Test drive NASCAR.com with Brad Keselowski
January 03, 2013, Staff, NASCAR.com
Preseason Thunder whetted NASCAR fans’ appetites and excitement is building toward the Daytona 500. If you want to get caught up on all your news, NASCAR.com is a great place to start.
We've been operational since Jan. 3, but if this is your first visit, we want to make you feel welcome. Therefore, we’ve brought back defending Sprint Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski, who can help guide you through the new experience.
In addition to the features shown in the video, we've also added other features to give you an upgraded user experience. Some of those features include:
The all new NASCAR.com was designed with the fan in mind. Big, bold imagery and videos that help capture the excitement of the sport and all the latest news from a group of veteran and upcoming writers -- all in a site that works best on your device … from PC, tablet to phone.
You can scroll through and interact with everything, or use our navigation feature to find something specific. The goal is to make the new NASCAR experience less cluttered with all available information easier for fans to locate and interact with.
More Ways To Follow The Races
On race day, we made it easy to follow the on-track action by giving you plenty of options ... a live leaderboard to follow your favorite drivers, our RaceView and RaceBuddy products and two brand new mobile apps to create a new and improved second screen experience for NASCAR fans.
Follow Live On Fantasy Or At The Track
For fantasy players, NASCAR FANTASY LIVE, our official fantasy NASCAR game, is back with a new look and feel and better gameplay.
If you're headed to the race, we'll help you with tickets, event and track information.
With your free registration to NASCAR.com, you can select your favorite drivers and tracks, and we can customize the content and messages you will receive. On race day, your drivers will be highlighted on live leaderboards to make it easier than ever to follow the action.
Give Us Your Feedback!
We want to hear your thoughts about our new site. Go here to take a quick survey.