One of the world's biggest music stars paid a special visit to Fontana.
Post Malone, a hugely popular rapper and singer, drove around the track at Auto Club Speedway earlier this year for scenes that are appearing in his brand new video, "Motley Crew," which dropped on July 9.
In a short teaser for the video which Malone released on Facebook on July 7, Malone could be seen wearing a yellow fire suit as he sped around the track in a yellow and black Rolls Royce.
The NASCAR-themed video also includes special appearances by race car drivers Bubba Wallace and Denny Hamlin.
Although "Motley Crew" is a rap song, the title is an apparent reference to the famous hard rock band Motley Crue, whose drummer, Tommy Lee, can be seen in the video. Lee posted a photo of himself standing with Malone and two women on Instagram.
"Motley Crew" is the first new material that Malone has released since his highly successful album "Hollywood's Bleeding" in 2019. In 2020, he was named the top artist of the year by Billboard Magazine for the second year in a row.
Auto Club Speedway has been used as a backdrop for several movies, TV shows, and commercials over the years. Scenes from the hit movie "Ford v Ferrari" were filmed at the Fontana venue. In addition, the speedway has hosted numerous concerts and festivals.