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What do NASCAR, IndyCar drivers drive away from the track?

On any given Sunday, race car drivers around the world pilot the most exhilarating automobiles on the planet. From the first practice session Friday morning to the waving of the checkered flag late Sunday afternoon, every turn of the steering wheel or press of the gas pedal dumps another dose of adrenaline into their bloodstream.

For the rest of the week, though, they still have driving to do. And while the NASCAR Next Gen car might be perfect for braving the banking of Daytona, and a Dallara-chassis IndyCar might have been bred for the Brickyard in Indianapolis, the truth is that neither is very good for dropping off kids at soccer practice or picking up groceries.