How many miles per hour was the fastest qualifying lap in nascar history?

Answer Bill Elliott drove at 212.809 miles per hour to set NASCAR's record for fastest qualifying lap. He achieved this in 1987 when qualifying for the Winston 500 at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabam... Read More »

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What is the fastest qualifying lap ever recorded in NASCAR history?

Bill Elliott’s 1987 speed of 212.809 mph stands as the fastest qualifying lap in NASCAR history. The record was set at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. Since then, NASCAR has initiated speed r... Read More »

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