Monday, March 23, 2009

Tailgating at Bristol

Tailgating is a big part of any outdoor American sporting event and a facet of the utmost importance at a southern NASCAR race.

Like the Christian religion that many NASCAR fans abide by, the tailgate has it's own trinity: drinking beer, eating copious amounts of red meat, and passing time with good company. In order to properly understand the NASCAR experience, we embraced the tailgate like seven-year-old at a McDonald's play structure.

Packing those patties.

Although small, the Webber Smokey Joe cranked out BTU's.

The finished product; you wont find any vegetarians at a NASCAR tailgate.

Edge enjoying the fruits of his labor.

and Panzer his.

Bruce grabbing two long necks.

Chris planning the next leg of the trip before festivities started.

These bros were tearassing around the parking lot the whole day with a sign saying "Beads 4 Tits." Note the Igloo cooler strapped to the front.

This is middle America.

After lubricating for three hours with hamburger grease and cheap beer, we walked down the Yellow-brick road towards the Food City 500.

Here are some more links,
Tailgating at Bristol (Picasa),
Beer Cooler (Vimeo),
Tailgating (Vimeo).


greenjeans said...

I live in Michigan and have never been to a nascar event. Great slice of americana. Did you stay for all 500 laps or miles?

Foster Huntington said...

We sure did. It was quite the experience. I will pos abou I later his week.

Anonymous said...

SOOOOO GOOOD. Loving it...I noticed one of those beers being shotgunned. What's tailgating without cigars, steaks, and shotgunned Busch.

Anonymous said...

Hilarious. Psyched for what lies ahead. N-A-S-C-A-R, that spells love, buddy.

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It's a great way to spend one Sunday, with beer, friends and good food. I think we're a great country with nice events and we can't change that, each picture was fantastic, specially the last one.