NASCAR Sprint Cup Series haulers were in Cincinnati on Wednesday before making their way to Kentucky Speedway's tripleheader weekend that features the historic July 9 "Quaker State 400" along with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series "UNOH 225" on July 7 and the NASCAR Nationwide Series "Feed The Children 300" on July 8.
Joe Gibbs Racing haulers transporting Kyle Busch's No. 18, Denny Hamlin's No. 11 and Joey Logano's No. 20 were on display in Cincinnati with Tony Stewart's No. 14 and Ryan Newman's No. 39.
The stop also featured a presentation by Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory.
"Sparta is not that far from where we are right now. This is a region, I like to celebrate what's going on in the region," said Mayor Mallory. "There are going to be 120,000 people at that race track on Saturday and some of them are going to come to Cincinnati, they're going to spend money here and stay in our hotels and that's exactly what we want."
Haulers also made appearances in Louisville and Lexington.
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