DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.—Two major developments in NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity program ensure the strengthening of both the performance aspects and the visibility of the venture. In announcing its 2010 D4D lineup, NASCAR also provided a sneak preview of the eight-episode series Changing Lanes, which BET will televise later this year. Produced by NASCAR Media Group, Changing Lanes follows the progress of 30 aspiring D4D drivers from competition in a combine at Motor Mile Speedway (Radford, Va.) through the selection of four candidates for the development K&N Pro Series East. All told, 11 drivers were selected for the 2010 D4D class, which will compete under the banner of Revolution Racing, headed by former Dale Earnhardt Inc. president Max Siegel. Veteran driver and car owner Andy Santerre is competition director for the team. Read more on The Sporting News

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