Title: Nascar Gear - The Essentials for a Day at the Race Track
Authors: Susan Daniel and Debbie Overstreet
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Nascar Gear - The Essentials for a Day at the Race Track
by Debbie Ovestreet and Susan Daniel

Real Nascar fans attend at least one race a year. To make the
racing experience a fun one, there are certain items you will
need to take along with you. The following is a list of the

1. Nascar Apparel. Everything from t-shirts to jackets to caps
are essential.

2. Food and Drink. Plan on taking sandwiches, drinks, chips,
cookies, and peanuts.

3. Cooler. Gotta have a place to keep your grub! But be sure and
use a smaller sized cooler.

4. Scanner, camera, binoculars. A scanner keeps you in on the
action, and the others help you see and record the action.

5. Money. You may need new apparel items or food/drink items.

6. Tickets. Don't forget them!

7. Sunscreen. Depending on the time of year and which side of the
track you are on, sunscreen is a must.

8. Cushion. Those metal seats can get very hard during a
three-hour race.

9. Sunglasses. Keep the glare away, plus you look cool.

10. Rain gear. You never know...

Copyright  2005 Susan Daniel and Debbie Overstreet

About Susan and Debbie: Susan and Debbie are internet marketers.
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