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Boogity Boogity Boogity I Love Nascar

I Love NASCAR, what is behind this crazed movement? For those who don't understand NASCAR's unprecedented explosion in popularity, they would ask�What is the big deal about NASCAR?... Well...you have to love fast cars...and who doesn't love fast cars? Once you have become infected with the fast-car bug, you have to see a race, and not just on television. Attending a NASCAR race is a total-body sports' fan experience. Engines roaring! Cars zooming! Adrenaline pumping!

There is a huge thrill in trying to pick out your favorite driver as the field of cars zoom past your range of sight at 180mph! NASCAR racing is also more than just fast cars going around in circles. It is about common folk, getting together as friends and family, and sharing exciting memories�every weekend! ...And that is why racing fans all say "I love NASCAR!" And then there is the NASCAR drivers, the most fan-friendly sports stars of any sport!... They take time out of every race, every weekend to talk to fans, sign autographs and take pictures.

The drivers all come to the races with their families in tow, and camp out in trailers�just like the commoners... And that is also why racing fans all say 'I love NASCAR!' On the track, drivers have 2 goals..win points and win the race. Like the skillful warriors they are, they defend their positions and play every advantage that presents itself. NASCAR drivers' ability to use the draft from cars in front of him to gain more speed takes great skill and feeling. In races where it is difficult to pass, drivers will attempt to cause the car in front of him to "get loose" by positioning himself so close to that car that he "steals the air", causing that car to wobble and allowing him to pass.

These kinds of skills are almost beyond comprehension! In the pit area, crews are constantly working and moving, preparing for the next pit stop. During each pit stop every person has his place and job to do. If they work together well, their performance will have serviced the car, filled the tank with gas and changed tires in 14 remarkable seconds or less. The crew chief and technicians determine precise calculations throughout the race to determine if fuel mileage will be a factor in winning... This is why racing fans all say 'I love NASCAR!'

The NASCAR recipe is one that no other spectator sport matches. Weekly, the top teams (drivers) are competing directly against each other. Unlike, for instance the NBA, where you may have to wait weeks for that big contest, at a NASCAR race, you can follow number 1 battling number 2 every week. It's almost like having the Championship of this sport each and every week. There's simply nothing like the excitement of a live NASCAR race. The sights, earth shattering sounds and gritty smell of burned rubber and gasoline will leave a strong and lasting impression on even the most casual sports fan� and for most saying 'I love NASCAR!'

Submitted by:

Dan Dydyk

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