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The Art of the Autograph: Walk Fast, Find a Bathroom

When I went to my first NASCAR race, I sat in the 13th row in turn three. It was a Nationwide race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and the closest I came to a driver was having Tony Stewart's car parts flying at me after he crashed into the wall.   My second race was the very next day for the Sprint Cup series. This time I had “cold” garage passes and got a picture of Dale Jr., Clint Bowyer, Juan Pablo Montoya, and Kevin Harvick as they made their way to the driver's meeting. I also got to watch inspection.   I thought I was super cool.   Until someone told me about a “hot” pass—an all access pass that gets you everywhere except the driver's haulers (although if they invite you in, say yes!). You can even stay there during the rac...

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