Video: NASCAR Drivers Dance To 'It's Raining Men'

NASCAR drivers are known as being among the most fan-friendly athletes in all of sports, partially because they're willing to do whatever it takes to entertain an audience.

So when fans at a tweetup chose "It's Raining Men" for a dancing contest between Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne and Nationwide Series points leader Ricky Stenhouse Jr., both drivers agreed with only slight hesitation (OK, maybe more than slight – but they still obliged).

You really won't want to miss this. Check out the video below the jump:

Did you really just see that? Yes, you did.

And poor Bayne and Stenhouse – a country music fan who isn't big on the whole dancing thing – will probably have to hear about this for years.

But in some ways, this shows just how hard it is for drivers to get sponsorship. Even marketable, up-and-coming racers with a sense of humor like these two haven't been able to find funding for their Nationwide Series cars this season.

They even have a website – RickyVsTrevor.com – where you can watch more of their competitions. None are as memorable as this one, though.

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