10 NASCAR Drivers That Have A Beater Inside Their Garage
Joey Logano – 1939 GMC Pickup Truck
Joey Logan attained far more good results in NASCAR racing before he turned 20 than many drivers only dream about. In 2008, he was the youngest driver to win a Nationwide Series race at just 18 years, 21 days. When he took the checkered flag with the Lenox Industrial Resources 301 the following year he became the youngest to win a Sprint Cup Series race.
Even though Logano has an eclectic assortment of cars, potentially his “personalized preferred” vehicle from the track is his Rat Rod, a modified 1939 GMC pickup truck. The cab continues to be chopped and extended, and it really is run by a 327 carbureted modest-block ideal for a race car driver.
Jimmie Johnson – 1949 Stepside Chevy Pickup Truck
The only driver in NASCAR background to win 5 consecutive Sprint Cup Series championships and 6 overall Jimmie Johnson likes to drive speedy on the track in a car made for speed. On the street, he still enjoys the speedy lane but in a very vehicle constructed for anything but speed.
His everyday vehicle is usually a 1949 Stepside Chevy pickup truck which he describes: “It Seems good and hauls…it’s bought a Corvette motor under the hood.” The truck is usually outfitted having several present-day conveniences like air conditioning and SiriusXM Radio.