NASCAR fans will soon get an opportunity to get a first-hand look at the new design for the 2016 NASCAR Pole Position series. NASCAR Pole Position has changed its logo with an eye toward streamlining its social media presence on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
The 2016 NASCAR Pole Position Magazine series will also showcase new fonts as well an orange and red theme to convey more energy.
“We wanted to create a more dynamic and exciting design while keeping NASCAR Pole Position Magazine fun to read and enjoy,” said NASCAR Pole Position Art Director Jason Tedeschi. “With our collection of writers, photographers and designers, we feel that NASCAR Pole Position is a top publication in motorsports.”
In 2016, 36 editions of NASCAR Pole Position will be read by more than 2 million NASCAR fans across the country. Published since 2005, NASCAR Pole Position is one of three officially-licensed NASCAR magazines.
The newsstand-quality magazine is distributed for free to NASCAR fans in all 23 NASCAR Sprint Cup series markets during the year. The magazine is available at major retailers in each race market, including Walmart.