2016 Panini Prizm, the first line of officially licensed trading cards encompasses teams and drivers across the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR XFINITY Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
“We’re thrilled to be aligned with Panini, which will provide a fresh approach and reenergize this category,” said Blake Davidson, vice president of licensing and consumer products, NASCAR. “Partnering with a leader in the space was an important strategy for NASCAR, producing top-quality product for NASCAR fans, kids and collectors alike.”
2016 NASCAR sets include:
- *2016 Panini Prizm NASCAR – Available now
- * 2016 Panini Torque NASCAR – Early September
- * 2016 Panini Certified NASCAR – Early October
- * 2016 Panini National Treasures NASCAR – Early November
This PSA 9 1979-80 O-Pee-Chee Wayne Gretzky rookie card sold for over $35,000 Tuesday night, which is believed to be the most ever paid. A 10 being offered by Goldin Auctions sits at over $300,000 now, with the buyer’s premium.
You probably have a 1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. card in your collection—or if you’re a dealer, you’ve probably sold a bunch. VICE Sports caught up with collector Lucas Stallbaumer who, at last check in July, owns over 400 of them–enough to cover an entire hallway in his house.
The Tennessee Titans hold post-practice autograph sessions for fans and on Tuesday, the line was enormous for Marcus Mariota. The second-year quarterback from Oregon spent a long time signing autographs for fans and collectors.
Practice ended at 11 AM. The first two people had gotten in line at midnight. Yes, midnight. But they gave up their spot at the front to a soldier on leave. Check out the video below. if you can’t see it, click here.