NASCAR drops green flag on NASCAR Emoji Garage
If you haven't noticed, emojis are just about everywhere you look, and options are as clever as they are varied. Name an emotion -- there is likely an emoji for it. Name a food -- definitely an emoji for it. Animal ... emoji. You get the picture. Have you ever wondered what a Dale Earnhardt Jr . emoji would look like? How about Danica Patrick ? Wouldn't a Kyle Busch emoji be sweet. Well, the emoji phenomenon has hit NASCAR. In advance of this weekend's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway (6 p.m. ET, FOX, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio), fans will have the chance to share their favorite driver emojis wherever and whenever they want. Today marks the launch of NASCAR Emoji Garage , a brand-new app filled with NASCAR-themed emoji stickers available for free at the Apple App Store -- click here . The app is designed to be a platform for fans to engage with their favorite teams and drivers through the use of themed stickers. Teams and drivers helped choose their favorite sticker designs, making NASCAR Emoji Garage the latest platform allowing fans to connect with the sport any day of the week. Some examples below:
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RELATED: Fallen military members who will be honored in Sunday's race NASCAR.com's GarageCam program has a guest co-host this week at Charlotte Motor Speedway and special recognition of fallen heroes as part of the weeklong NASCAR Salutes program honoring U.S. military service members. Jesse Iwuji, who is an active duty officer in the U.S. Navy, will co-host GarageCam live from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series garage at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. ET Watch the live stream at NASCAR.com/garagecam . The program will also feature each of the service men and women who have given their lives to serve our country and who will be honored in this weekend's 600 Miles of Remembrance. Drivers in the Coca-Cola 600 each will carry the name of a fallen service member on his or her car's windshield. While still on active duty, Iwuji has raced in four NASCAR K&N Series West events this season, netting his first top-10 finish in the series Saturday at the Sunrise Ford 150 at Orange Show Speedway in San Bernardino, California.