What is nascar racing?

Answer NASCAR racing refers to auto races sponsored by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc. NASCAR races involve stock cars racing on a track.Stock CarsOriginally, stock cars were ever... Read More »

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In nascar racing what does jegs stand for?

In NASCAR, JEGS refers to a company that manufactures and sells performance auto parts, which with many of the teams in the NASCAR are affiliated. The company was founded in 1960 and is named after... Read More »

What does blue flag with yellow stripe mean in nascar racing?

The blue flag with a yellow stripe in NASCAR racing lets a driver know that a car may be trying to pass. Slower cars don't have to move over for the leader of the race; this flag just means that a ... Read More »

Which is faster: Indy car racing or NASCAR?

Indianapolis 500 champion Arie Luyendyk established the fastest lap with a qualifying speed of 237.498 mph in 1996. Bill Elliott established a NASCAR speed record of 212.809 mph in qualifying for t... Read More »

What is the weight of a nascar car?

The maximum weight for cars is 3,400 pounds, according to the official websites of NASCAR and driver Joey Logano's Home Depot Racing team. This includes a 200-pound weight allowance for the drivers... Read More »