NASCAR Crash Circuit Ultimate Road Course | Source: Far Out Toys/The Toy Book

After getting red-flagged due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Far Out Toys is rejoining NASCAR this weekend for the YellaWood 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.

On Sunday, October 3, the NASCAR Kid Zone fueled by Adventure Force will be the go-to spot for kids to check out some of the latest Adventure Force Crash Racers track sets. Additionally, NASCAR drivers will be stopping by to join in the fun alongside the kids from the KidCity YouTube Channel.

“We are so excited to be back at the races with NASCAR,” says Keith Meggs, CEO of Far Out Toys. “Based on our continued success, 2021 represents our third year of working with NASCAR to bring the fun and thrills of racing home for kids. Getting back to seeing the excitement that our products bring to race fans in person will be amazing.”

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A selection of Adventure Force NASCAR Toys | Source: Far Out Toys/The Toy Book

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“Americans are looking for experiences now, more than ever. Partnering with Far Out Toys to create a hands-on, kid-friendly racing experience is an ideal way to entertain families visiting the track,” says Paul Sparrow, managing director, licensing and consumer products, NASCAR. “The Talladega Superspeedway’s YellaWood 500 is the perfect race to deliver a one-of-a-kind family experience at the Adventure Force Kids Zone.”

Additional Kid Zone activations with Far Out Toys and NASCAR are planned for Kansas Speedway, Martinsville Speedway, and Phoenix Raceway later this fall.

Adventure Force NASCAR Crash Racers track sets are available exclusively at Walmart.