I’ll jump right in with more images from the NASCAR Sprint Cup SUBWAY Fresh Fit 600 from Phoenix International Raceway.
On race day most of the activity in the garage area are just for show and to make the fans happy, but sometimes a few minor tweaks are done to give the cars their final race setup. Here Kurt Busch’s crew make a few tweaks to his number 2 Miller Lite Dodge.
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NASCAR mandated a new spoiler instead of the wing here at Phoenix International Raceway and this is what the new spoiler looks like installed on Kevin Harvick’s number 29 Shell / Pennzoil Chevrolet.
Juan Pablo Montoya’s team bring the Target Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet in for a final inspection.
With all the cars lined up on pit road ready for the start of the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 600 and the afternoon sun starting to dip low on the horizon the colors are really starting to come up.
The sheer number of people milling around on pit road at this point can really make getting good images difficult.
Tony Stewart’s number 14 Office Depot / Old Spice crew stand for the National Anthem before the start of the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 600.
A J Allmendinger in the number 43 Valvoline Ford and Scott Speed in the number 82 Red Bull Toyota lead everyone to the line for the drop of the green flag.
The crowd goes wild as the cars cross the line.
A J Allmendinger in the number 43 Valvoline Ford leads the opening laps of the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 600.
Jeff Gordon in the number 24 DuPont Chevrolet stuck in traffic during the opening laps of the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Phoenix International Raceway.
Sam Hornish Jr. in the number 77 Mobil 1 Dodge lets off the gas heading into turn one at Phoenix International Raceway.