NASCAR 10-Second Pit Stop Wedding is the Most New England Thing Ever
DRIVERS....START...kissing the bride?
Yup! There was a legitimate wedding that took place last Sunday at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway during the South Point 400 Cup Series Playoff race.
The wedding took place in 10 seconds during a driver's pit stop.
Yes, you read that correctly...10 seconds. The video of the entire ceremony is at the bottom of this article. Don't worry, it is a pretty quick ceremony, so you can watch the whole thing.
This is wildly cool. I am shocked that it was not a New England couple. I could totally see a New Hampshire or Maine resident wanting to do this.
The couple, Lindsay and Nick Brendel, actually pulled off an entire ceremony during NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick's pit stop in the actual Cup Series Playoff race.
I have to wonder if there was even a rehearsal. I can't imagine it was necessary.
I was curious to see if this ceremony could have gone any shorter or longer. The truth is, they could have used an extra two seconds! According to the Fantasy Racing Cheat Sheet, the average pit stop for a NASCAR racer is anywhere between 10 and 12 seconds.
So in theory, their wedding ceremony was faster than some NASCAR driver's pit stops. Yikes.
Anyway, shoutout to NASCAR and Bush Light for making this happen.
To see the full ceremony, check out the YouTube video below.
And to my New England NASCAR fans, can we make something like this happen? Perhaps at the New England Motor Speedway?
I would gladly do the officiating.
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