Fanatics flocked to New Hampshire Motor Speedway Sunday to watch the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
While the pit crews prepared, the celebrities were also gearing up for the fun in Loudon. Red Sox legend Rico Petrocelli gave the opening prayer and Bret Michaels was slated for a pre-race concert.
"I got here early. I could tell you what the track looked like with the fog," said the Poison frontman and reality star. "I walked it to make sure we were all good."
Making a homecoming, Adam Sandler--served as the grand marshal.
"It's sweet, it makes me feel good," he said. "Every time I come back to New Hampshire, I feel at ease."
But for fans, nothing beat spending time at the track enjoying the 5 Hour Energy 301 race.