Ever wondered what a pit stop looks like from the POV of the crew?
The Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing No. 1 and No. 42 teams show us using Google Glass technology. Get a glipse of a fast and furious pit stop through the eyes of a jack man, tire carrier, tire changer and gas man.
It's the closest many of us will ever get to experiencing a real NASCAR pit stop ... without having to be removed by track security.
Brian Scott will make his Sprint Cup Series debut Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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This weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway, up-and-coming drivers Kyle Larson and Brian Scott will be making their Sprint Cup Series debut in the Bank of America 500. Currently running the NASCAR Nationwide Series, both drivers join a long list of drivers to make their first start at the 1.5-mile track.
Larson will pilot the No. 51 Pheonix Racing Chevrolet as he prepares to run the full Sprint Cup season in 2014 for Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, while Scott will drive the No. 33 Shore Lodge Chevrolet in his first stab at the Sprint Cup Series.
Both young drivers took part in a Sprint Cup Series test at Charlotte, so despite this being their first start, each has some laps under their belt in a Sprint Cup car.
HAMPTON, GA - AUG. 30: Juan Pablo Montoya, driver of the No. 42 Target Chevrolet, stands on the grid during qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Aug. 30, 2013 in Hampton, Ga. (Photo by Sean Gardner/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Jimmie Johnson appeared on FOX Sports Live Sunday night to talk about his sixth NASCAR championship. In the one-on-one interview with Dan O'Toole, he was also asked about McNabb's controversal comments about drivers not being athletes.