Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by FLRacingFan, Dec 4, 2017.
NASCAR declined to comment about the changes.
It is ironic that so many teams can't find sponsors for the space they have so more space is being made available. Hopefully these spots will be valuable to certain entities and will generate some revenue for the teams. I heard RCR will sell each side of the fender for $2500 or both for $4000. Sargento Cheese was interested but Velveeta nixed it...........
Yeah, my first reaction was that the teams already have more inventory than they can sell now.
“... the teams will pool the new space and sell it collectively, similar to a league-type asset ...”
Or y’all could muse over this. Tick. Tock.
Personally, I like to base my opinion on headlines only. More fun that way and far less reading involved.
Might have to do with where that is on the car. Due to the camera angles the networks are using it is getting harder and harder to see different areas of the car. There are some cars that I can't figure out who the main sponsor is on the hood. The logos are hard to figure out at times. By freeing up different areas that were closed off before maybe a sponsor will be more willing to spend money to slap their logo there to promote their brand.
They go by so fast I can't read it so I think it's a scam.
It also may have to do with the fact that there are fewer and fewer contingency sponsors, and fewer decals on the front fender. Go back and look at the sponsors that were there in say 2000, and the number now. I know a couple of companies that got out when NASCAR cut back on the number of garage passes that contingency sponsors could give out.
If times were good this would be huge news but of course if things were good this wouldn't be happening. This isn't rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic but it is lip service for all intents and purposes.
Sponsorship dollars being tight makes this a great move. It allows the car owner to sell many small ads instead of always trying for the big sponsor. In all advertising revenue there is the option of what size of add space do you want.
Good move for the owners and possibly some drivers personal sponsors.
We had a gambling sponsor in ARCA 15 years ago! Golden Palace Online Casino.
Man, I sure hope they don't dick around with the numbers......
I don't care if it's a cup car, dirt modified, late model, V8 supercar, or street legal car painted to look like a race car. The number on the quarter panel is UGLY.
Why go to 15 years ago? We've had a gambling sponsor in NASCAR for as long as Brendan Gaughan has been driving.
I don't care where they put the numbers. If moving them behind the wheel brings in more income for the teams, go for it. Heck, the numbers on the roof aren't used for manual scoring any more; take them off and sell that space too.
What I'm still waiting on is the digital running order position in the rear window.
Yep, this would be a great thing, especially for an at track fan.
So if contingency sponsors are going to become digital-based (greater presence on NASCAR social media)...to free up physical sponsor space on the cars...doesn't that undermine the value of the car in the process???
Another crucial rule change.
'Crucial'??? It will have absotively, posilutely no direct impact on the on-track racing.
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