How to Put Together a Race Day Survival Kit

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How to Put Together a Race Day Survival Kit

Car racing is practically a way of life here in the Florida panhandle. I remember going to the race track every Friday night as a kid and now we live close enough to the speedway that we can hear when they are racing. While it’s always exciting to go to the races, it also often means a long, hot, LOUD day in a crowded stadium full of other fans.

How to Put Together a Race Day Survival Kit

You can make your day at the track so much more comfortable and enjoyable by packing a few necessities in a Race Day Survival Kit! At a bare minimum you’ll want to pack a stadium cushion, some moist wipes, a drink coozie, ear plugs and Advil Film-Coated in case of any aches, pains or headaches.

How to Put Together a Race Day Survival Kit

Stadium seating is never very comfortable so I always bring my seat cushion! I’ve used the wipes for everything from cleaning up the area before sitting to wiping up ketchup spills, they always come in handy for something. The ear plugs and Advil Film-Coated are necessities for staving off the headache that often follows a day of enjoying one of the loudest sports on the planet.

How to Put Together a Race Day Survival Kit

Toss all these items in a cute bag along with any other items you might need like sunscreen, sunglasses and binoculars to get a really great view. I love this cooler bag because it zips shut at the top and I can also throw in a few frozen bottles of water and they’ll stay cool throughout the races. Be sure to check with your race track first before bringing in drinks or snacks because rules vary at each location.

How to Put Together a Race Day Survival Kit

The reason that I prefer the new Advil Film-Coated is because its fast acting and works for headaches, muscle aches, toothaches, menstrual cramps, back pain and aches and pains associated with the common cold. I want something that works FAST, especially on race day, and this Advil is formulated with a unique Advil Ion Core Technology and an ultra thin shell to absorb quickly – in fact nothing is proven to work faster*

Right now you can even print a coupon for $3 off 80 ct+ Advil Film-Coated! I used the coupon to get an even better deal at Walmart where I also picked up some more disposable earplugs and this super cute container of wipes.

I’d love to hear what you take to the races with you! What kind of things would you add to your Race Day Survival Kit?

*Among OTC pain relievers.

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  1. Amy Desrosiers says:

    These are some great tips on how to survive a race. I have only passed by races, but the noise was out of this world! Advil Film-Coated and ear plugs would be a must! #client

  2. Oh yes, it is that time of year! I have friends who never miss a race! I’m forwarding this post to them — pretty sure they have most of the stuff, but just in case they might have forgotten something. This kit looks super – and the bag looks awesome too!

  3. I’ve never been to a race before, but I can imagine it’s incredibly loud!
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  4. I’m never without an Advil in my purse whenever I’m on a trip. It works for my small headaches every time! Thanks for sharing the coupon too!
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