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SANDSTON, Va. -- I recently got the chance to work at Indoor Motorsports in Sandston. When I arrived I had no idea what to expect. I immediately met the Owner Andrew O'Bier and he quickly put me to work.

The phone started ringing and the next thing I knew, I was gathering motor oil and headed out the door to deliver! I delivered to an mechanic shop. Everyone was so nice. I will admit, I wanted to stay to chat with my new friends, but I knew I needed to head back to the shop.

When I arrived back to Indoor Motorsports there were several people in the hobby side of the store.

Everyone had a box car decked out in their favorite colors and logos. They were getting ready for "Beat the Track Owner Night."

I weighed each car and measured the distance between the tires, checking to make sure everyone car was up to standards. Next, it was time to choose an order. Everyone received a color that represented the lane they would start the race.

Just as I was about to say "GO" Andrew walked over and handed me a shinny blue CBS 6 Nikki-Dee box car! I was getting to race!

I went to the starting line and the races were on! I went airborne several times. But by the end I was staying on track! I had so much fun!! I can not wait to go back!

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