The following photos are of the big rigs used in NASCAR.
The first one is from when Nextel was the Primary Sponsor of the series. It’s the Registration hauler.
One time, we were so hungover and smelled of alcohol that they almost didn’t give us our credentials.
And here’s a Registration hauler when Sprint was the sponsor.
My friend drove the Sprint Vision rig all across the country from race to race. Shout out to Mark Parrish.
Next, we see the NASCAR Officials haulers. A driver never wants to get called into one of these haulers.
These haulers can cover as many as 70,000 miles a year.
This is a shot from Phoenix International Raceway. Notice the hill in the background. I took a golf cart up it for the view. It’s a bumpy ride, but the view is worth it. Phoenix Hill Views
When the haulers first arrive, they begin to unload.
Those silver rear doors, on the ground, are what is used to remove the race cars from the haulers.
This is a photo from a suite at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
The rigs are parked according to the driver’s standings in the points.
This is a rare shot. Steve Park, Dale Jr. and Dale Sr.
Here are the silver doors in action.
Teams bring 2 cars to every race. A Primary and a Back Up.
Here’s a better view of the rear doors.
During practice, the teams monitor things from atop the haulers.
This is a pic before their set up is complete. Look in the reflection to see me taking the pic.
A photo of the inside of a hauler. I see the Dale Earnhardt logo in the back.
Crews arriving for work.
Dale Jr. was always a popular driver, now he’s a popular TV Analyst.
One of the best rear doors.
Now I’ll show you some Autograph card holders that are located by the haulers for people in the Garage Area to pick up cards from.
This is a cool one.
Jeff had one of the best ones.
“Because we know a thing or two about NASCAR.”
I prefer it when the cards are positioned correctly, instead of sideways.
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