Watching the Xfinity race, and they went to a shot of a car that had had some issues and was getting worked on in the garage, and after being around actual mechanic stuff for the past year or so, it was pretty neato to see.
So I talked with the guy and we agreed we should talk online about specs then make an appointment sometime, I was starting to get a bit of a migraine from the lack of sleep (and food probably, my appetite has been weird because of my sleep schedule) but mannn, that ride home. I was totally out of it most of the way, and for some reason the YouTube algorithm decided my listening to the oh brother where art thou soundtrack meant i wanted to listen to a billion random country songs I've never heard, I was too zonked out to bother adjusting it but some of those songs get weird as hell once you start listening to the lyrics. Also, my bike died at around 27 miles, so I had to bike the last 2 miles at literally 5 mph (and that's on even ground). Anyways I've been out of the house for roughly 22 hours now, I think the skin is gonna fray off my shoulder blades.
Really looking forward to seeing that guy again though, his style is exactly what I'm looking for. This'll also give me some time to plan and try out a few different things.
>Race pictured is at Darlington
>Is the NBC crew when the Daytona 500 is on Fox
>I think the track in the background of the first shot is at Daytona tho, but it feels kinda small idk for certain
"Pulls in on the outside"
>Not only is that phrase utter gibberish, the Bob vehicle is on the inside
Also technically overtake is used only in open wheel contexts, namely F1, but that's just a culture thing and not some hard and fast rule of motorsports.