—Ensured Rate’s Next Gen Chevrolet to head at ‘Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum’ on Feb. 6
Ensured Rate, a forerunner in contract loaning and advanced monetary administrations, and Richard Childress Racing (RCR) declare today that Tyler Reddick will make a big appearance his new Guaranteed Rate No. 8 Chevrolet at the very first Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum on Feb. 6.
Tyler Reddick will make a big appearance his new Guaranteed Rate No. 8 Chevrolet at the very first ‘Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum’ on Feb. 6.
Without precedent for NASCAR history, this current season’s display race will be hung on a recently made impermanent quarter-mile black-top oval inside the notorious Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The occasion will highlight a pre-race show by Pitbull and a halftime execution by rapper Ice Cube.
- There is such a lot of buzz encompassing this mind blowing occasion, which is the reason we endeavored to push up Tyler’s presentation in his Guaranteed Rate No. 8 and get it going in this race, said Vice President of Marketing and Sports Partnerships Steve McNelley.
- An expected 70 percent of fans in participation will encounter their first NASCAR race, giving a staggering an open door to stretch out Guaranteed Rate to new crowds.
- Fans saw the revealing of the new No. 8 Guaranteed Rate Chevrolet via online media last week when Reddick and his RCR group tried NASCAR’s new Next Gen vehicle at Phoenix Raceway.
I’m eager to take the new Guaranteed Rate No. 8 out for its race debut on this first-of-its-sort track, said Reddick.
It’s a presentation race, so focuses don’t make any difference and we all will be going all-out to attempt to win. It will be a wild race for drivers and fans the same, so I was unable to consider a superior spot to formally make a big appearance Guaranteed Rate’s astonishing new look.
Reddick and RCR join a large group of Guaranteed Rate’s fruitful games organizations, which incorporate the NHL, National Lacrosse League (NLL), Bassmaster and the Professional Bowlers Association.
The Feb. 6 occasion, including practices and qualifying races, will be communicated on FOX Sports. Sunday’s inclusion starts off at 3 p.m. ET on FOX with a record of hotness races.