What You Should Know About Auto-Racing Tailgates
Similar to college and professional football, auto-racing divisions - like NASCAR - have a tailgate culture. The differences between a football tailgate and a NASCAR tailgate would be imperceptible to the untrained observer; you could just as easily convince yourself you were in the parking lot at Lambeau Field as opposed to Daytona International Speedway. Here are some guidelines to follow for an auto-racing tailgate:
- Be Organized - The more comprehensive your tailgate setup, the more being organized will make it a success. Have spots for the games, an obvious food station and easily accessible disposal spots for waste.
- Snacks and Food Are Very, Very Important - The same as with football, the unsung hero of the tailgate is the food. If you want to make a great impression on all of your tailgate guests, bring a smorgasbord of snacks, bites, and eats.
- Don’t Forget the Games - No tailgate is complete without a great selection of games to play while you’re waiting on the food.