'GMA' Gang Gets the NASCAR Experience

The "GMA" anchors got to ride with some of NASCAR's best at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
3:00 | 11/17/12

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the four of us can be very competitive. When presented with a damage of going head-to-head in some of the fastest cars in the world, well, it was hard to say no. Even though some of us would have liked to say no. I'm not going to name any names. But her initials are bianna golodryga. We all went down to the charlotte motor speedway. And the first thing we had to do was to learn how to drive all over again. Check it out. Reporter: Nascar, where drivers race around the track in speeds of excess of 200 miles per hour. It's very exciting. And very dangerous. Simply put, the athletes in this sport are the most skilled drivers on the planet. Thank you. That is awesome. Naturally our producers thought it would be a terrific idea to put four of the lead drivers behind the wheel at the charlotte motor speedway. Welcome to the nascar racing experience. The nascar racing experience lets everyday folks experience what it es like to be a nascar driver. Our journey started in the classroo our number one priority, safety. Where we got verbal instructions. Inches off the ground at 150 miles per hour. And watched a few videos. We ended the class feeling confident, yet terrified, all at the same time. I'm really nervous. No time for nerves. You want to avoid this. The good news, we had professional drivers. Some of nascar's biggest names, joining us to act as coaches. The bad news? They went over the problems they've been having with the tires and stuff? They thought they were comedians. Tire issues? Yeah. It's a thing we had a while back. A joke, right? Next, we suited up, as the reality of what we were about to do started to set in. It feels right to me. Feels so unright to me. Show time. Almost. My fire-retardant shoes. We headed to the track with our coaches, greg biffle, and nationwide series and series champ was in my pit. My coach, joey logano, the youngest driver ever to win sprint cup rookie of the year honors. Daryl wallace jr., The newest member of the joe gibbs racing team was there to soothe my nerves. And carl edwards, there for the sprint cup championship was stuck with me. Wait until he hears I can't drive a stick shift. Like a true race, we even had a delay. We're trying to get the track dr dry so it's safe. We bonded with our drivers during the delay. We'd be passengers for the first run. I feel like bianna's nervous for me. As our coaches tried to teach us what to learn when it was our time to race. And gives us pointers. Have fun. Ron and I headed out first. While our co-anchors were back at pit road, making an ession. These two have no idea what's going on. As they say, ignorance is bliss. Are you ready? No. Talking about her kids. And she's talked about god. Before we knew it, we were off. An experience a little more intense than that mustang i drove as a . It is crazy. It is terrifying. It has to turn. Here comes what used to be ginger zee. All right. That's good. Our training done, we said good-bye to our drivers. Good luck. Thank you very much. That meant only one thing. Our turn. Yeah. This thing is just starting. A horror movie. Our turn.

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