Sunday’s Daytona 500 race which was narrowly won by paddock’s favorite Michael McDowell is a race to remember. For the new fans to stock car racing it was a thrill and rather a terrifying experience.
This comes as the race experienced a six-hour delay, one in which a red flag for a 16-car crash gave way to hours of rainfall and also a miserable broadcast filler. The delay was so long that the NASCAR drivers had the chance to step out for a break which in the case of Ross Chastain of the No. 42 Chevrolet meant making a grub run for his pit crew.
In a video shared by Chip Ganassi Racing, Chastain pulls up to the drive-thru window of the world’s second-wettest McDonald’s still in his race overalls. He shares a brief, sweet exchange with the attendant, who appears to announce who’s in the drive-thru to her coworkers before fulfilling what was probably the biggest order she received that day—six of everything, plus a fudge sundae for Chastain himself.