The 2021 NASCAR Season begins February 9th with the highly competitive Busch Clash at the Daytona Speedway and will have a star-studded lineup of drivers. Interestingly this race will be held on a Tuesday night.
This will be the sixth year that the Stewart-Haas team will be using the NuShield Triple A anti-glare screen protector film to eliminate glare from the McClaren Digital Race Dash instrument panel. When you are driving in excess of 170 mph you only have time to quickly glance at the display. The last thing you need is sun glare coming in from your side windows during day races and overhead track lights during night races blocking your display visibility.
The NuShield Triple A antiglare film helps to eliminate glare under these conditions, but they work most effectively when the races start during the day and finish at night. That is because as the sun sets the incoming light hits the panel directly. The anti-glare coating of the Triple A film eliminates reflected glare and the mirror-like reflections given off by the display. If you have seen a race on television sometimes the in-car cameras show how bad the reflection is for drivers that don’t use the NuShield film on their displays.
There is a new driver joining the Stewart-Haas team since Clint Bowyer has retired from racing and will be moving into the announcer’s booth. The new NASCAR Cup Series team will consist of drivers Kevin Harvick, Aric Almirola, Chase Briscoe and Cole Custer Last year’s team was a formidable team with many wins and top 10 finishes. And every member made the playoffs with Kevin winning 9 races and 20 top 5 finishes.
But you don’t need to be a race car driver to enjoy the NuShield Triple A film. Many car owners install this film on their own GPS display to cut down glare. The NuShield film is compatible with most cars made since 2000 and the film comes pre-cut to fit depending on the make, model and year of the car. For drivers who wear polarized sunglasses while driving or own a convertible, the NuShield DayVue film type is the right solution. That is also the film used by Formula 1 racing teams.