In case you missed it, NASCAR came to town last week which means one thing: it’s time to roll up the sleeves and get back to business. If you’re a fan of the “top gun” racing series, you’re in luck because the season opener is today and tomorrow! If you’re looking to get your fill of racing during the pandemic, today’s the day.
The weekend brings us two unique racing experiences. On Saturday, you can catch some of NASCAR’s top performers battling it out for a championship. On Sunday, you can go to the church of your choice (or none at all) and celebrate the beginning of a new season with church communities across America.
Which one will you choose?
Today’s The Day To See NASCAR In Person
Even if you’re not a NASCAR fan, you might consider going to the race today just to experience it firsthand. After all, this is what the whole point of the weekend is – to get up close and personal with your favorite racing team and drivers!
You might not get your fill of racing at the NASCAR event, but you’ll at least get a taste of it. You might also make a new fan out of yourself. The experience of seeing a legendary driver like Dale Earnhardt Sr. perform might just bring you back for more. You might also make a day of it and see a movie or two. There are plenty of ways to have a good time, even if you’re not a NASCAR fan.
Tomorrow’s The Day To Be At Brostol Motor Speedway In Person
On Sunday, you’ll have the opportunity to go to the place that is home to some of NASCAR’s biggest moments. If you’ve never been to a NASCAR event in person, this is the perfect way to see it all in one place. You’ll have the chance to get a feel for the atmosphere and whether or not this is the right track for you. You might also want to see how the other half lives during a pandemic. After all, they might not all be glued to the TV like you are!
If it’s been a while since you’ve been to a race, then tomorrow might be a good day to get back into the groove. You might also want to consider going to the local community center and seeing what programs are available for kids. It’s important to stay connected with your social network and be there for your communities, but sometimes you need a day off to reflect and come back stronger.
Which One Is More Important To You?
We can’t make this decision for you, but we can give you the information you need to make the right choice. If you want to see NASCAR in person, then you’ll have to pick one of these days – there’s really no other option. If you decide to go to the church of your choice, then Sunday is your best bet. If you decide to stay at home and wait for the pandemic to pass, then Saturday is your best choice.
Based on when you want to go and what you want to do, we would recommend Saturday. You’ll have the opportunity to see some of NASCAR’s top performers in person, plus you can get your fill of the atmosphere at the track. Plus, you can celebrate the start of the season with a party or two. We know that not everyone will be able to attend a NASCAR event in person, but at least you’ll get a taste of what the weekend is like.