With 70 million fans, NASCAR is the #2 spectator sport, after football. But unlike football, going to a race is a full weekend of events. From the tailgating, to the qualifying, to the checkered flag and post-parties--there's enough to fill several days at every event, and that's just at the track. Liz has maximized her personal connections with NASCAR insiders to determine what NASCAR fans really want to know when visiting the tracks, and gives practical answers to the most frequently asked questions, including: -- What to do in a medical emergency, and area hospitals with emergency care, -- Area attractions beyond the track, including popular golf courses where you might just spot your favorite driver between races, -- Where to find veterinary services for the furry four-legged members of your family, and much more! From dining, to shopping, to lodging, not to mention what to wear and pack (and what not to) this is a practical guide that no NASCAR fan should be without!Everything You Need to Plan Your Race Weekend Liz Allison. and Missouri. The track itself is only fifteen miles west of downtown Kansas City, Kansas, which lends itself to lots of things to do and see outside of the racing. Even though thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Ultimate NASCAR Insider's Track Guide|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2010-01-08|