Power Slap and Rumble to Sponsor Live Fast Motorsports in the Daytona 500

Live Fast Motorsports is pleased to announce a new sponsorship agreement with Power Slap and the video-sharing platform Rumble (NASDAQ: RUM) for the No. 78 Chevrolet Camaro in the Daytona 500, driven by B. J. McLeod.

SiriusXM Returns as Sponsor for Christopher Bell’s and Tyler Reddick’s Toyota Racing Camry TRDs for 2023 NASCAR Cup Series Races

SiriusXM will be featured as the primary sponsor on both of Toyota’s NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) teams – Christopher Bell of Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) and Tyler Reddick of 23XI Racing (23XI) – for multiple races during the 2023 season.

No. 10 Smithfield Ford Racing: Aric Almirola Daytona Speedweek Advance

Almirola’s career: In 424 NASCAR Cup Series starts, Almirola has earned three wins, 28 top-five finishes, 91 top-10s, three poles, and has led 974 laps.

Zane Smith Media Conference Transcript

Front Row Motorsports announced this morning that Zane Smith will be competing in five NASCAR Cup Series races with Centene Corporation as a partner in the No. 38 Mustang.

Centene Corporation Partners with NASCAR Champion Driver Zane Smith and Front Row Motorsports Across Two Series

Reigning NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Champion Zane Smith and Front Row Motorsports formally announce a new, multi-series partnership with Centene Corporation, a Fortune 500 company, that includes both primary and associate sponsorship for the NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (NCTS) entries driven by Smith.

Busch Light Racing: Kevin Harvick Daytona Speedweek Advance

The Daytona 500 will be Kevin Harvick’s 22nd career start in The Great American Race. His first Daytona 500 came 21 years ago on Feb. 17, 2002.

RCR NCS Post Race Report: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Austin Dillon and the No. 3 Get Bioethanol Chevy Team Earn Strong Second-Place Finish in the Clash at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Kaulig Racing Post-Race Report | The Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum

Justin Haley earned his first-ever NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) Busch Light Clash pole, giving him the top starting position in the first of four heat races, where he finished third and ultimately qualified ninth for the main event.

Toyota Racing NCS Post-Race Recap — The Clash 2.5.23

Martin Truex Jr. won the Clash at the LA Coliseum after leading the final 25 (of 150) laps. It is Truex Jr.’s first Clash victory and the seventh Clash win for Toyota.


Austin Dillon, No. 3 Get Bioethanol Camaro ZL1 - “The Get Bioethanol Chevy was really fast. Keith [Rodden] and our engineer did a really good job. We were prepared for the race and it showed up."

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