NASCAR team pulls off a pit stop in pajamas
Did you know that April 18 was "National Wear Your Pajamas to Work Day?"
Let's be honest, here: We didn't, either.
But the crack Front Row Motorsports pit crew did, so they put on their jammies for pit-stop practice.
And they did it for a good cause, too: To support Casey Cares, a Baltimore-based non-profit organization which coordinates uplifting activities for critically ill children and their families. The group provides new pairs of pajamas to kids while they are in the hospital or home recovering from rigorous medical treatment.
We think that's a winning effort.
So watch and enjoy the video, as the Roush Fenway Racing-trained pit crew gets it done.
Here's the team:
Chris Buescher, Driver
Raphael Diaz, Rear Tire Changer (Ninja Turtle)
Kevin Richardson, Front Tire Carrier (Batman)
Mark Janssen, Jackman (Ninja Turtle w/mask)
Driver side front to back:
Justin Rolfe, Front Tire Changer (Superman)
Justin Kirby, Rear Tire Changer (Batman w/hood)
Josh Patch, Gasman (Old School PJ's w/sleep mask)
Rodney Fetters, Roush Fenway Pit Coach (in PJ's)