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On 10/10/10, my family and I (well most of us) attended our first ever NASCAR race. It was pretty amazing. The sound and power these cars have is unbelievable! It is unlike anything I’ve ever attended. I knew they were loud and fast, but WOW, I had no idea. We got there really early and thanks to our buddy at Auto Club Speedway had pit pass access which was really cool, my son Jake loved it! Everything except the whole “walking” part.
So in the pit we got stopped by some of the Auto Club Speedway crew and they asked Jake who his favorite racer was, he didn’t have one since we are fairly new to all this NASCAR stuff. The guy said, well have you heard of Tony Stewart? He’s pretty good, and gave Jake a lugnut off of Tony’s #14 Car. Jake was stoked and I think he now has a favorite driver/car. Here is Tony’s car being pushed into the pit area.
Jake’s not sure what to make of all this… but I think he likes it.
So after all that excitement, we walked up to our seats and waited for the start of the race. The national anthem by Kenny Loggins was awesome, and then the fly over, wow! I’ve never seen Jake’s eyes so BIG!
And then the race started with those famous words “Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!” It was pretty loud, they went around slow at first, then the race started… WOW!!!!!
After that awesome day, Jake getting a lucky lugnut, finding his favorite driver/car, who wins? TONY STEWART #14!!! Turns out it’s his first victory in California, how awesome is that?
Special Thanks to Josh and Everyone at Auto Club Speedway for the great time! We will be back for more!
no, we’re not producing any of them in our awesome All Stars Haulerz, Highway Haulers, or Fresh Metal Extreme Haulers, someone else does that. However it is sweet that they show up right down the street from us and parade into the famous Auto Club Speedway here in Fontana. Our buddy and shy blogger JC Uriarte snapped up these photos from his balcony for us. Just so we could share them with you all on the Daily Dose! What a guy! Could you imagine looking out your window and seeing this caravan? Let’s call these “Street Snaps” since they are not really Freeway Fotos.
It’s race week here in Fontana, CA. Not sure if you were aware of this, but the Auto Club Speedway is just down the street from CAPD headquarters. It’s pretty awesome when there’s some racing or qualifying going on, we can hear it at our offices. Nothing like the smell of burning rubber in the air. I stopped by the Auto Club Speedway Administration office the other day and saw this awesome statue/plaque in their lobby. It was very nicely done!
Then I noticed the Woody looked very familiar. Yes it is… a 1:18 scale Maisto 1948 Chevrolet® Fleetmaster™ “Woody!”
this woody had a trailer with the famous Jimmie Johnson’s ride in tow.
Whenever race week comes around, I see so many NASCAR big rigs heading to the track on the freeway or side streets close to headquarters. So here is today’s Freeway Foto of Digger and his buddies shot on I-15. They were lookin right at me!
So I will be attending my very first ever NASCAR event this Sunday for the Pepsi Max 400! I’m looking forward to it.
Holy WOW, this is an amazing looking car. Celebrating the brand’s 75th anniversary, the Jaguar C-X75 Concept is a hybrid sportscar powered by four electric motors and two gas turbines, for a total output of 795 hp. It previews the design evolution for the future models.
brought to us by Markkaz/RaceGrooves
Got a chance to hit up Brooklyn Projects and Jae Bueno’s event on Saturday evening. There were a lot of people in attendance to check out Jae’s work, have some drinks, listen to some great music, and peep some fine lookin’ lowriders out front! The wife and I made the trek all the way from Victorville to Pasadena because Jae and Steph are friends of ours and well, we love his work.
There were a couple of limited edition shirts with Jae’s photos on them for sale, if you’d like more info about the show, or picking up the tees, check out JaeBueno.Com.