The Subway Jalapeno 250 will most certainly be a hot one in sunny Florida this Fourth of July weekend. 5-Hour Energy driver Steve Wallace has had seven top-10 finishes this season. To make it number eight will require energy and focus.
For all of the drivers staying focused in cockpit temperatures exceeding 120 degrees Fahrenheit is essential to top finishes, and crew chiefs need an alert driver and a fast car in these long races. This weekend will test the endurance of drivers, cars and crew who don't have those energy tips.
A lot can change in the second half of this season, but consistency is what keeps 5-Hour Energy Racing in the Top-10 and within striking distance of the leaders. No one knows what lies ahead for the next 17 races, but what we do know is the excitement of racing competition will always be there for the 5-Hour Energy team and the 5-Hour Energy fans.
If you're itching for a contest or just want to snag all of those free 5-Hour Energy shots our fans are getting, peel over to the Contest page on the Fan Zone. We are not messing around with dinky giveaways, the loot for these contests is huge with prizes like a one-year supplies of shots and an all-expenses-paid trip to the final race of the Nationwide season.
Contest entries are always free, and the tasks couldn't be simpler:
- Find the tokens and codes in the Racing Scavenger Hunt
- List the finishing positions of the 5-Hour Energy for each race in the Weekly Results Contest
- Tell us why you should be a 5-Hour Energy VIP in the Featured Fan Contest
- Design the next 5-Hour Energy racecar in the Design 66 Challenge!
Give them all your best try and remember that the 5HourEnergyGuy is always available on Twitter to drop you a hint if you ask!