At the start of the video, Zuckerberg explained: 'The reason why we're here is I've been going around on a year of travel, and going around to each of the different states in the country and trying to learn more about community.'And you know, NASCAR and driving, sports in general are, you know, form the basis of a lot of communities.'You know, you think about not only the community of drivers and the families around them, but NASCAR, you know, it's probably the biggest sport in the country that I think people go to and attend live.'Before getting in the car, Zuckerberg confessed: 'He has promised that he's going to take me out for a few laps, which I have to admit I'm a little terrified about.'But you've promised me that you're gonna keep me safe out there, and that you're just gonna help me feel the grip of the tires.'After getting set up, Zuckerberg commented: 'So we're gonna start slow and ease our way into it here.''Yeah, we should,' Earnhart said, before soon racing along. ' Zuckerberg commented during their noisy trip.'Alright we are a little close to the wall,' he soon added.
The Facebook CEO shared a picture of his wardrobe and the two types of t-shirts he wears every day this week as he returned to work following his paternity leave.After it was over, Earnhardt asked 'Did you enjoy it? 'Earnhardt said: 'Not really, we were actually going pretty good, but obviously this car is not race ready, but we definitely got up to good speed there.'According to WCNC, the duo averaged 170 miles per hour.Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has opened up about the controversial Messenger app, how Hollywood has hurt him and why he wears the same T-shirt every day, in his first-ever Q&A session.He said: "I really want to clear my life so that I have to make as few decisions as possible about anything except how to best serve this community."I feel like I'm not doing my job if I spend any of my energy on things that are silly or frivolous about my life, so that way I can dedicate all of my energy towards just building the best products and services," he added.Zuckerberg noted Apple founder Steve Jobs used to wear the same clothes too- mostly jeans and a black turtleneck shirt.