Next stop: NASCAR.
After noticing that a young boy was using his driveway as a pit stop along his daily rides around the neighborhood, a generous neighbor in Salt Lake City took the kid's bike route to the next level.
In the following clip, you'll see that a security camera captures a young boy zipping around a large, flat driveway on his outings with his family. One night, this friendly neighbor takes chalk to his driveway, drawing out a serpentine "race track" for the little biker. Whenever rain would wash out the track, a new one would form in its place, becoming more and more intricate.
This is cute enough, but NBCUniversal's Mike Sington has found out more and more about the fun little practice. After tracking down the identities of both the neighbor and the kid, he facilitated communication between them and NASCAR drivers like John Hunter Nemechek, Kurt Busch and Clay Millican.
Our fearless racer has received tons of merch, plus some bona fide racing bikes for him to refine his sport on.
This kid's going places, and it sounds like he already has a volunteer to start his pit crew!