Sadly, it seems some NASCAR tracks offer vegan food choices.
NASCAR, IndyCar, Speedway Motorsports Inc. and food-service provider Levy Restaurants have each won a High Octane Award from PETA for providing healthy and “cruelty-free vegan fuel” at auto racing events.
The four companies will receive framed certificates and be featured on PETA’s website, peta.org.
According to PETA, tracks that feature vegan food include SMI’s Atlanta Motor Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Infineon Raceway, Kentucky Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Chicagoland Speedway, an International Speedway Corp. track, also has vegan fare.
Among the food choices offered by those tracks are: Going Green Salad With Fried Green Tomatoes; Summer Vegetable and Tofu Flatbread; and Sloppy Jane (made from soy, peppers, onions, molasses and brown sugar barbecue sauce).
What is this world coming to? Must be for some vegetarian girlfriends of NASCAR fans, surely… (That’s what happens when you drag them along…)
Ah well. At least most NASCAR fans are still “ known for consuming large quantities of barbecue, fried chicken, hamburgers and thousands of the famous Martinsville hot dogs at NASCAR races each year.”, i.e. real guy food, the way it oughta be.
C’mon, vegetarians. You remember fried chicken burgers. cheeseburgers, and bacon? You know you do. And you miss them!
Remember the taste of a real hot dog? Mmm, a tofu dog just doesn’t match up, does it?
You know you miss meat. You know you want it, so bad.