NASCAR Star, Chase Elliot, Takes us on a Tour of His Motorhome
When watching professionals perform every weekend, fans might not consider some of ...
When watching professionals perform every weekend, fans might not consider some of the behind-the-scenes effort invested. Sure, it’s not too hard to realize that an athlete has to be ready to go all the time. However, what might be less thought of is the grind that it takes to keep up their schedules. For example, racers aren’t always flying home every weekend and spending their weeks sitting around between events.
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Instead, many of those who take their craft seriously are preparing for upcoming events and traveling. This means that sometimes, racers might not make it home for stretches of weeks or months at a time. Now, obviously, this is going to depend on the individual. However, we would argue that for most NASCAR drivers, they spend a substantial amount of time in a motorcoach.
So, for somebody who is living in a mobile vehicle for months at a time, what does it look like? Surely, drivers are going to want to have some amenities to make life on the road just a little bit easier. At the end of the day, a NASCAR schedule is an absolute grind. When the drivers do finally have time to kick back for a moment, they’re probably going to want a well-manicured space.
This time, we take the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes with NASCAR driver, Chase Elliott. In this particular video, we get to see the rundown of how he prefers to spend his time off of the track. Elliott really gets into detail about some of the smaller decisions that help make this RV feel more like home. It’s kind of hard to understand how to approach a situation like this for someone who has never done it. Therefore, Elliott takes the liberty of giving us a couple of details that we might not have even thought of. When watching something like this, it gives us an all-new appreciation for the hustle that these men and women take part in.