Pre-Race News and Notes: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
No. 7 Road Rippers Street Beatz Chevrolet
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Kobalt 400 | March 6, 2016
Street Beatz Comes to Life: This weekend Regan Smith's No. 7 Chevrolet is a replica of Road Rippers Street Beatz found on store shelves across the country. Featuring flashing lights and pulsating speakers, Street Beatz toys have motorized forward drive.
For more information on Toy State and their NASCAR sponsorship, visit the Nikko RC Racing Facebook page. To learn more about Toy State toys and where you can purchase Street Beatz near you, visit Toy State's website.
Making a Difference: Saturday afternoon, Smith will visit with patients at the Ronald McDonald House of Greater Las Vegas and deliver toys on behalf of Toy State.
Race with Regan: On Sunday morning, Smith will be visiting the Fanatics Trackside Superstore (9:15 a.m.) with sponsors Nikko RC and Toy State to demonstrate the use of their Nikko RC cars.
Smith on NASCAR's test session Thursday: "Our test session was beneficial to get additional seat time with the low downforce package. Tommy (Baldwin) was able to run through a few different setups ahead of this weekend's race.
On the Street Beatz Chevrolet: "Toy State has taken one of their on shelf products and brought it to life on our race car -- how cool is that! The Street Beatz paint scheme really stands out and will be one to watch during the Kobalt 400 on Sunday."
Tune In: Want to watch Regan Smith and the No. 7 Road Rippers Street Beatz Chevrolet in the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway? Race coverage begins at 3:00 p.m. ET on FOX. Coverage can also be heard on PRN affiliates and Sirius XM NASCAR Radio channel 90. The green flag is scheduled for 3:46 p.m. ET.
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