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See NASCAR's Top Drivers Take Foreign Road Sign Test

Nov. 18 2017, Published 8:22 p.m. ET

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NASCAR hunks Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, and Martin Truex Jr. have roared to the top in racing -- but what do they really know about road signs?

That was the mystery when RadarOnline.com put these warriors of the track to the test as they prepared for The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship.

Keselowski admitted he didn't know road signs very well, but Busch, who married in 2011, seemed a little more confident.

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Busch guessed about a sign that showed a fallen person, "I've fallen and I can't reach my beer, so watch out for the guys crawling across the street 'cause they've dropped their beer."

Actually, the sign, from Rumania, was a lot less complex, meaning, "beware of drunken pedestrians."

Hilariously, Truex asked of a road sign seeming to show a lady of the evening in the road, "Look out for the Kardashian crossing the street?"

All jokes aside, the sign, from Italy, actually meant "beware of prostitutes"!

Watch the video for more, and be sure to tune in to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship, airing this Sunday at 3:00 PM ET on NBC. Tickets are available at NASCAR.com/tickets.

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