You’ll need your own champagne, but NASCAR plans to tive you a true “insider” look from a playoff competitor’s car for the 10 postseason Cup Series races, via a live video stream on Twitter. Above, Martin Truex Jr., currently atop the points standings, celebrates after winning the Cup Series race Aug. 6 in Watkins Glen, N.Y.
You’ll need your own champagne, but NASCAR plans to tive you a true “insider” look from a playoff competitor’s car for the 10 postseason Cup Series races, via a live video stream on Twitter. Above, Martin Truex Jr., currently atop the points standings, celebrates after winning the Cup Series race Aug. 6 in Watkins Glen, N.Y. Matt Slocum AP
You’ll need your own champagne, but NASCAR plans to tive you a true “insider” look from a playoff competitor’s car for the 10 postseason Cup Series races, via a live video stream on Twitter. Above, Martin Truex Jr., currently atop the points standings, celebrates after winning the Cup Series race Aug. 6 in Watkins Glen, N.Y. Matt Slocum AP

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