Miss Sprint Cup is a NASCAR fan’s friend on the inside of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. There’s a lot more to the gig than meets the eye. A lot more. It’s the ultimate insider gig for racing buffs. This year’s Miss Sprint Cup is Jaclyn Roney of Ann Arbor, Michigan. (She also has an Illinois connection, as she has family in Batavia).
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Miss Sprint Cup and Kyle Busch unveil the Toyota with the NASCAR contenders Live logo
In conjunction with the event launch, the first NASCAR Contenders Live(SM) sponsored by Toyota and Sprint Sweepstakes kicks off today by giving fans a chance to win an ultimate package that includes a 2012 Toyota Camry SE, two tickets to the first-ever NASCAR Contenders Live(SM) sponsored by Toyota and Sprint fan event, two VIP tickets and two VIP passes to attend the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Chicagoland Speedway on Sunday, Sept. 16, a one-year subscription to SiriusXM Satellite radio and $500 cash.
Fans can visit NASCAR.com/ContendersLive to enter the “Contenders Live” Sweepstakes until August 30th at 3:00 p.m. ET. Additionally, fans can visit the site to purchase tickets to NASCAR Contenders Live(SM) sponsored by Toyota and Sprint beginning on July 27.
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