The third and fourth days of my first-ever NASCAR week were action-pack, filled with plenty of unexpected events, including my golf cart being stolen.
Martin Truex Jr. Bites the Chicago Style Hot Dog After Winning the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400.
Brand and Sammy from Michigan International Speedway Give Me Some Pointers.
My boss Dawn is Awesome. This is the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400 Trophy.
The E15 225 Victory Lane Set Up
Hail to the King
Richard Petty is an Amazing Story Teller
Hospitality Village. I Used These Photos to Get the Drivers to Their Respective Locations.
The Said Golf Cart That Was Stolen
The Turtles Were, of Course, Everywhere
The Best Trophy of the 2016 Sprint Cup
Martin Truex Jr. Did Minor Damage to the Foot Long
Let's Go Racin'
Back Stage Before the Driver Introductions
The Colored Version of Racing
Enter Through This Gate and Drive Behind the Tent. These were the Instructions Given To Clint Bowyer for his Question and Answer Session
The Thieves Cut off the Back Pole of My Golf Cart to Conceal the Numbers Associated with it. The Dumb Asses didn't take the numbers on the Front.
Damage Upon Returning
The Hand Model
Proof That NASCAR is Big Business
Jeff Gordon Makes an Appearance.
I Can't Imagine How Busy This Guy is Even After He Retired From Racing
Like I said, the Turtles Are Everywhere
The Deadline Room at Chicagoland Speedway
Pit Road is Grid Locked
Jimmy Johnson's Race Team is Ready
The Calm Before The Storm
Jim Cornelison Sang the National Anthem
Go Fast and Turn Left
Joey Logano Steps on Stage
Gatorade Victory Lane is the Place to Be
The Home Stretch
Can't Get Enough of These Dudes
There They Are
Chase Elliot Almost Won This Thing. It Would Have Been the First Win of His Career.