Tuskahoula, Alabama, The nation's top competitive sports industry has decided unanimously to change from the high powered v-8 engine driven racing cars to the Toyota Prius.
"The little cars are obviously not afraid to take the corners a heck of a lot faster than most drivers would want to," said Jim Beem, president of the association. "Nascar drivers are crazy, but not crazy enough to just keep accelerating like the little Prius'. They don't stop for anything! This promises to be one hot season on the track."
Beem was referring to the impromptu Prius' races on L.A. freeways that have caught America's (and Congress') attention
"The damn thing just took off, I jammed on the brake pedal but it wouldn't slow down!" says Natty Gilmore, of Burbank, Ca. Expressing exactly the sentiments Nascar fans are looking for.
Although most see it as a design flaw, track racers see it as a way to overcome the inherent fear of driving too fast, especially into turns.