04 May 2021 8:34 AM +00:00

NASCAR Races Into Rocket League with New Fan Pack, More Events Planned

Psyonix has a NASCAR Rocket League collaboration in the works to celebrate the NASCAR Darlington Raceway event on May 9. From May 6 through May 12, you can grab the Rocket League NASCAR Fan Pack 2021 for 2,000 credits, but it won’t work with every car.

Aside from the pack, you can also grab a NASCAR Trail for free starting May 6.

The NASCAR Fan Pack 2021 includes the following:

NASCAR Ford Mustang

  • Roush Fenway Racing #6 Decal (NASCAR Ford Mustang) and Player Banner
  • Stewart-Haas Racing #10 Decal (NASCAR Ford Mustang) and Player Banner
  • Team Penske #22 Decal (NASCAR Ford Mustang) and Player Banner
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NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro

  • Chip Ganassi Racing #1 Decal (NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro) and Player Banner
  • Richard Childress Racing #3 Decal (NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro) and Player Banner
  • Hendrick Motorsports #9 Decal (NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro) and Player Banner
  • Richard Petty Motorsports #43 Decal (NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro) and Player Banner
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NASCAR Races Into Rocket League with New Fan Pack, More Events Planned

There’s also:

NASCAR Toyota Camry

  • Joe Gibbs Racing #18 Decal (NASCAR Toyota Camry) and Player Banner
  • 23XI Racing #23 Decal (NASCAR Toyota Camry) and Player Banner
  • NASCAR x RL Decal (for each car)
  • Goodyear Racing Wheels
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Get a better look at it all in the Rocket League NASCAR trailer below.

Naturally, the decals, banners, and such only work with the cars specified in their respective descriptions.

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The NASCAR Fan Pack 2021 disappears from the Rocket League store after May 12. However, Psyonix said there will be more NASCAR events throughout the year, and the official NASCAR press release mentioned the Fan Pack in particular will return at several points during the rest of 2021.

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[Source: Psyonix]

When could the Formula 1 integration land though?