There are few environments in the world that can replicate the intensity and sensory stimulation a driver experiences behind the wheel of a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series machine. From the sights and sounds of the competition to the physical strength required to compete at high rates of speed, dedication and proper planning can either lead a driver to Victory Lane, or leave them in the dust to try again the following week.
When handling more than one ton of sheet metal at high rates of speed, attention to detail is imperative. During a race, the inside of the No. 5 Farmers Insurance Chevy SS can be hectic. From the smells of burning rubber and exhaust, to the sounds of screeching tires and revving engines, Kasey is able to maintain his focus and perform under pressure. As a way to maintain his concentration, Kasey breaks the race into segments and consistently communicates the performance and handling of his car to the crew.