Circle of Life

Oh, all right.

Following years and years of hating on NASCAR, we guess that we can admit that the car-racing activity isn’t too painful to watch after all. (Notice we didn’t say “sport.” We’re not fully converted, yet.) At the very least, we can see the appeal in said activity, especially locally, when the Phoenix International Raceway hosts the three-day NASCAR Weekend at its digs.

Drivers like Kevin Harvick and Tony Stewart jockey for points positioning during the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 600, which goes ‘round and around for 375 laps.

Sat., April 10, 4:30 p.m., 2010
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