Nick Bostic, the heroic pizza delivery guy who saved 5 kids from a burning house, is getting some serious recognition for his life-saving actions … and it might make his NASCAR dreams come true.
Nick tells us honchos at NASCAR reached out to him and invited him to be a special guest at Sunday’s race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
It sounds like Nick will be in for a bunch of surprises when he’s a VIP at the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard, he’s not sure what’s in store, but he’s hoping to get behind the wheel of a race car.
Nick says it’s always been his dream to be a NASCAR driver, he sounds confident he might blow his hosts away with his racing talent, if he’s given the chance to show what he can do.
Remember … Nick was driving through Lafayette, Indiana back on July 11 when he spotted a house engulfed in flames with no firetrucks or other emergency vehicles in sight.
Nick acted quickly, rushing into the home and leading 4 children safety before realizing there was a 6-year-old girl trapped still inside. He found her and jumped from a second-story window with her in his arms, using his body to cushion the fall and saving her life.
It’s good to see Nick getting the recognition he deserves … and it sounds like his recovery is going well.
One things for certain, Nick would have the best backstory in NASCAR if he ever becomes a driver.