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How Did Dale Earnhardt Change Race Car Driving?

How Did Dale Earnhardt Change Race Car Driving?

Dale Earnhardt was one of the most prolific racers that have ever existed for NASCAR. Not only did he get his son involved in racing himself, but Dale Earnhardt and Dale Earnhardt Jr. were also both competing in NASCAR races at the same time. In 2001, Earnhardt Sr....

How has NASCAR Improved Safety Measures for Drivers?

How has NASCAR Improved Safety Measures for Drivers?

Most sports have some risk of injury associated with it, but race car driving has several. Aside from the risk of crashing, there are also risks of fires and the potential for injury from flying debris on the track. NASCAR recognizes these risks and has made several...

A Deeper Look Into the Significance of NASCAR Pit Crews

A Deeper Look Into the Significance of NASCAR Pit Crews

No doubt about it. A NASCAR race is a competition and in a competition the best wins. This holds not only for the driver but for the pit crew, as well. A pit crew can either win or lose the race. Never downplay the significance of the NASCAR pit crew. Speed The...

How Has NASCAR Adjusted To The Coronavirus Pandemic?

How Has NASCAR Adjusted To The Coronavirus Pandemic?

The coronavirus pandemic has completely changed the sports world. One of the few major organizations that has managed to continue their season is NASCAR. While other sports are still trying to figure out how to safely hold events, NASCAR has been running races since...

NASCAR Drivers To Watch In 2020

NASCAR Drivers To Watch In 2020

If you are a fan of NASCAR, you probably know that the tracks were completely dominated by the "Big 3". The "Big 3" - consisting of Tyler Reddick, Christopher Bell, and Cole Custer - have a combined 21 wins out of 33 races. Now that they are done and are promoted to...

How Is NASCAR Using E-Race Car Driving?

How Is NASCAR Using E-Race Car Driving?

On a worldwide scale, coronavirus has brought all sports to a grinding halt. With that said, as that happened, some companies like Nascar, Fox Sports, and iRacing discovered an opportunity in the new setup. iRacing, an online motorsports simulation platform, first...

What Are The Biggest NASCAR Events?

What Are The Biggest NASCAR Events?

A typical NASCAR season consists of 36 separate races. These races are held every weekend starting in February and ending in November. The long season requires the drivers to stay poised and focused if they want a shot at winning a championship. While every NASCAR...

The Most Popular Race Cars In NASCAR

The Most Popular Race Cars In NASCAR

Since the first NASCAR race at Daytona International Speedway in 1948, a vast selection of common cars played a major role in helping drivers achieve fame and fortune. The parade of NASCAR vehicles has ranged from automobiles driven by the average citizen to some of...

The 4 Largest Race Tracks In NASCAR

The 4 Largest Race Tracks In NASCAR

NASCAR is the most popular form of auto racing in the United States. One of the most exciting things about watching NASCAR on a regular basis is seeing the drivers compete on completely different tracks. Every track has its own unique character that requires a...

How Does The NASCAR Season Work?

How Does The NASCAR Season Work?

Each year, countless Americans around the country look forward to watching NASCAR racing events. As cars continue to get faster, and drivers become more skilled, so will the impact that NASCAR has in the sports world. To get a better understanding of NASCAR and how it...