During his appearance at LA’s legendary Pink’s Hot Dogs on Wednesday, Daytona 500 winner Matt Kenseth quickly transformed from champion NASCAR driver to hot dog chef extraordinaire, as Kenseth and Auto Club Speedway president Gillian Zucker donned aprons and got to work behind the counter.
Initially, Kenseth let Zucker get the culinary process going, as he appeared to be taken aback by the intricacies of hot dog preparation. After coming to terms with the wiener making procedure, Kenseth and Zucker began constructing the race car driver’s custom designed dog, which included guacamole, mustard, ketchup, jalapenos and onions.
Regarding the choice of ingredients in the meal, Zucker took sarcastic issue with Kenseth, a Wisconsin native, for not adding any cheese to the above list of toppings.
The pair each took a bite of the dog, followed by a high five celebrating the fruits of their labor.
Above is iFolloSports.com original video of the entire sequence.
Kenseth’s triumphant arrival at Pink’s can also be seen per this iFolloSports.com story and accompanying video.