Step One: open can of frankfurters. Step Two: put can of frankfurters in a fire. Step Three: consume frankfurters.
Residents and drivers along Aviation Road in Queensbury, N.Y. were confused and annoyed on Thursday afternoon to find that their commutes were being affected by an unwelcome visitor: meat. Lots of rotting meat that stunk up their cars. "Why is it here?" they asked. "Who did this?"
Welcome to race weekend. Paddock food is a meaty and often greasy wonderland of diet-wrecking treats ranging from teams' own gourmet cuisine to E. Coli burgers from a sketchy stand that was probably last given a good clean in the 1950s. Prepare your anus.
The driver of a meat truck fell asleep at the wheel on I-95 in Florida this morning, crashing into the back of an onion truck while he was driving approximately 80 mph. Meat and onions spilled everywhere, but thankfully, no one was killed.
Cars with pickup beds are awesome, right? So that means that even more bed would be even more awesome... right? Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe El Camino doubles down on both the bed and rear wheels, but is its price something that you'd have to sleep on?
In a cross-brand synergistic marketing deal hearkening back to the first meat/car mix, the Oscar Mayer weinermobile, and giving new literalism to "salami races," it appears NASCAR has a new licensed product...and the picture above don't lie...there are now NASCAR Meats! Yes, we're totally serious here, NASCAR has an…