They do have an A1 Racing Team. But other then that No Idea.
you get a job in NASCAR by being a good racer in a different but less popular racing leauge., and maybe some NASCAR racing teams like you and want to sign you to your team.but there is 4 levels of NASCAR least popular Whelen to the Trucks to the NATIONWIDE series and then to the most popular Sprint cup Series where all the best is.but before all of this you need a racing licnese.
Nascar fans like Nascar for the same reason Football fans like Football. But I would say Nascar is more exciting than football only because its a 4 hour 200 mph thrill ride with no time outs, no room for mistakes, 3 wide racing inches away form the wall, never knowing what might happen next. So if you dont agree with this than you should be sticking to your stick and ball sports, Nascar is a real mans sport. Who else would show up 2 days before a race to have a tailgating party and sit in the sun to watch there favorite driver blow by the grandstands at blazing speeds other than a true fan of Nascar.
All the people I know, and I used to race at many tracks, and alot of motorcycle racers watch also, If people like local track racing its a good bet they like Nascar, as far as I know all Nascar drivers came from small tracks. My husband and I sponsor a short tracker and we and about 400 other short track fans travel 1&1/2 minimum to see the racing ======================= A figure quoted by racing journalist Chris Economaki puts the number at 55 million.
So you wanna join NASCAR... EXPERIENCE....EXPERIENCE.....EXPERIENCE. that's what you need. People don't just start racing in the busch series or in the nextel cup. They've been racing since they were really young. like 6 or 7. It usually starts with go carts. and then when you grow up into your teens, its usually local racing....like dirt tracks and racing modifieds.(type of car) From there if they catch the eye of car owners or if you happen to have 100 grand, you can build your own car or get signed. From modifieds to most likely trucks. or an amatuer-ish form of stock car racing. Then from there IF YOURE LUCKY you can get start racing busch. Most drivers start when they out grow diapers. So if youre 30 and thinking of NASCAR....you've missed out on 24 years of experience. HOWEVER if you happen to have SOME experience....not a little but SOME, you can join nascar by having tons of money....and obtaining a NASCAR license Is 12 years old to old to start
That is a relative question. If you are a major owne, like Rausch ,you make a big heap of money. On the other hand, if you are a privateer, like Robby Gordon, you barely make enough to keep racing. Equality does not reign in NASCAR; capitalism does. Bottom line, NASCAR is a rich man's sport and the more money you have to sink into your team the better your results and the more money you make. That does not make big team owners evil, it makes them successful. It's the American way.
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