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Teaser Gallery: Panini America Opens Boxes of 2017 National Treasures NASCAR Racing

November 14, 2017

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Panini America closed its inaugural season on the NASCAR track in 2016 by introducing racing fans and collectors to the many merits of the company’s super-premium National Treasures brand. That maiden National Treasures NASCAR Racing release was quick to make an impression with the kind of compelling trading card content rarely seen before in the motorsports marketplace.

With that as a table-setter, Panini America officials immediately raised expectations for what the future might hold for National Treasures. Tomorrow, NASCAR fans and collectors will get a glimpse into that future with the release of the envelope-pusher known as 2017 National Treasures NASCAR Racing.

On average, each hobby box of 2017 National Treasures NASCAR Racing will deliver eight autograph or memorabilia cards, including one autograph memorabilia booklet. Every base card in the product has been upgraded to a memorabilia card and new highlights include autographs from crew chief Chad Knaus and dual-autograph memorabilia booklets pairing up Knaus with Jimmie Johnson and Johnson with the legendary Richard Petty.

On the heels of yesterday’s revealing Quality Control Gallery, we bring you today’s Teaser Gallery that takes you card by card through three early boxes. Enjoy the sneak peek and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage.

Shop for your favorite Panini America racing products on the official online store.

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