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FORT WORTH, Texas — It is no secret that eSports have become one of the hottest forms of spectator entertainment in recent years. Seeing the incredible momentum that video game streaming has garnered lately, TobyChristie.com has decided to enter the world of Motor eSports.
The NASCAR news, stats and information website will have it’s colors and logo all over the race vehicle of Colin Hudson as he competes in the iRacing NASCAR National Cup Series throughout the 2019 season.
“I have been wanting to sponsor a driver on iRacing for some time, but wasn’t sure who I should support,” said Toby Christie, founder of TobyChristie.com. “I discovered Colin through his live race streams on Facebook and I have become hooked to watching him climb the iRacing National Series ranks. I am pumped to see what he can do with our colors on his cars!”
The paint scheme that Hudson will be driving has been designed by Shawn MaGee (SMD Racing) who actually designs the paint schemes for several race teams in the real-world NASCAR National Series ranks including Front Row Motorsports and Go Fas Racing.
The website will also appear as a primary sponsor when Hudson competes in the iRacing NASCAR Truck Series as well.
“I’m extremely excited for the future with this partnership,” said Hudson. “I believe we’re on the way to a lot more wins. We are going to give fans a show, and we’re both going to benefit greatly. iRacing NASCAR here we come! It’s the chase to race.”
Hudson, 19, has racked up 13 victories over 117 career starts in the iRacing NASCAR National Truck and Cup Series over his career. Hudson has also nabbed 35 top-five finishes and 100 top-10 finishes and boasts a career average finish of ninth.
TobyChristie.com will be adding Hudson’s live race streams to the website so people can watch the driver in action.
Toby is the Founder, Editor and go-to man for TobyChristie.com. He is also the co-host of The Final Lap Weekly Podcast. Additionally, Toby is a NMPA (National Motorsports Press Association) award winning writer, and has followed NASCAR as a fan since 1993.