In NASCAR, Chevrolet has given us many fantastic racecars that you can practically go out and buy for yourself. The Chevrolet SS sports sedan, The Monte Carlo SS, and the Monte Carlo Aero Coupe are just a few. In 2006, at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Chevrolet teased the world with the […] READ MORE
Author: Tom Luttermoser
Tom is a car guy from Detroit through and through. He is a full-time car salesman and a constant at local car meets. He's been NASCAR fan since the early 90's and has seen so many changes across the sport, but never left. Out of boredom during the covid lockdowns in 2020, Tom began sharing his passion of NASCAR on Youtube and eventually started writing. But knowing with no real experience or background, no one would hire him, he founded seriouslyfastmedia.com to share his passion with the masses.
Will NASCAR pivot to a hybrid engine?
NASCAR is at a crossroads. Do they continue to cater to an aging fanbase? Do they follow the OEMs to electrify with a Hybrid NASCAR? Look at any form of NASCAR social media. Now go post “NASCAR is going electric” or “Hybrid NASCAR” I dare you. You’ll likely be mocked mercilessly. Add to that receiving […] READ MORE
The Most Iconic Sponsors in NASCAR History Part. 2
From Valvoline to Interstate Batteries to Kellogg’s, we look at some of the most iconic NASCAR sponsors in the history of the series. NASCAR’s history has been filled with fantastic paint schemes that even the average fan can immediately associate with a single sponsor. Now, of course, some sponsors come and go, and some sponsors […] READ MORE