What is a NASCAR pit pass?

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(Improving my own awnser) The basic formation of a pit crew goes like this: Gas-man goes on the left side of the car (right side at Walkins-Glen) to put gas in the fuel cell. Rear
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Some pit passes allow extended access for multiple days, such as during a weekend of racing. Most pit passes are sold at different levels, with more costly passes providing ticket holders with additional benefits. These sometimes include the opportunity to sign the finish line or to get a driver's autograph. When minors hold pit passes, they are typically required to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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