NASCAR fans wondered what happened to the cars before realizing the race was special, right down to the tires

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Fans watching NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday might not have realized the touching tribute driver’s paid to fallen U.S. servicemen and women for Memorial Day.

Emblazoned on each car was the name and rank of a veteran who died while serving.

It replaced the driver name and number that usually appear on the vehicles.

This was the second year in a row that NASCAR made the same gesture.

The race was won by Martin Truex Jr.

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The Goodyear tires were even marked with a special message.

h/t: The Blaze.


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