NASCAR has had some crazy moments in the past.
While Juan Pablo Montoya setting Daytona International Speedway on fire, Matt Kenseth’s playoff hopes almost being destroyed by an ambulance and Brad Keselowski accusing Toyota of cheating all come to mind as the weirdest moments that the sport has ever had, some will find even crazier things in a drivers sponsorship contract, especially when the contract recently went public due to a court case.
Kasey Kahne will be leaving Hendrick Motorsports at the end of the season and while a lot of that is due to his performance issues on the track over the last few years, there is another variable that is equally as important as the on track records. That is the sponsorship deals and due to a court case between Sports Marketing Consultants and Rick Hendrick over a compensation dispute, Kasey Kahne’s contract information in now public.
With that being said, there are some pretty weird things included in his sponsorship deal with Farmers Insurance, which ended in 2016 due to performance issues and we thought it would be a good idea to list the five weirdest parts of it. Some will include compensation, or lack thereof and others will include things that some NASCAR fans would find petty, but we hope everyone has a good time seeing what Farmers Insurance expected from Kahne.