At Martinsville, a hot dog like no other
Strawberries and cream at Wimbledon? A mint julep at the Kentucky Derby?
Nay. That stuff is lame compared to NASCAR's most scrumptious snack.
You can't call yourself a true NASCAR fan until you have bravely downed a Martinsville Speedway hot dog.
The cholesterol-crammed delicacy is legendary at NASCAR's oldest track, a food tradition that has filled the stomachs of fans, drivers and crew members for more than 60 years.
"Yeah, I eat about three or four a day," Dale Earnhardt ...
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