The Frontstretch: The Frontstretch Foto Funnies - Las Vegas, March 2011 by Kurt Smith -- Wednesday March 9, 2011

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The Frontstretch Foto Funnies - Las Vegas, March 2011

Kurt Smith · Wednesday March 9, 2011

 

Editor’s Note: The Foto Funnies are back for 2011! Every Wednesday, Kurt Smith takes a handful of pictures from the last NASCAR race and tells us what “really” happened in those Kodak moments. This time, we take a look at a weekend in Sin City…

After remembering his father’s encouragement that he drove like “a young Dale Earnhardt” on the go-kart tracks in Riverside, overconfidence in his ability to “pass in the grass” caused Josh Wise an early exit from the Vegas race.

It may have been a step down from the Cup Series, but Mark Martin still appreciates having a sponsor that doesn’t make people ask him if he can’t get it up.

New contest, race fans! If you can name this NASCAR driver, UPS will allow their marketing execs to keep their jobs!

“Yeah, Dale, Danica and I share the firesuit…it’s a little uncomfortable today though, this is the first time it’s been sweated in!”

“Hey, Kyle! I think you dropped something! Oh, my bad, this is a CUP race!”

2011 Past Editions:
Phoenix
Daytona

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