On the road to the second NASCAR weekend in Atlanta, the
NASCAR season officially kicked into high gear last weekend at the Daytona 500 where
“To be able to come out and check out the archives is really neat. I’m all into historic things. I’m at an antique shop when I’m not racing,” said driver Bubba Wallace as he glanced through
Like Bubba, most of the drivers agreed exploring the archives was the highlight of their visit. The
“That’s the fun part for me, seeing it with Daniel Suarez, Bubba, Austin Dillon… those guys,” says Coke Family Racing alum Kyle Petty. “I drove the Mello Yello car in ’92 so I’ve been coming to the
The group, referred to as a racing “family”, takes that quite literally. They’re more than teammates, on and off the track, and it’s apparent.
“I’ve always said NASCAR is the best family sport out there,” says driver Ryan Newman. “But
After wrapping up the archives tour, the “family bonding” continued as the group spent the rest of the evening at an annual dinner held at the Coke headquarters.
All photos by Amy Sparks
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