Brooklyn, Michigan that is. NASCAR is headed to the the Michigan International Speedway this weekend, and it is hard to believe that drivers are getting much sleep with speeds approaching 210 MPH.
"We don't feel bulletproof -- not at these speeds," said 2011 Michigan winner Denny Hamlin. "Anything can happen -- we hope it's a safe race on Sunday, but at these speeds I don't think we've tested these cars at these speeds yet as far as crashes."
The drivers have spent the last two days testing at Michigan, because of the repaving project, that has lead to all the new speed in the car.
"It's going to be interesting to see," said Kansas Kid Clint Bowyer. "It seems like the more it's heated up the more we've rubbered in that one exact groove. I think it's only a matter of time when that starts widening out, it did so at Pocono a little bit. "