The popular fantasy racing show “Fandual Horse Racing” is gaining traction among NASCAR and NASCAR fans in an interesting way.
The show has become a hot topic among fans and drivers as well as racers themselves, with the show being featured on the NASCAR Hall of Fame website.
NASCAR announced the series as a one-week event in 2016, and the show is now available on a pay-per-view basis.
The NASCAR Hall Of Fame announced it will stream live all 24 races for all 21 seasons.
The series features an “unscripted, live-action” format that features race cars that have been customized to the show’s characters.
A NASCAR driver will drive the car in a variety of races, including qualifying, the Chase, and even the final race of the season.
The format also allows the racers to race with one another, so drivers can compete for a shot at the NASCAR Chase.
It is unclear how many fans have watched the show, but it is already being viewed on the pay-the-show website Fanduel.com.
According to data compiled by The Atlantic Wire, there are nearly 3.5 million viewers who have watched at least one episode of the show.
The most popular episode was the seventh season, when Jeff Gordon was the only driver in the race.
In addition, the most popular NASCAR driver of the year was Dale Earnhardt Jr., who finished fifth in 2015.
In 2018, the show aired in the United Kingdom and in the US in the form of a special on Fox Sports 1.
Fandual has been airing in the UK since 2015.
NASCAR has a partnership with Fandu, a subscription-based sports network that streams live races from around the world.
The sport has seen an increase in popularity in recent years, and Fanduca has become the most-viewed sports channel on YouTube.
It has more than 7 million subscribers.
The season finale of the series, which aired on Monday, May 12, is scheduled to air at 8 p.m.
NASCAR HallOfFamer Gordon has said the series will continue to grow in popularity and that he is confident the series can continue to expand.
“Fandom is the biggest thing for me right now,” Gordon said on Thursday, May 13, after the season finale.
“I think fans will get behind us as long as we continue to put a high level of effort into making it the best it can be.
We’re going to keep pushing it and it’s a lot of fun, and I’m really excited to continue the story.”
The NASCAR team will be making its return this season with the Daytona 500, which is set to begin on Friday, May 16.
NASCAR said it will be airing all the races live in the fall, and it is expected to return to its current format with a new series called the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.