NBA 2K, through their latest installment NBA 2K21, will sponsor Euro Series alumnus Alex Sedgwick for the upcoming ARCA Test at Daytona International Superspeedway this weekend as Sedgwick is set to take part in Cram Racing Enterprises’ No. 94 Toyota Camry.
Earlier today, Alex Sedgwick announces that he will be taking part in this weekend’s ARCA Test at Daytona International Superspeedway as he’ll be bringing sponsorship from the NBA 2K franchise through their latest installment NBA 2K21.
Sedgwick, who is scheduled to drive Cram Racing Enterprises’ No. 94 Toyota Camry this weekend, is set to be the fourth driver to be fielded by the No. 94 team after it was previously announced that Bryce Haugeberg, Chris Hacker, and team owner Dawson Cram will test the No. 94 car this weekend.
“I’m really excited to announce that NBA 2K will be on my car for the ARCA Daytona Test this week!” said Sedgwick. “It’s amazing to have such a recognizable brand as part of my program, joining BELFOR Group, Wiley X, BeyondEnergy, Sparco, Lollipop Theater Network, and The Startuportal.”
As of right now, Sedgwick isn’t scheduled to take part in the Lucas Oil 200 race at Daytona itself as Chris Hacker had already been announced to be driving the No. 94 car for the season-opening ARCA race itself. He is, however, hoping that he’ll get the opportunity to compete for the race at Daytona next month.
Sedgwick will be the second European driver to join the test after French driver Charles Lacarre, who competed in Raceway Venray’s LMV8 Series, was announced to compete in Fast Track Racing’s No. 12 Chevrolet beforehand. Sedgwick is also set to be the fourth non-American driver to take part in the test, joining Lacarre and Lira Motorsports’ Mexico Series duo of Andrik Dimayuga and Juan Manuel Gonzalez.
Sedgwick, who competed in Euro Series in 2018 and 2019 with MRT Nocentini and Braxx Racing, previously made an appearance in ARCA West’s season ending race at Phoenix last year, finishing in 13th place and beating eventual series champion Jesse Love on his ARCA debut race.
Disclaimer: Unless noted, all photos used in this article are courtesy of Alex Sedgwick.