I like to hear from folks out side the sport to see what they think. I worked for NASCAR for a smige over 15yr. I was a fan before I went to work for them. I worked all the series, and you have to turn off the "fan" thing and not have a "favorite" But I was a Tony Stewart guy when he was in Cup, just a no nonsense kind of guy.
So back to your first race. For an experience you really couldnt have picked a better track. Close enough to see everything and lots of action everywhere usually. Road racing has its pros also, I like it. Takes a little different mentality. Broggy nothing against your "local" or close track there NH. But I like the area, but working that race was a pain. We stayed over in Concord and drove back and forth every day. Then trying to get out Sunday after race with only one road...... Richmond is a good track to visit. And ya have to try one of the super speedways Daytona or Talladega. If you dont want to battle the Sunday crowd, try a Truck series race or Xfinity. Yea they are loud, but the bigger the track it goes down some depending on where your sitting.
2013 XCT added Jan 2015
pull back bars, passenger arm rests, HID Low beam, Silverstar Ultra headlight high beam,Drag Specialties Pillow Top seat with driver backrest. Glasspack mod Mufflers.
2009 Royal Star Venture-Traded Jan 2016
Trailers are for when it's broke aint it?