This is one of my reminder posts about the Walmart Fan-Driven 400 – which is now called THE PARTY IN THE POCONOS 400 (yey Shawn McMillan for winning naming rights)! So the latest round of voting is for the official consession for the race. It’s already been narrowed down to three flavors of Pierogis for you:
Right now the one in the lead is the Loaded Baked Potato Pierogi- and when I say lead- it’s pretty commanding. Currently in second place is Hot Honey Buffalo Wing Pierogi with last going to the Sweet Cinnamon Sugar Pierogi. There is still time left to make a difference though! Start voting now on the Walmart Fan Driven 400 facebook page. You have until May 7th- so keep voting!!
Also if you are going to be going to the Party in the Poconos 400 did you know that you can get tickets for as low as $25? They are available directly from Pocono Raceway. Also if you plan on going keep your eyes open for NASCAR Fan Events being held at the Walmarts in the Long Pond area- there will be driver appearances, racing simulators, show cars, other goodies and lots of FUN!
Not going to the Party in the Poconos? Don’t worry- Walmart is still offering FAMILY TRACK PACKS (4 tickets, 4 hot dogs, 4 drinks for only $99) at a LOT of different tracks- so many I can’t list them all here but you can find the list over at the Walmart NASCAR page!
Starting May 8th the final round of voting will start- this time on the Party Pace Car! Can’t WAIT!
Celebrate Tony Stewart’s birthday by joining our Smokin Birthday Charity Drive and Raffle in support of the Tony Stewart Foundation.
“What do you get one of the best drivers in the world for his birthday? Well probably nothing since you don’t know him. You can try to leave something at his door step, but that can be considered stalking and is creepy. So what then? Do like I have the last few years, donate what you can to his charity.”- Kevin M Boots
Since I got all philosophical, sentimental, or whatever you would call that with the Texas Race Report –I left out the “Notes” section where I usually go into all things NASCAR that didn’t fit nice and tidy in the race post. So I present to you- NASCAR tidbits in no particular order that have been floating around in my brain: (more…)
I am going to say something that I don’t like saying: it’s obvious that something is amiss with Stewart-Haas this season- specifically the #14 team of Tony Stewart. I know I know- thank you Captain Obvious right? But as stalwart of a Tony Stewart fan that I am- I can not go on being the girl with the
rosy camouflaged colored glasses any more. We are going into race 8 of the season now and Tony’s mired way down in 22nd in the Sprint Cup points standings- a full 111 points behind current points leader Jimmie Johnson.
So it look’s like Walmart’s Fan Driven 400 will indeed be called The Party In The Poconos 400. Congratulations to Shawn McMillan for coming up with the name that won!! I had a feeling it would win since it was way out in the lead for most of voting.
Now that we know what the race is to be called it’s time to vote on the signature concession for the race! The Pocono Fan Council narrowed it down to a pierogie but what kind is the question. You have three to choose from:
- Hot Honey Buffalo Wing is fried then shaken in a honey-hot sauce and served with bleu cheese dressing.
- Loaded Potato Skin is fried and topped with cheese and bacon and served with sour cream.
- Sweet Cinnamon Sugar is fried and topped with with whipped cream.
So head on over to the Facebook Walmart Fan Driven page and vote now for the concession you would most like to snack on at the Party At The Poconos 400! You can vote ONCE A DAY through May 6th- so make your voice heard- your tummy will thank you! Then we will be voting on the pace car design!
Also don’t forget there are $25.00 tickets for the Party In The Poconos 400 also thanks to Walmart’s fan driven!! Check out Walmart.com/NASCAR for more information or to purchase your ticket to the Party!
There is just something that I have always loved about watching races at Martinsville. I think it’s the close quarters, the rubbing, the inevitable tempers that eventually flair- it makes for a usually exciting race to watch on TV. Unless, of course, your driver doesn’t have so good of a day. Sigh. I still enjoyed watching the race on Sunday- don’t get me wrong. According to Tony’s radio on the NASCAR 13 sprint mobile ap it sounded like he was having handling issues. They missed the first pit stop accidentally (it was a caution and it sounded on the radio like Tony didn’t hear Steve call him in) and didn’t make one- so then when Tony did make it to the pits during the next round of pit stops the team noticed his tire wear on one of his tires was bad. Tony said something to the effect that this would pretty much mean they would have to change their strategy.