First off, DO NOT drive out to the racetrack with an inadequate vehicle. Do not use a sedan or a low clearance vehicle or anything like that, or you'll probably get a flat tire or have other trouble. If you come in from Ubehete Crater on Racetrack Valley Road, you will see teakettle junction, which is worth a stop. If you have an old teakettle, bring it and tie it to the sign (I did). There will be three "parking lots" along The Racetrack. If you want to see the moving rocks, go all the way to the last one on the south end of the dry lake. The boulders are right up at the mountain in the southeast corner. But, also check out the Grandstand, which was pretty cool. Please don't move or take the rocks or drive on The Racetrack, which some people have and have ruined parts of it. And make sure to bring plenty of water and fill up on gas, too. Even if it's six dollars a gallon, its worth not walking twenty miles for a cell signal and waiting a week for AAA to show up. Definitely go out there, as long as you're prepared. Flat tires and even head-on collisions are common on this road.
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