over the past few years, but I’m very excited at getting to fulfill a childhood dream of being able to run a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at BMS,”at a Bristol Motor Speedway event in Knoxville. “To be quite honest, at this early in my NASCAR career I wasn’t really expecting to be able run a Cup Series race. I’m just very thankful to Carl Long and MBM Motorsports for having the confidence and faith in me to drive their race cars.”
Kevin Harvick: “We’re better than Truex” on 1.5-mile tracks .
Stewart-Haas Racing driver says his team has surpassed last year's series champion, who set a record in 2017 for 1.5-mile victories.So does Harvick feel his No. 4 Ford is right with Truex’s No. 78 Toyota (which notched a record seven wins on 1.