- More than five million people have watched it so far.
- NASCAR is the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing.
- Twitter account How Things Work posted the nine-second video on August 12.
Speed is the biggest draw for people who like motorsports. Seeing fast-moving cars may be the most intoxicating thing of all. This is because it gives you a rush of adrenaline. How fast do these cars go, though? A video that is getting a lot of attention on the internet tries to show that by showing what happens to the people who come to watch a race. The video was posted on Twitter, and the caption says that it was taken at a NASCAR race.
The nine-second footage begins with people standing near a fence that separates spectators from the racetrack.
Watching on TV doesn’t do justice to how fast these Nascar cars are racing pic.twitter.com/8mUnYVp7Iu
— H0W_THlNGS_W0RK (@wowinteresting8) August 12, 2022
One can see a woman pulling out her phone to take a video of the approaching vehicles. The cars pass the fence in a matter of seconds, and the force of their passing is so great that it pushes others back, including the woman.
It appears that the woman is slapping a man in the back as he tries to advance. Another female character is shown to have misplaced her glasses.
On August 12, the Twitter account How Things Work posted the clip. More than five million people have watched it so far.
Post caption reads, “Watching on TV doesn’t do credit to how quickly these Nascar cars are racing.”
Many Twitter users expressed their excitement at seeing the clip.
One of the users exclaimed, “Holy moly for real?” “This is completely ridiculous! At what rate are they travelling? “Added a third.
Daytona Beach, Florida is the birthplace of NASCAR, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. Mechanic and occasional race car racer Bill France is credited by the Encyclopaedia Britannica as a key figure in the establishment of NASCAR.