It's a mystery. Watching a bunch of cars drive in a big circle for hours. Well, crap. What's smart about driving 500 miles and ending up where you started?
What's not boring are the fans. Seeing them trying their voodo in the stands is a scream. The one race I attended Jeff G. hit the wall around the tenth lap of the race. Most of the fans cheered (Richmond is DE country). I was astonished, the guy could have been seriously injured or worse.
And so very much the truth.
Amen! I'd likely just show up for the last lap or two.
NASCAR suuuuuuuuuucks!(What an intelligent comment, huh?)
leazwell - oh, NO DOUBT it's very entertaining, and it seems like the Nascar crowd are a friendly, welcoming bunch of people, so I can see the appeal of joining the clan. However, I'd just hang out in the parking lot next to the barbecue and margarita machine, thank you very much.dick - indeed, not my idea of a good time, but it sure is fun to razz them, isn't it? They are kind of cute in their child-like zeal for this odd sport. barbara - Yeah, I guess it is pretty exciting at the end - everyone all keyed up after hours of tension. They're probably all standing up at that point from the numb butts alone!o.g. - *L* Yeah, that was brilliant! I'm glad Nascar exists - it brings a lot of joy to a lot of people. I'm just glad I'm not duct-taped to a chair and forced to watch it.
I agree 100% with Leazwell...every year in Toronto, we attend Monster Jam so we can dress up in Snap-On gear and take pictures of the skids in the audience! It's our Halloween!
dave - Monster Jam sounds like a hoot! I love white-trash gatherings, and actually, there are an awful lot of very nice and very friendly people there, so it's half decadent spectacle/half good hang-out time.
I love it! I haven't been able to get into it b/c they just go around in circles.
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