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Since its creation The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing has been very popular in the southern states But in the past ten years its popularity has increased drastically across the country This can be seen in the number of new speedways built with the main purpose of holding a NASCAR event though they may only be visited once or twice in the ten month season this can be the main source of income for most of these tracks For a fan going to a race it is not just a one day event but an entire weekend ritual Your weekend starts bright and early on Friday morning groups of people will already be lining up to enter the speedway so get there early if you want to avoid the longest lines You may choose to stay at a hotel nearby the speedway but room prices will be very expensive since you are stay over during a race weekend Your best bet is to get a group of friends and take a camper this way you can stay in the speedways Infield which is the large grassy area inside most speedways This area serves as a campground during races Staying in the infield has a lot of advantage over staying in a hotel room You do not have to enter and exit the speedway everyday plus you can usually get discounts on race tickets by staying in the infield You also get to meet a lot of interesting people who will be staying around you who share a common interest with you Friday kicks off the weekends events Most likely the first racing that you will see is the qualifying for Sundays race Each car goes one at a time for two laps the driver tries to get the fastest time since the starting grid is determined by the fastest qualifying times the fastest forty three cars will compete in the race If you
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