The Ultimate NASCAR Road Trip Guide: A NASCAR Fan's Bible

Amanda BradeenCorrespondent IMarch 15, 2009

NASCAR fans everywhere, our NASCAR fan bible is out. My mom had actually bought me this book, and now I don't think I can go to races without it.

It is the Rand McNally 2008 The Ultimate NASCAR Road Trip Guide. This book has America's No. 1 maps through it.

The book starts off with the 10 greatest moments in NASCAR history. I won't tell you what they are, but I will tell you they are good moments. It also gives you information on crossing borders and what you need. It's good information to have no matter what.

Another really interesting feature is that it has a list of the radio stations that play the races in every state. Now you can listen to the race no matter where you are.

This awesome book also includes an All American Series of NASCAR Wheelin. I was very excited to see that they had Beech Ridge Motor Speedway is Scarborough Maine. That's my state!

Now we are finally getting into the tracks we know and love. The book starts off with Atlanta Motor Speedway. It gives you the address and quick speedway stats.

The book gives you information on parking, directions, and a few insider tips to give you the best trip possible. It tells you what the weather was like at races in the past and you are given information about food, camping and lodging, and local attractions to hit while you are in the area.

This information is given for each track including the tracks in Mexico and Canada. It also has a map for each track. On the final pages there is a mileage chart. A good thing to have for any NASCAR road trip.

I would definitely recommend this book for any fan who loves to travel, or just would like to know more information about each track.