Daytona 500 Happenings with Valvoline NextGen

Fans get a chance to dress like the pros at the Valvoline NextGen Pit Stop at Daytona.
As Sunday’s race approaches, we got an inside look from Valvoline about the happenings at the “NextGen Pit Stop” in Daytona this past week. Fans got to learn about Valvoline’s “Close the Loop” program and were treated to appearances from Roush Fenway Driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Top Gear USA host Rutledge Wood.

Fans enjoy complimentary gear and learn how they can Close the Loop at the Valvoline NextGen Pit Stop at Daytona.

Roush Fenway driver, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., visits the Valvoline NextGen Pit Stop to share his excitement about his racing team’s decision to run Valvoline NextGen recycled motor oil technology in all of its Sprint Cup and Nationwide engines this season.

Race fans are surprised by pop-up Valvoline NextGen projection billboards all around town leading up to the Daytona 500. 
Rutledge Wood shows fans in town for the Daytona 500 how they can Close the Loop and get a $20 gift card from Valvoline by returning their used oil for recycling and purchasing NextGen recycled motor oil to help preserve our resources.
Photos Ken Kinzie