Some people will like it, some will not, and my hope is that NASCAR executives are truly listening to both sides of the conversation to give us the best possible car for 2022 and beyond. 80 percent be damned, NASCAR has a big task to close the divide among fans with a product that satisfies most.
“Many non-endemic sponsors don’t understand the traditional MOBA or FPS games, but everyone understands the basics of racing. We see a huge opportunity for HPM to be leading the charge in bringing new sponsors, partners, and fans to the racing ecosystem.”
“Talking to Jeremy Bullins and like, ‘Man, what do we need to get to that next level? We’re right there. We need to go out and just dominate a race,’ and that’s what today was for us with the Western Star/Alliance Parts Ford Mustang.”
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