Auto Club Speedway has produced so many moments that made a race fan say, "Wow" over its 20 years as a track on the NASCAR circuit -- and its marketing department now has given us another.
To celebrate the track's 20th anniversary, the Fontana, California, track has launched a nifty retro campaign in which fans can upload a photo of themselves (preferably a high school yearbook shot) along with a class superlative.
This mobile-friendly asset will encourage fans to "Join the Track Reunion" by uploading a past high school photo, prom photo or favorite race weekend photo. Fans have the ability to personalize it by adding their name and "claim to fame" by completing the title "Most Likely To…" In addition, fans will able to enter a contest to win NASCAR Auto Club 400 Terrace Suite Tickets, pre-race pit passes and more.
One fan, sporting a No. 24 jacket, said he is the "Most likely to ... wonder where Jeff Gordon is." Another, "Sneaky Pat," (I swear -- not me) said he's "Most Likely to ... sneak into the garage." At least he's living up to his name.
But the best part -- the track also somehow managed to get a hold of a few drivers' yearbook photos, and they don't disappoint.
Gordon sports quite the mustache and mullett combo, and Carl Edwards had some pretty slick Zack Morris-style hair, while Matt Kenseth's superlative is "Most likely to ... call cops 'pace cars.' " Sounds about right.
Join in on the fun at www.acs20reunion.com and be sure to tune into the final leg of #NASCARGoesWest when the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series hits the track for the Auto Club 400 on March 26 (3:30 p.m. ET, FOX).