You Might Be a NASCAR Fan If...

Micheal Robinson@nyyrobinsonSenior Analyst IIMarch 8, 2009

With NASCAR roaring into my city of Atlanta this weekend, I am seeing fewer cars in my city that I normally do on a day like this. That is because everyone is in Hampton, gearing up for the first Atlanta Sprint Cup race of the season.

In ode to Jeff Foxworthy, I have been thinking on a few reasons why I see a lot of fans around here, and what they do to show their love for the sport.

So, here we go...

You might be a NASCAR fan if...

...you get in and out of your car through the window instead of the door.

...your car is the make and model of the car of your favorite driver.

...you shave a three in your hairy back to show your appreciation. (pictured above)

...you shower with Gatorade, because water doesn't do the trick.

...you draft people on the way to work to save gas.

...you put your autograph above your drivers side door with a Sharpie.

...you call Goodyear to complain about a flat tire on the side of the highway.

...you paint sponsors into your front lawn.

...when pulled over and asked how fast you were going, you reply, "195 mph."

...when you start a fight with someone, you threaten to, "put them into the wall."

and my favorite...

You might be a NASCAR fan if...

...you only take left turns around town.  Right turns aren't allowed.

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