About 75% of the NASCAR fans are in America. NASCAR is an auto racing sport that is popular in many countries. Japan is one of the largest countries other than the United States that watches NASCAR regularly.
Yes it is. Heck, no! * The amount of fans for NASCAR are about the same for pro football. Not exactly.. Nascar has more fans than football, seeing how the people in other countries who are football fans are actually "soccer fans"
Regular followers of the NASCAR circuit number in the tens of millions, representing every state in the US and many foreign countries.
They love tailgating.
As of 2014, the professional sport that has the most female fans is NASCAR. NASCAR is a stock car racing series.
By running right.
The military. All Nascar fans are big supporters of the Military,and we love the Flyovers
Fans can contact NASCAR drivers through their respective fan clubs.
A Google search suggests there are plenty of Mormon Nascar fans, but at the present time no drivers.
Definitely yes, I don't have the figures but outside of the US Nascar is not well known, whereas Soccer/football is extremely well known and watched.
If you count television, fans in the stands, and those in the infield: NASCAR HANDS DOWN!!
NASCAR fans will watch football. Though races may interfere with football because of the time of the race and game, fans can watch both sports. It's possible to like more than one sport.
Studies show that in the United States, one in three, or 75 million people watch NASCAR. 40 percent of NASCAR fans are women
NASCAR is a very valuable sport. It provides entertainment to fans, and drivers have a job were they can race, doing something they love.
Anywhere from about 80-100 thousand fans.
The purpose of car sponsorships in NASCAR is to gain more attraction and fans. In addition, the purpose of car sponsorships in NASCAR is to gain more support for race car sports.
Well the more the fans cheer the driver the better they do. Dale Jr does good because the fans love him. It is a key to do better.
Its made up of drivers, teams, cars, fans, and sponsers.
The two sports tie in this area.
This is a good question. Many people watch football. There are more divisions. Yet, NASCAR holds 17 out of the Top 20 most popular single-day sporting events in the United States. Where the games/races interfere with each other on TV sometimes, fans have to choose. It's a hard question. You will meet some who will say NASCAR and others will say football. I don't know for sure.