NASCAR has spent $200 million over the past few years to build the first drone shop in the country.
But it’s not just about selling racing cars, but also creating unique ways to show the sport off.NASCAR has spent money to make drone enthusiasts feel like they’re on a race track.
It’s not an accident that when you see the drones flying over the Daytona 500, it’s clear that the cars aren’t the only objects in the sky.
The cars are the real show, and the drones are just a visual representation of the cars being driven by professional drivers, according to Matt Sauer, the chief executive of the United Auto Workers union, which represents drone operators.
The drones were part of a pilot program that was launched earlier this year, with the goal of creating a new kind of race-car experience for fans.
Sauer said NASCAR had spent $20 million to build a hangar in Atlanta, but it’s the Daytona car show that has been the most successful.
He said the goal was to make drones as close to the action as possible, using them as “a sort of surrogate.”
Drivers often fly through the air to get closer to the spectators, so a drone could be used as a sort of aerial drone, allowing them to be near the action more easily.
The drone shop, called the Sprint Cup Club, was built with the help of the American Racing Technology Center, a nonprofit in the state of Florida, and will be the first of its kind in the U.S.NASC has invested $200,000 of its own money in the project, with an additional $20,000 coming from the company’s sponsorship.NASCar has been experimenting with drone racing since the 1980s, when its NASCAR Challenge program first came to an end, when the company was unable to produce enough drones to meet demand.
That prompted NASCAR to build its own drone racing shop in 2014.NASAC has also put the drones on display at races in California, South Carolina, Texas and other states, using the drones as “virtual billboards” to sell merchandise.
The shop, which is now in its fourth year, will display drone models of cars and trucks, along with replicas of the famous racing cars.
Sauers said the shop has been successful because NASCAR has had “a lot of success with its drone racing.”
He said NASCAR is trying to bring a new level of authenticity to the sport.
The drones will help with that, he said.
The company said it will continue to test and refine its drone shop.
The Daytona car race has been an international event, with many countries flying their own racing cars to the track, and NASCAR has even created a virtual billboard that allows fans to see the cars in real time.NAScar is also looking at drones for its own races, including at this weekend’s Daytona 500.
Sgt. Pete Santilli, a NASCAR spokesman, said the race will be a showcase of how drones are used in the sport, using drones as a visual display of what’s happening on the track.
He said the drone shop is expected to open later this year.