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Posted: 10/14/2011 11:24:51 AM

Meeting and one other person are meeting 2 guys in Nashville and driving our converted bus (we bought just for Nascar trips) down to the race (it's got air, a bathroom, 4 beds, a stove, a fridge, etc.).  Heading down Friday and coming back on Monday. 

Anyone else heading to that race?  And last year, we had major rain one day and ended up at Hooters, the dog track, and the strip club to pass the time.  Does anyone have any recommendations on what to do away from the track if it gets to that point?

By the way, if this is your first time going to that race, just be sure to walk around at night.  You'll eventually run into a make shift stage where chicks will be stripping (just people who get there drink on and start taking off their clothes for money).  It was pretty solid. 

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Posted: 10/14/2011 11:43:28 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by HutchEmAll:

Meeting and one other person are meeting 2 guys in Nashville and driving our converted bus (we bought just for Nascar trips) down to the race (it's got air, a bathroom, 4 beds, a stove, a fridge, etc.).  Heading down Friday and coming back on Monday. 

Anyone else heading to that race?  And last year, we had major rain one day and ended up at Hooters, the dog track, and the strip club to pass the time.  Does anyone have any recommendations on what to do away from the track if it gets to that point?

By the way, if this is your first time going to that race, just be sure to walk around at night.  You'll eventually run into a make shift stage where chicks will be stripping (just people who get there drink on and start taking off their clothes for money).  It was pretty solid. 

 

I always stayed in Birmingham whenever I used to go. Lots of garbage to do there as its a pretty big college town...Lots of bars and garbage. Not much around Dega for as much as I can remember...You would have to travel some, but if there are a bunch of you guys going, you should be able to have 1 kickass party camping out. Have fun

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Posted: 10/17/2011 6:40:34 PM

It is pretty hard to get bored at the track if the weather holds.  Will be curious as to how the crowd is.  Lots of empty seats at many of the races thus far this year.

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Posted: 10/17/2011 8:02:35 PM
ill b over there sun. morn expecting lots of empty seats!!!!!
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