BRISTOL, TN - AUGUST 21: A general view of the wet track prior to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway on August 21, 2016 in Bristol, Tennessee. The race was delayed due to inclement weather on Saturday, August 20. (Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images)

This writer found the worst seat at Bristol Motor Speedway, and it is not even close

That is a terrible seat.

Grant Ramey of the Knoxville News Sentinel is already in Bristol for the battle about to take place there on Saturday between Tennessee and Virginia Tech. With so much free time on his hands he decided he would take a stroll around the massive stadium that's anticipating 150,000 or more fans.

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There's bound to be a bad seat in the house just by sheer volume and the fact that the stadium was built for NASCAR racing and not football playing. Ramey believes he found the worst seats in the house in Row 13 of the Wallace Tower section. There are about 5,000 seats there and none of them were given to Tennessee or Virginia Tech to sell.

Here's the view from those seats:

Row 13 of the Wallace Tower section of grandstands at Bristol Motor Speedway will offer the highest altitude for fans at Saturday night's Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol.

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So if you have seats there you might want to consider bringing some binoculars to see any sort of action or else you'll be asking if this was a football field for ants! However, it seems that these seats are already sold out anyway as BMS executive vice president and general manager Jerry Caldwell said last week that all grandstands seats to his knowledge are sold out. Good luck in these seats though as even the massive jumbotron looks small in this picture.