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My husband used to race dirt track and I always loved going with him to support him on race day. We always had so much fun going and he loved working on his car. It was sure a lot of fun. We still support racing and are huge fans.
Since that was over ten years ago my body just can’t take the long days and nights like it used to. I hurt my back last year and I have so many more aches and pains than I used to. I know, I don’t consider 36 years old but some days I wake up and feel a lot older due to the pain in my back. The new fast acting Advil Film Coated sure helps keeps me going free of aches and pains so I can enjoy my family especially on race day!
The Advil Film Coated rapid release formula goes to work in minutes. Plus, they offer a variety of sizes at Walmart so you can get enough to last several weeks or months. Use fast acting Advil Film-Coated for headaches, muscle aches, toothaches, menstrual cramps, back pain, and aches and pains associated with the common cold. I love how fasting acting this product is for my family!
How do you spend Race Day with your family at home? My mom, son and I always love creating fun crafts whether it’s a diy race track or Twinkie race cars. My mom came up with this fun idea! Check out our tutorial on how to make your own Twinkie race cars below!
Twinkie Race Cars
- Pretzel Sticks
- Food Color Spray (optional)
- Flower cookie cutter (optional)
You can use plain marshmallows as the wheels or get more creative. We used marshmallows and cut them into flowers with a cookie cutter. We then colored them with food color spray.
The Twinkies will be used as the body of the car. Stick a pretzel through each end as shown below. You may have the break off part of the pretzel so it does not push through to the outside of your “wheel” (marshmallow).
Place a marshmallow on each end of the pretzel sticks that are sticking out of your Twinkie.
Cut out a hole on the top of your Twinkie to place a Peep driver. If you don’t have Peeps, you could create people shapes out of large marshmallows to use as drivers. Get creative!
Make several race cars to have fun racing them on Race Day!
We love supporting race car drivers especially Ty Dillon, who drives a car sponsored by Pfizer. He is driving the Nexium Car on April 9th, but he will also be driving a car sponsored by Advil later in the year. Look for Ty Dillon at the Duck Commander 500 on April 9th. Check out Ty Dillon’s Nexium car on page 59 of this digital magazine.
How do you enjoy Race Day with your family? Comment below and share with us!