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The Must-Reads from NASCAR Pole Position’s June-July Edition

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The summer is coming fast, and that means a new edition of NASCAR Pole Position magazine is available for die-hard NASCAR fans. Here are the must-reads from the newest edition of NASCAR Pole Position.

  • This issue is all about the fans. It highlights both the current die-hard NASCAR fans and even fan-favorite drivers.
  • The issue discusses one of NASCAR’s most iconic moments, the 1993 Daytona 500. It also features the typical posters and features on current NASCAR drivers that fans always enjoy.
  • NASCAR Pole Position is a must-have for any NASCAR fan in your life, featuring exclusive interviews and some of the most interesting stories from the NASCAR world. Fans can subscribe for a full year here.

P. 7 – Fan Spends 50 Years Building His Sanctuary by Paige Martin and Evan Liu

Mike Ward has a NASCAR collection that most fans dream of having. From diecasts to car models to hats, Ward has created a genuine NASCAR sanctuary that would be an awesome place to watch a race.

P. 12 – Meet Patricia Borton: NASCAR’s Most Unlikely Superfan by Joshua Lipowski

Patty Borton doesn’t fit the archetype of most NASCAR superfans. She’s never been to a race and didn’t get into the sport until she was much older. However, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone more passionate, and a special note she sent inspired us to tell her incredible story.

P. 14-15 – Q&A with Ned Jarrett: Remembering the Epic Call of the 1993 Daytona 500 by Rick Houston

Ned Jarrett was a great driver but was equally as great as a broadcaster. His most iconic moment came in the 1993 Daytona 500 when he called his son, Dale, to victory. Rick Houston sits down with Ned, and Ned gives incredible background and insight into what made that race so special.

P. 22-26 – The Fans’ Favorites: Drives Making an Impact on and Off the Track by Matt Weaver

Drivers do great things on the track, but equally important is their impact on it. Matt Weaver discusses 5 drivers across NASCAR who are doing great things both on and off the race track.

P. 54-55 – Next Gen Racing Powered by Manufacturing

Few things have changed the sport quite as much as the Next-Gen car, but the Next-Gen car could not exist without companies like Okuma. As the Next-Gen era approached, Okuma partnered with Richard Childress Racing. It’s safe to say that Okuma is one of the unsung heroes of NASCAR’s modern Next-Gen era.

Be sure to check all of these articles out in the June-July edition of NASCAR Pole Position Magazine.

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