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An apprehensive Cramer before the 165mph ride of his life around the track at Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Charlotte, NC with NASCAR driver, Brad Keselowski.
Cramer’s all-access pass to NASCAR came with some surprises – like bumping into racing great, Jeff Burton, for some fast talk on the track.
Cramer in his element, doling out financial advice as he takes a question from the audience during a break in the taping of “The American Dream with Jim Cramer.”
Cramer talks about the sort of risks he thinks driver Brad Keselowki should take with his investments after his ride-around the track with the NASCAR up-and-comer.
Cramer with NASCAR’s bad boy, Kyle Busch on the set of “The American Dream with Jim Cramer.”
Cramer in his fire suit, ready to get behind the wheel.
Finally, Cramer gets his shot in the driver's seat! Did we mention he can’t drive stick?
Executive Producer Regina Gilgan armed and ready for action with her all-access pass to NASCAR and her trusty sharpie around her belt-loop, the true sign of a superior Executive Producer.
Cramer and two-time defending Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson run into each other on the track, and share a laugh.
Producer Justin Solomon and Production Manager Pat Bucci eye the shot while Cramer interviews Jeff Burton.
Jim and Regina rejoice that Jim lost neither his life, nor his lunch in the high-speed drive-around the track.
No, you're the best, Cramer.
Cramer: Eat my dust.
Cramer and crew head to the next shoot location.
The set of "The American Dream with Jim Cramer" about halfway through its construction process.
Director Andy Barsh saying "no, Cramer, you're the best!"
Production Coordinator Jackie Fabozzi caught in action.
Stage Manager Kyle Remaly is REALLY excited about the show.
The crew in action, and on a serious deadline, under the big top.
We're not sure if it's totally cool, or totally uncool that Executive Producer Regina Gilgan is rockin' the t-shirt to the concert.