Check out these new NASCAR diecast cars as the 2021 season gets underway. We’ve picked out some of our favorites that are available at Fanatics today.
The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season got underway with two races at Daytona International Speedway, including the annual Daytona 500 at the oval and another chaotic race on the road course, and another Florida race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
With the 2021 season officially underway, don’t miss out on the opportunity to get your hands on these 10 awesome new diecast cars. Or, check out all of the newest NASCAR diecasts at Fanatics.
Chase Elliott Action Racing 2020 Season Finale 500 Race Winner 1:24 Elite Die-Cast Car
If there was ever a diecast to make sure you buy before it’s gone, this is the one. Chase Elliott became NASCAR’s most popular champion in 32 years last season, winning the title with his victory at Phoenix Raceway back in November. He did it in a unique car with a nod to the historic career of seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson, which you can see in the color of his number 9. There are only a few left, so don’t miss out.
Michael McDowell Action Racing 2021 Daytona 500 Champion 1:24 Regular Paint Die-Cast Car
Heading into this year’s Daytona 500, only one driver had ever competed in more races than Michael McDowell before getting his first victory. That driver, Michael Waltrip, got his first win in the Daytona 500. Twenty years later, McDowell got his first win in the Daytona 500 in his 358th career start, leading only the final lap. Secure your piece of history with this brand new diecast.
Chase Elliott Action Racing 2021 #9 NAPA 1:24 Regular Paint Die-Cast Chevrolet Camaro
Chase Elliott got a slightly different looking primary NAPA ride for the 2021 season as the reigning champion of the Cup Series, with more gold highlights than any of his previous NAPA cars have had since he began his full-time career in 2016. Can he defend his crown this year?
Christopher Bell Action Racing 2021 O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 Race Winner 1:24 Elite Die-Cast Car
In just his second start for Joe Gibbs Racing at the Daytona International Speedway road course, Christopher Bell became a first-time Cup Series race winner. He is the 197th different driver to win a race, and after Michael McDowell’s Daytona 500 win, he solidified the 2021 season as the first season since 1950 to produce two first-time winners in the first two races. He also became the first driver from Oklahoma to win a race, making it the 35th state to produce a victor and the first new one to do so in nearly two years.
Alex Bowman Action Racing 2021 #48 ally 1:64 Regular Paint Die-Cast Chevrolet Camaro
Jimmie Johnson is no longer behind the wheel of the #48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet after a legendary career that saw him win 83 races and a record-tying seven championships. Now it’s Alex Bowman’s turn, becoming the first full-time driver of any #48 car other than Johnson since Trevor Boys in 1984, and he started off his stint with a Daytona 500 pole.
Chase Elliott & Bill Elliott Action Racing 2021 #9 Family Tradition 1:24 Regular Paint Die-Cast Chevrolet Camaro
With his 2020 championship, Chase Elliott made the Elliott name just the third to produce a father-son title duo, as his father Bill also won the Cup Series title back in 1988. And better yet, Chase became the first Most Popular Driver Award winner to win the title since his father did so in 1988. This family tradition diecast is a must-have.
Bubba Wallace Action Racing 2021 #23 Door Dash 1:64 Regular Paint Die-Cast Toyota Camry
Bubba Wallace solidified NBA legend Michael Jordan’s long-awaited entry into the NASCAR Cup Series by driving the #23 DoorDash Toyota in the Daytona 500, even leading a lap before a late unscheduled pit stop effectively ended his chance at securing a good result. Don’t miss the opportunity to get your hands on Jordan’s first ever 23XI Racing Cup car.
Daniel Suarez Action Racing 2021 #99 iFly 1:64 Regular Paint Die-Cast Chevrolet Camaro
Speaking of celebrity team owners and NASCAR seemingly ushering in a new era of interest in the sport, the Cup Series also welcomed Pitbull to the sport this year, with Mr. Worldwide serving as the co-owner of Trackhouse Racing Team. Daniel Suarez pilots the #99 Chevrolet for the team, and the only thing we could think of to improve his new ride is to change that #99 to #305.
Chase Elliott Action Racing 2021 #9 Adrenaline Shoc 1:24 Regular Paint Die-Cast Chevrolet Camaro
Another diecast of the reigning champ, and another can’t-miss. Chase Elliott welcomed Adrenaline Shoc as a primary partner for two races in the 2021 season, and while he hasn’t yet driven the sleek A SHOC #9 car yet, it is well worth buying early, because you may very well not get another chance to do so. He is set to drive this car at his home track of Atlanta Motor Speedway in July and then again at Talladega Superspeedway in October.
Kyle Larson Action Racing 2021 #5 Nations Guard 1:64 Regular Paint Die-Cast Chevrolet Camaro
Following a tumultuous 2020 season that saw him suspended by NASCAR and then fired by Chip Ganassi Racing after being cut by numerous sponsors over his use of a racial slur, Kyle Larson is officially back in the Cup Series, and with a new team, new number, new partners, new everything. While he is still fighting to gain more sponsors, he is clearly on the right path. Make sure to get your hands on his first ever Hendrick Motorsports diecast.
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