Friday, June 12, 2009

Sure seems like a sport to me

A long time ago, New York City's Times Square used to allow cars. And back in that ancient time, NASCAR driver Brian Vickers and the pit crew for his No. 83 car put on this show:

Two notes here. First, that car had headlights, meaning it wasn't the actual one that they race. And second, a 20-second pit stop would easily lose Vickers 10 spots in a race.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I noticed the headlights too. I had to chuckle, Vicker's rev's the engine to ham it up for the fans on the side of the road. That's a great way for the sport to connect with the fans!

-- your Atlanta NASCAR fan

June 12, 2009  

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