How to get your family and friends into the car race to the Super Bowl
There are plenty of ways to get kids and family to the game on Sunday.
But a fun new way to take the fun to the next level is to get them involved in a car race.
This year, the NFL is bringing in a “driver program” for children to compete in a NASCAR race.
The event will take place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and will feature drivers, celebrities, and other celebrities in the lead up to the biggest event of the year.
The driver program will begin in January, and it will be open to any child in the U.S. age 5-14 who has been admitted to a private school, or who has at least one parent who is an athlete.
The drivers will have a limited number of cars and they will be judged by judges based on the number of laps completed and the overall car speed.
This is the latest step in the NFL’s “Race for the Stars” initiative to create a vehicle race for kids to get involved in the sport.
The program is in addition to a regular NFL championship race, where players from the top teams compete against each other in a race for the cash prize.
The league says this will be the first time a driver has been given a chance to race.
“We are excited to bring a driver program to Indy,” NFL Vice President of Marketing Dan Bickley said in a statement.
“The driver program is designed for kids, and is not only an entertaining, fun, and rewarding experience for kids and their parents, but it also helps us provide opportunities for all of our young athletes to compete and showcase their skills to fans.”
This is not the first attempt to create driver programs for children.
In 2016, the New York Jets made an announcement that the league would be bringing in an “all-star” driver program.
But it took until the last minute to be approved by the league, which ultimately cost them $1 million.