We all know "who wears the fire suit" at Bleacher Report: scantily-clad women in slide shows, and the writers who garner hundreds of thousands of hits by displaying the "assets" of one sport or another's athletes, wives, girlfriends, second-cousins' sisters' friends' roommates, etc.
Oops. I almost forgot the clearly newsworthy pictures of women who totally thought about this one super-cool sport when they were, like, 12 or something, but then were photographed wearing a swimsuit made of high-grade twine at 18.
Sorry, folks, but it had to be done: Kara Martin threw down the gauntlet.
Martin's well-read feature blessed the female members of the Bleacher Report NASCAR community, showing off the supposed hunks of NASCAR.
This challenge simply can't go unanswered, not when there are women like Chrissie Newman, Katie Kenseth, Ingrid Vandebosch, Amanda Sadler, and the above-pictured DeLana Harvick blessing the infield and the pits every race.
You didn't really think you would get away with that did you, Kara? (Leaving off Brad Keselowski and Kurt Busch...did you really think it would go unnoticed?)
As Katy Perry was mandated to answer Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind" with her smash hit, "California Gurls," so I must respond to Ms. Martin's blatant sexualization of NASCAR's finest drivers.
Allow me to retort.
I present to you: the ten best bodies NASCAR has to offer in 2010.
Yes, Kara needed 15 slides. I can do it in 10. Enjoy.