Yesterday afternoon I went with my dad to the Lucas Oil 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway. Here's the photographic evidence:
Pre-race festivities. Circled is something I never really noticed before--it's a scoreboard-style electronic display that shows the number of a car that's been penalized, black-flagged, or disqualified. So, basically, Norm Benning.
Case in point.
The Air Force with a pretty cool art installation--it was called "RAGE: Brad Keselowski, Martinsville 2014"
For those of you who don't live in the Delaware Valley, ACME is a local chain of grocery stores, NOT the guys who supplied the coyote with all those malfunctioning contraptions in Looney Tunes.
My tax (and speeding ticket) dollars hard at work.
Trucks preparing to restart--the outside line was the dominant line, so the leader (read: Kyle Busch) chose it every time.
Trucks coming around Turn 4 under green as Mason Mingus serves a penalty for not calling before he dug.
The view from the front row--Dover is so steeply-banked (even on the frontstretch) that you can't see the racing surface from here. The concrete you're seeing is the pit lane, and the asphalt is the walking area for the fans. Granted, this could also be because I'm a crappy photographer...
Matt Crafton (the only real threat to Kyle Busch) being towed to the garage after blowing a tire and wrecking on the backstretch.
Wreck between Gray Gaulding and Random Turner-Scott Truck Series Driver.
Bully in the smoke.