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    driver gets out of his wrecked car at 2l45

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIk_SrIQxns

    Definitely padded.

    Hadn't considered that before, but some of those drivers are out on the track for 3+ hours with their car getting occasional pitstops but not the drivers!

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    I've always heard they just wet their fire suit

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbluehusky View Post
    I've always heard they just wet their fire suit
    Yep. This was in the USA Today just a few weeks ago.
    USA Today article on NASCAR and the awkward question

    I would imagine that they probably don't wear diapers due to the heat. Considering the interior of most of these cars is well above 100 degrees, wearing one would be dang uncomfortable.
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    If anything they might wear a pullup or cloth backed diaper. In that heat no plastic backed diapers.

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    May or may not be padded. Lots of racing suits have fire-resistant padding which that very well could be causing the illusion. But being on track combined with drinking lots of water to stay hydrated during that time (I know at least F1 have water drink systems in the cars, not sure about NASCAR though) it would make sense that some would have a little absorbency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudPaddedBro View Post
    Yep. This was in the USA Today just a few weeks ago.
    http://http://ftw.usatoday.com/2017/...ional-speedway

    I would imagine that they probably don't wear diapers due to the heat. Considering the interior of most of these cars is well above 100 degrees, wearing one would be dang uncomfortable.
    It is at first but you get used to it. Not so much just the diaper, but the heat in general. I live in Florida, and used to work long days in the summer heat. It took me about a year, but eventually my body didn't react to the heat with gallons of sweat. And subsequently my diaper wasn't uncomfortable either.

    It is true though, most racecar drivers do not use diapers, opting instead to sit in a dank and wet suit or even dehydrate themselves. Bladder retention is also a problem for a lot of them too.

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    While all the conversation about why a driver wouldn't be wearing makes total sense -- damn if his rear end doesn't look very much padded. I guess I could be some sort of suit underneath or whatever. But that is also exactly what my butt looks like with a diaper on it it as well...


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    I know a few race car drivers a bit, including a couple in Nascar, and basically the extreme heat of the car causes them to basically sweat so much that it is not an issue unless the driver is ill. Urine is very rarely an issue for that reason and additionally in many levels they do not have the ability to drink water during the race. Under caution in Nascar if the car is serviced they may give the driver some ice to cool down, but due to the closed face helmet and the cooling system and other considerations, it is not very practical to drink anything. The drivers fire suit includes a thick fireproof material additionally they wear special underwear (top and bottom) that is also fireproof. Also NASCAR drivers and those in other major racing series have trainers and dietitians that are in charge of making sure the driver eats and drinks appropriately and consideration is taken to ensure they do not need to visit the restroom during an event. They would not be able to wear diapers also because it would pose a fire safety hazard, also the polymers that are present in "SAP" would be ineffective due to the excessive heat (the heat inside a stockcar on a hot day can get up to 160 F), the polymers do not work properly over a certain temperature. So in short, wearing one would be pointless. In open wheel racing though where it does not get as hot it may be possible, but in NASCAR and other stockcars and similar cars it is not feasible. I don't know any drivers that do not drive stockcars though so I can't speak about that really.

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    no definite there, the suits they were can give that illusion because of insulation.

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