NASCAR continues to step up its relief efforts for Haiti, donating everything from t-shirts to airplane usage. And while the point of charity isn't usually for the giver to get something out of the deal, there's nonetheless an opportunity for you to get your hands on some cool NASCAR swag and donate coin to Haiti relief at the same time.
Over at NASCAR.com, the NASCAR Foundation is hosting a rolling series of auctions for you to check out, ranging from an All-Star Race street banner signed by Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Tony Stewart (only about $150 as of Friday morning) to a lap at Daytona with Matt Kenseth ($530, which seems steep for one lap; maybe you can talk him into bumping someone along the way).
New on the block are a dozen Jamie McMurray firesuits and jackets from various series. They range in price from $75 for a Grand Am Rolex Series suit up to $750 for a Texaco/Havoline Nationwide suit, and everywhere in between. The Irwin Tools model -- perhaps even that one at right -- is going for $350 right now.
Now, I would not advocate buying one of these suits, sneaking into the garage area at a race, and trying to pass yourself off as a driver. Not at all. Should you do so, however, we'd like to get the first interview with you from race track prison.