When many people think of going to the Michigan International Speedway to catch a race, they think of watching it from the grandstands. But there's also a place where thousands congregate. And it's called the "jungle."
Nascar fan, Adam Schang loves the area. "The atmosphere around here is great. I like meeting new people all the time. You can't beat it. You can move around down here. You don't have to be cramped in the grandstands. It's a lot better."
The "jungle" is located in the infield of the track. It has 2,500 spots open for buses, trailers, tents and campers to park.
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