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NASCAR's David Ragan Visits CSX, Trades Racecar for Locomotive


NASCAR driver David Ragan traded his car for a locomotive this Tuesday at the Moncrief Train Yard in Jacksonville, Florida. Also on hand was his No. 34 racecar, which featured a CSX paint scheme that will be on display at this weekend's Sprint Cup race in Richmond, Virginia. After a visit to the company's headquarters for photos and autographs with fans, Ragan took the engineer's seat of a state-of-the-art locomotive to learn more about rail safety and operations.

Ragan's trip was in support of CSX's Play It Safe campaign, which encourages cautious thinking around railroad tracks. "It can take the average freight train traveling at 55 mph up to a mile to stop," Ragan said. "To put the problem in perspective, every three hours, a person or vehicle is hit by a train."

To raise awareness of this danger, Ragan invited all NASCAR fans in Richmond to sign the hood of his car on April 26. Each signature serves as a promise to exercise safety around railways. The No. 34 Ford will also feature the "I Brake For Trains" bumper sticker and other Play It Safe messaging when it debuts in the Toyota Owners 400 race on April 27.

On social media, Ragan uses #PlayItSafe to promote the cause and asks his fans to do the same. For more information on the campaign and to find out how else you can help spread the word, visit http://www.beyondourrails.org/index.cfm/safety/play/.

Published: April 24, 2013