2012 Toyota Camry, The First Japan’s Safety Car in Daytona’s History
Posted on August 24th, 2011 Filed under Car
The 54th Racing event, titled “Great American Race” is going to be the first time of Daytona 500 history when Japanese car strolling among the fast cars from the U.S.
To note, the presence of the Toyota Camry 2012 on February 25, 2012 at Daytona International Speedway is to be the first Safety car made by Japanese car manufacturer since the Daytona 500 starts on 1959 ago and it would be the two non-American safety car that used for the Daytona 500 after Porsche and Audi 914 (German in 1971 and then).
During Daytona 500 history, the safety car is always dominated by U.S. cars like Dodge, Buick, Pontiac, Chevrolet even the Ford Mustang GT and the Chevrolet Camaro in 2011.
“We are pleased to present the latest luxury Camry at Daytona in the biggest race day season’s,” said Toyota’s Corporate Manager of Motorsports Marketing, Ed Laukes at the Toyota site.
“We think the Daytona 500 is the perfect place to showcase all-new Camry will be sold this fall. We know when there is an opportunity to partner with the Daytona that it would be a wonderful way to highlight our new car, and to strengthen Toyota’s commitment to NASCAR and its fans, ” Laukes added.
2012 Toyota Camry Photo Gallery