Reed Sorenson, driver the #32 Dollar General Chevrolet, celebrates by performing a burnout after winning the NASCAR Nationwide Series Bucyrus 200 presented by Menards at Road America on June 25, 2011 in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
A fan sits on a hill overlooking all the cars preparing to qualify for the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Road America in Wisconsin.
Reed Sorenson couldn't have imagined the finished that was in store for him during this early part of the race.
You are indeed No. 1
Reed Sorenson celebrates after winning the Nationwide race at Road America in Elkhart Lake on Saturday.
Through the smoke
Reed Sorenson stands on his car and takes in the cheers after winning the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Road America.
What better way to celebrates a crazy win than performing a burnout? Nice job hanging in there, Reed!
Reed Sorenson, front right, drives to the finish under yellow to win the NASCAR Nationwide Series race on Saturday. However, it didn't go over well with a few of the other drivers.
Max Papis ends up in the gravel after being sent spinning by Jacques Villeneuve in Turn 1.
Brian Scott shows us his off-road skills by driving through a sandy infield and back out on the track in order to re-enter the race.
Billy Johnson looks to regain control and rejoin the track as a group of drivers heads through a turn.
Steve Wallace leads a group of drivers early, but the crazy finish was well worth the wait.