NASCAR: 10 Worst Driver Product Placements in History

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NASCAR: 10 Worst Driver Product Placements in History
Courtesy of www.usatoday.com

In the history of the sport—especially in the past 10 years, where sponsors have more pull than ever—NASCAR has seen its fair share of great product placement. Few picture Richard Petty without STP, Dale Earnhardt without GM Goodwrench and Jeff Gordon without Du Pont or Pepsi.

However, there's been plenty of poor product placement as well, hindsight 20/20. Few can forget the flap caused when Jimmie Johnson—sponsored by Gatorade—would repeatedly knock Powerade bottles off his car in Victory Lane, something that ended when the five-time Sprint Cup champion started receiving fines.

Without further ado, here are the 10 Worst Driver Product Placements in NASCAR History.

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