You wouldn't know it given the bulky helmets but some of the top drivers in NASCAR are very good looking.
ET hit the race track to talk to the next generation of drivers and find out why more and more women -- 30 million of them! -- say they’re NASCAR fans.
So without further ado, here are 5 of the young hunks racing in NASCAR's national series!
Ty Dillon, 23
Racing is part of his family genes. His brother Austin and dad Mike are also drivers, and he is the grandson of Hall of Fame team owner Richard Childress.
"My grandfather owns a race team, and my dad raced, and my mom's been around it. But uh, I think the first time she really saw myself and my brother driving a big car she had a meltdown," Ty said.
Ryan Blaney, 21
Ryan also has racing in his DNA -- he is the son of NASCAR driver Dave Blaney.
Darrell "Bubba" Wallace, 21
Bubba started driving at the age of nine. In 2008, at the age of 14, he was the youngest driver to ever win at Franklin County Speedway in Virginia.
Dylan Kwasniewski, 19
Kwasniewski began his career by driving go-karts at the age of four.
Erik Jones, 18
Jones began racing at the age of seven. In 2010, he became the youngest winner of the Oktoberfest race at LacCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway.
Check out the video above to see these guys in action!