At the start of March we here at Speed51.com asked racers everywhere to show us the progress on their race cars using the hashtag #ShopPics powered by JEGS on Twitter and tagging @Speed51dotcom. Since then we’ve been inundated with pictures of your cars in the shop and we, as well as many short track racing fans around the United States and Canada, have loved it.
But we want more, racers. We know there are plenty of you out there that haven’t sent your #ShopPics in yet and we still want to see them. Not only do you have the chance at seeing your car featured on the homepage of Speed51.com, the 100% short track news source, but you’ve also got the chance at something even better.
On April 15 we will unveil the ten best #ShopPics we’ve seen so far. So we want you racers to get creative. Your #ShopPics have the chance to not only be seen on the Speed51.com homepage, but also in an original 51 story.
So whether you’re building a Super Late Model, an ARCA stock car, a NASCAR Tour Modified, a Street Stock, a Bomber or anything else, we want you to keep sending in your #ShopPics.
Speed51.com’s home page and every story page will have a #ShopPics powered by JEGS box that will show all tweets using the #ShopPics hashtag. Anyone with a race car in their shop is welcome to tag @Speed51dotcom on Twitter using the #ShopPics hashtag to have their race cars been seen by fans worldwide on Speed51.com.
JEGS.com is one of the largest mail order automotive performance equipment companies in the United States and has long been a big supporter of Speed51.com and short track racing. Founded in 1960 by Jeg Coughlin, JEGS sells performance parts, aftermarket accessories, tools and automotive clothing.
-51 Sports Press Release
-Photo Credit: Tom Ferrell