As NASCAR continues plans to reach to racing later this month, Coca-Cola Racing Household driver Bubba Wallace spent Wednesday afternoon visiting with airmen from Shaw Air Pressure Unhealthy as section of Charlotte Motor Speedway‘s virtual Mission 600. Now in its third year, the Mission 600 advertising and marketing campaign turned into as soon as designed to honor the girls and men of the U.S. Armed Forces as a prelude to the 61st running of the Coca-Cola 600 on Memorial Day Weekend.
While the aged Mission 600 pairs Coca-Cola Racing Household drivers with regional navy bases representing all five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic shifted plans to a virtual video teleconference.
Throughout the web alternate, almost a dozen airmen from South Carolina‘s Shaw Air Pressure Unhealthy shared their tales and asked questions of the third-year Cup Sequence driver. The huge-ranging conversation covered all the pieces from Wallace‘s interests commence air of racing and the arrangement he got into the sport to his thoughts on the upcoming return to the notice and what motivates him.
Wallace‘s Mission 600 focus on over with followed fellow Coca-Cola Racing Household driver Austin Dillon‘s virtual focus on over with with Special Operations Marines from Camp Lejeune closing week. Denny Hamlin, Joey Logano, Ryan Newman and Daniel Suarez comprise also recorded video shout outs to carrier ladies and men, amongst a ramification of suppose, as section of the advertising and marketing campaign, which runs on Charlotte Motor Speedway’s social media channels thru run day.
The Coca-Cola 600 is slated to poke green in its aged Memorial Day Weekend slot on Sunday, Can even simply 24. Fans can tune in on FOX or thru the PRN radio network.
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