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Category: Urdu poetry anthologiesStart Your Engine: 10 AM to 10 PM October 4th
By Maggie Lauber
WOONSOCKET, R.I. (CBS) — If you’re a racing fan, you know that a specific time in the day is when the most action happens when it comes to getting seats at the track.
Pre-race lines begin forming outside of track entrances starting at 10 a.m., when thousands of drivers arrive to practice for the day’s big races. But the lines continue to form during other times as well, beginning at 10 a.m. — before that, the only time you’ll see the longest line is on race day.
So, why does it happen at 10 a.m.?
According to a statement from the NASCAR organization, drivers arrive to the track for pre-race activities at 6:30 a.m., and to get rid of them, they have to be at the track by 10 a.m.
“Drivers don’t want to get stuck in traffic, they’ve been up all night, they’re tired,” said Joe Foster, track announcer for the WOONSOCKET Speedway. “That’s when people would be leaving the track, it’s what they do, it’s normal.”
Foster also said that race track employees get a lot of questions about how and why this happens, and