Watch: XFINITY Series GarageCam, NASCAR Salutes edition
Beginning at 1:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, NASCAR .com will be streaming a special edition XFINITY Series GarageCam from Daytona International Speedway that will honor NASCAR Salutes . The segment will be 30 minutes long, featuring co-hosts Jonathan Merryman and Chuck Bush, along with special guest, Jesse Iwuji, an aspiring NASCAR driver who's currently a surface warfare officer in the U.S. Navy. The show will also include a scrolling ticker highlighting the units from the four branches of the military. Watch the live show today at 1:30 p.m. ET here .
Rearview Mirror: NASCAR Salutes and the No. 3 returns to Victory Lane
NASCAR .com's Kim Coon recaps an eventful Memorial Day weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
NASCAR salutes veterans
NASCAR : An American Salute aspires to reach one million " salutes " of gratitude to U.S. military members between Memorial Day and the Fourth of July.
NASCAR Salutes culminates in Daytona
The NASCAR Salutes 7-week program wraps up in Daytona this weekend with three separate events giving fans and drivers a chance to honor the military.
Automotive Technology Series: NASCAR Salutes
Learn more about the No.14 team Engineer/Jackman Mike Casto and the NASCAR Salutes program.
NASCAR salutes Stewart in final race
Tony Stewart takes a pace lap and is cheered on by NASCAR fans and teams before the start of the Ford EcoBoost 400.
GarageCam highlights NASCAR Salutes in the XFINITY Series
GarageCam hosts Jonathan Merryman and Jesse Iwuji co-host a special edition of GarageCam down in Daytona as the NASCAR XFINITY Series honors our nation's military.
NASCAR Salutes : Track military initiatives
Chuck Bush examines how some tracks have taken military appreciation to another level through their own initiatives and programs, complementing NASCAR : An American Salute and Troops to the Track.
NASCAR salutes ESPN at drivers' meeting
NASCAR President Mike Helton, ESPN President John Skipper address industry
NASCAR Salutes : 600 miles of remembrance
During the Coca-Cola 600 on Memorial Day weekend, NASCAR honored our veterans by replacing the names of drivers on the front windshield of the racecar with those of servicemen and women that fought and died for our country.
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