Watching every race, spending unnecessary money, and making an absolute fools out of themselves by cheering is all a part of being a die hard Nascar fan. Nascar fans are one of the largest fan bases in America. They are usually deer hunting, bass fishing, duck calling rednecks who would defend their favorite, over paid Nascar driver to the bitter end.
There are three ways to becoming a die hard Nascar fan. Nascar is based mainly on the drivers. A Nascar fan must choose a driver and vow that he will support the driver even if the driver makes a complete fool out of himself.
Spending money on unnecessary memorabilia is also a crucial step for becoming a die hard Nascar fan. Caps, shirts, flags, mugs, posters, and die cast cars are just some of the few memorabilia items that have to be bought. These items are purchased to show their loyalty to their favorite driver.
Of course, races are also a very important part of Nascar. To truly be a die hard Nascar fan, races have to be watched every Sunday or Saturday night. These races have to be watched on television or at the track. Nascar fans look like complete idiots while they are watching a race. They scream, yell, curse, and sometimes even cry as their favorite driver pulls into the Winners Circle.
Nascar fans are some of the most loyal fans. They are true to their driver and always cheer them to victory even if they are not at the racetrack in the stands. Without die hard Nascar fans there would not be Nascar.