The Daily Downforce is excited to welcome three YouTubers to the family. NFJJ, Elly Productions, and Bologna Burger are now joining the exciting lineup of some of the hottest NASCAR content creators under the Daily Downforce banner.
If you want to go in-depth about some of these creators, be sure to listen to NFJJ’s and Elly Productions’ episodes of Next-Gen Creators. (A Bologna Burger episode is in the works.)
NFJJ joined NASCAR YouTube in 2012 primarily doing crash compilations, but he now does video essays on different stories in NASCAR history. According to NFJJ, this includes, “Showcasing races, drivers, storied characters, or specific incidents to educate the audience on the sport.”Some of his most recent work includes videos on NASCAR’s Secret Traction Control Controversy and Jerry Nadeau’s Richmond crash. Some of his most popular videos include a video on Bobby Allison’s 1987 Talladega crash and “How Bad was Danica Patrick?”. Be sure to follow him on Twitter as well right here: @Nascarfan4888JJ.
Elly Productions joined YouTube in 2012 as well, and he also does video essays on different stories in both modern NASCAR and the history of the sport. He says on his channel, “If you’re a motorsports fan looking for a wide array of content, this is the place to be!” His recent video topics include Phantom Debris Cautions and “The Most Iconic NASCAR Season” with some of his most popular including a reaction video to the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and a video on Danica Patrick being “The Worst NASCAR Driver”. Be sure to follow him on Twitter (@EllyProductions), Instagram (@ellyproductions49), and Tik Tok (@ellyproductions49), and check out his merch store!
Bologna Burger specializes in doing quick videos on NASCAR news along with interactive live streams with his fans. He describes himself on YouTube as follows: “When I’m not doing race car things with my race car friends I make racing videos (99.9 NASCAR) for my YouTube Channel.” He has done plenty of videos on the chaotic Championship weekend at Phoenix including “Good Year or Bad Year” to review Cup Series driver’s seasons. Be sure to check his channel out both throughout the offseason and after races as well for his live streams where he interacts with fans. Follow him on Twitter (@BolognaBurger84), and potentially look for him at a local short track to see him at his day job working with a real race team.
Which YouTuber are you most excited about joining the Daily Downforce? Let us know!