Go behind the scenes and relive the Daytona 500. Hear about the Firebird 1 and Harley J. Earl trophy, comparison of the Camaro Zl1 1LE & NASCAR Cup Series™ car and go on a walkaround of the official pace car.
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What happens when 10 Team Toyota NASCAR drivers are let loose with 2019 Toyota VEHICLE lineup at Daytona International Speedway? Only what you’d imagine. NASCAR champs Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr., Christopher Bell and Erik Jones along with Hailie Deegan, Matt DiBenedetto, Brandon Jones, Todd Gilliland and Harrison Burton climb aboard Supra, Camry, Rav4 and Tundra to have a little fun during DAYTONA 500 race weekend.
About Toyota Racing
Toyota (NYSE:TM) has been a part of the fabric of U.S. motorsports for nearly four decades. Toyota, along with TRD, U.S.A. (Toyota Racing Development), uses racing to learn lessons on the race track that help build better cars, trucks and SUVs. With one of the most well-round racing programs in the industry, Toyota competes across both NASCAR’s national series – the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR XFINITY Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – and regional series, in NHRA’s Top Fuel and Funny Car classes, and Formula Drift, as well as midget racing and off-road events.
Toyota Camry driver Martin Truex Jr. captured the 2017 NASCAR Cup Series driver’s championship in the new 2018 Toyota Camry designed by Toyota, TRD and Calty Design, Toyota’s U.S. design studio.
We’re in the business of making great cars and trucks. But we also work every day to apply and share our know-how in ways that benefit people, the community and our planet in order to build a better tomorrow. We’ve been a part of life in America for over 50 years. And while we’re passionate about making great cars and trucks, our story is about much more than our vehicles.