6 NEW NASCAR Funko Pops Just Landed! - Funko Fair 2022
These pops aren’t for just anyone. Only for those with a need for speed! Funko’s new range of NASCAR Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures launched today at Funko Fair 2022 features some of the sport’s biggest names today!
Excitement and adrenaline go hand in hand in NASCAR racing. For more than 70 years, these competitions have been established among the great sporting events in the United States, along with the NFL and the NBA.
So hop behind the wheel and set yourself a PB by adding the new NASCAR Pop! Vinyl Figures to your Funko collection. Here’s the lineup:
- Funko Pop! Nascar: Kyle Larson (Hendrick) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Funko Pop! Nascar: Bubba Wallace (Dr. Pepper) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Funko Pop! Nascar: Chase Elliot (Hooters) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Funko Pop! Nascar: Dale Earnhardt Sr. (Wrangler) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Funko Pop! Nascar: Dale Earnhardt Sr. (Wrangler) Black Suit Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Fanatics Exclusive
- Funko Pop! Rides: Nascar – Jeff Gordon Driving Rainbow Warrior Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
NASCAR Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures from Funko Fair 2022 are now available for order at the links below (click to jump!)
The most spectacular crashes, the races decided in the last meters, the heaviest bullshit, all help make NASCAR what it is today. An event capable of generating more than US$10 billion a year and pinching audience figures close to those of the most popular sports in the United States.
NASCAR stands for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. This association supports more than 1,500 races on more than 1,000 circuits and references the American auto industry. The stock cars used are commercial cars for sale to the general public, with engines modified for competition.
NASCAR is one of the most important sports competitions in the United States. Of course, much of the spectacle is due to the drivers, but, no doubt, the cars are the real stars.
In 1947, drivers, mechanics, and car owners created NASCAR with three distinct divisions: Modified, Roadster, and Stock Car. Eventually, the public widely embraced standard cars, and the first stock-only NASCAR race was held in 1949.
Today, the cars are highly modified and technically difficult to define as “stock,” although the races remain true to their spirit: drivers still line up on an oval track about two and a half miles in diameter.
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