the pits the pits


  • (n) any place of pain and turmoil


  1. On the way to the pits for repairs, he was rammed from behind and knocked out of the race.
  2. We've been bamboozled as long as we've been down in the pits.
  3. And when I wor 13,1 started in the pits pushing tubs.


  1. Lawhorn's Lawrence: When fathers and sons are never too old to play

    It's a high-stakes horseshoe game. This year, there will be nearly 60 men in total drawn to the pits. There will be brothers against brothers, cousins against cousins, uncles against nephews, and every combination in between. Those stakes are high enough, but there’s a pairing that takes it to an even higher level: Father versus son. By Chad Lawhorn
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Lawrence Journal-World

  2. Michigan International Speedway President Roger Curtis gives a family a day of memories

    For the past couple of years, Austin Napier and Robbie Davis have watched crews work in the pits from afar. On Friday, June 14, Tammy Davis’ grandchildren got to tour the pits for the first time, thanks to Michigan International Speedway President Roger Curtis.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Jackson Citizen Patriot

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