NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers got their first chance in competition to find a dancing partner on Saturday night.
The Bud Shootout proved to be just as advertised, with two car hookups being the only game in town.
Pairing up with another car, a driver could gain speed and closing rate on the leaders and once to the front, it was the only way to stay there.
After the race, several drivers talked about the preferred method of racing at Daytona and what it means for next week's Daytona 500.
Here's a quick look at some of their thoughts.