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Presidential politics comes to NASCAR again as Mitt Romney's campaign has announced he'll make an appearance at the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond. Romney's exact role in the race is yet to be determined (though it's unlikely he'll be racing for a Chase berth).
[What to watch for: Federated Auto Parts 400]
It's the latest in a long line of NASCAR-presidency connections; NASCAR is, of course, historically a home game for most Republican candidates. Romney also visited the Daytona 500 earlier this season; read on for a few photos from that day.
First, Romney met with Jimmie Johnson to discuss policy:
Next, Romney and John Cena traded takedown tips:
And finally, this awesome shot of Romney and Lenny Kravitz trying to decide whether to go handshake, fist-bump or bro-hug:
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