The Frontstretch: Top Ten Ways To Get Kicked Off Pit Road During a Race by Mistie Bibbee -- Wednesday July 6, 2005

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Top Ten Ways To Get Kicked Off Pit Road During a Race

Mistie Bibbee · Wednesday July 6, 2005

 

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10. Lean against the gas can and light up a cigarette. Offer a cigarette to the official that is rushing at you.

9. Go streaking down pit road during yellow flag pit stops.

8. Steal the flags when the official isn’t looking indicating when pit lane is open and replace them with limbo poles.

7. During a pit stop, knock the jackman off the wall, steal the jack and attempt to complete the pit stop yourself while mumbling “I can do better than that Bozo”.

6. Go from pit to pit trading pit boards among teams.

5. Wear sandals, short shorts, and a tube top…. (This does not apply to women).

4. Every time the cars pass the start/finish line yell “Boogity Boogity Boggity!”

3. Pull all the lugnuts off the tires before they’ve been used. Tell the pit support crew they put them on backwards.

2. Stand on the wall and demand the crew pays you toll before they jump over to do a pit stop.

1. Every time the Crew Chief tries to talk fuel strategy with the team, tickle him in the ribs and yell “Who’s ticklish…”

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