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Not Your Average Road Trip: How NASCAR Teams Transport Their Cars

It was right around the journey's halfway point when the tractor-trailer carrying Josh Wise's No. 35 began to show signs of distress. The hauler, one of three in the Front Row Motorsports weekly convoy between NASCAR tracks, began to sputter and slow just north of the Ohio-West Virginia border.The timing was awful.Each of the three Front Row haulers—one for each entry campaigned by the multi-car team in NASCAR's 38-race schedule—was expected back to the team's headquarters in North Carolina by 8 a.m. ET Monday morning after the previous day's race at Michigan International Speedway. That would leave just enough time to unload, check and restock the 80,000-pound rig before leaving by 8 a.m. Tuesday for a 40-hour, straight-through...

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