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Brian Scott’s No. 11 Dollar General hauler was recently wrapped with a new design for the 2012 season! We condensed the 6 hour+ project down to 1 minute for your viewing pleasure. Let us know what you think!
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (January 11, 2012) – Joe Gibbs Racing announces today that Matt Lucas has been named crew chief for Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 18 Nationwide Series Toyota team.
Lucas, who has spent the past two seasons as the race engineer for the No. 18 team, replaces Jason Ratcliff, who was named crew chief for JGR’s No. 20 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team last month. Lucas’ background in racing is deep with extensive experience as an engineer and mechanic in NASCAR as well as CART and IndyCar racing.
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (January 6, 2012) – Joe Gibbs Racing announces today that Mark Martin will drive the Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry in the 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series race in Las Vegas in March.
“We’ve always hoped to have the opportunity for Mark to drive for us and to have him behind the wheel of our Interstate Batteries Toyota for the Nationwide race in Vegas is exciting,” said J.D. Gibbs, president of Joe Gibbs Racing. “He is a great example to all drivers of the dedication it takes to be successful and certainly we’re honored to have him part of our efforts in 2012.”
It’s the off-season, so we know you are itching for some racing action! Take part in this interactive stop motion NASCAR race where you choose the car and watch it race. This video was created using 1:24 scale Lionel NASCAR diecast cars moved an inch at a time, a conference table, and thousands of photos! Roughly one minute of footage took one hour to create.