NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Coke Zero 400
A ten year contract, starting in 2008, between Atlanta-based Coca-Cola and International Speedway Corporation, made Coke the official soft drink, official sparkling beverage and official water for ten of ISC's operated motorsports facilities and the Daytona 500. The company replaced Pepsi-Cola, a 19 year race sponsorship, to showcase Coke Zero as the race's title brand through 2018.
The event is recently known for its close finishes, posting a margin of victory in its last 21 races including the T-4th closest margin of victory in Sprint Cup history at; high speed high-density crashes under the lights, and a broad display of fireworks during post-race celebrations.
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