NASCAR’s Official Beer Demands Race Name, Response Expected

You heard that right, the Busch beer – the official beer of the NASCAR Cup Series – asked fans to come up with a name for the upcoming race at Kansas Speedway on May 2, 2021. The results are out front, and the race will be officially known as the Buschi MacBush Race 400.

Propaganda started a few weeks ago as an initiative to support farmers during the epidemic. Each fan entry requires a donation of $ 1 to a non-profit organization that supports family farmers across the country. After raising several thousands of dollars, Butch Beer promised to match each $ 1 donation with its own $ 1.

Naming the NASCAR race; Now this is just an incredible offer, ”said Stewart Haas Racing driver Kevin Harvick. “I felt that while this butch can hold back his name, but while supporting the farmers of his country that gives fans such a unique opportunity, it is clear why they are the best sponsors in the sport.”

After this weekend’s Geico 500 on the Taldega Superspeedway, it will be a great chance for Kevin Harvick to join the other eight winning drivers this year. With three wins, 10 top-five finishes, and 17 top-ten finishes at Kansas Speedway, the NASCAR veteran has plenty to look forward to, including calling his former teammate Clint Bauer the race in the booth .

“I’m very excited to hear the Buschie MacBush race all race weekend long, plus I think of Bayer saying it in a live broadcast,” Harvick said.

Now that the name has been officially selected, it will be displayed everywhere around the world, including the official logo for the race, tickets for the event,, race merchandise, grass shield at Kansas Speedway, and race. During the broadcast. Any day is a great day for a NASCAR race, but we can’t wait to hear Clint Boyer, Jeff Gordon, and Mike Joy play the Bussie McBush Race 400 on May 2, 2021.

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