So, you didn’t get a ticket to Daytona. But, watching it at home has you craving your NASCAR concession favorites. Well, NASCAR Refuel has what you need. A new partnership with NASCAR and DoorDash will bring those track snacks right to your door.
The new initiative has launched over the weekend and is already busy delivering the best from NASCAR meets to hungry fans around the country.
Real NASCAR fans know that there is one food that reigns supreme. That is the Martinsville Dog, a $2 piece of perfection. The first question asked it seemed was whether it would be available to order. As of right now, it is not.
However, there are some great quality dogs on the menu. That includes the Firecracker Dog with jalapenos, coleslaw, and pepper relish. It looks just as good as if you were sitting at the track in Daytona yourself. But, you get to eat it in your favorite chair.
There are more than just hot dogs on the menu. With burgers, fries, pimento cheese, and more, fans will find their favorite treats and foods from various race tracks across the country. There are tons of locations across the country, however, the majority are on the east coast. That won’t stop fans from finding their nearest locations and giving NASCAR Refuel a try.
The opening of the new delivery-only restaurant comes right at the end of the regular season. With the NASCAR Cup Series season closing and the playoffs starting, fans are going to be excited to watch the drama unfold. If they can do it with a Draft Burger in their hand, all the better. This is a seriously cool project that hopefully has success.
NASCAR Cup Series Season Finale
Last night the NASCAR Cup Series regular-season came to a close. Being at Daytona, the race was filled with drama and suspense. There were a number of drivers fighting to stay alive in the playoff race. Over the course of the final stage, multiple drivers took the lead. Bubba Wallace and Ross Chastain raced for their lives, although neither would win and qualify for the playoffs.
However, for Ryan Blaney and Kyle Larson, it was nothing but good news. By the time the yellow flags had been replaced with the checkered flag, Blaney came away with his second win on the season making it two in a row to close out the regular season. He finished 7th in the standings on the year and will have lots of confidence heading into the postseason.
As for Larson, he finished back in 21st. However, he took the regular-season title with over 1000 points. His season didn’t finish with a win or top-5 finish but he didn’t need it. As the playoffs begin, there is no doubt that Larson will be a favorite throughout.