There are 43 cars that start each Nascar Sprint Cup Series race.
43 cars race in each Nascar Sprint Cup race. The numbers change on how many enter.
The Nascar Cup Series fields 43 drivers at every race they go to on the schedule.
All race cars in the top 3 nascar touring series have 4 speed transmissions.
43 cars start the race for a NASCAR event.
In a Nascar Cup and Nationwide Series race there are 43 drivers. In a Nascar Truck Series race there are 36 starting drivers.
No, they do not. Manual transmissions are used in Nascar race cars.
43 drivers are in one Nascar Sprint Cup Series race.
In 2011, Danica Patrick started 12 Nascar Nationwide Series races. She did not race in the Nascar Cup Series.
There are 43 drivers that start a Nascar Cup Series race.
No. Nascar primarily sanctions races in the United States and Canada. They have held exhibition races in Japan and Australia. Prior to 2009, the Nascar Nationwide Series had one race in Mexico City, Mexico.
The minimum age to race in the NASCAR Camping World Series (East and West) and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour (North and South) is 16. Otherwise, you have to be 18 to race in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
No. There are currently no cigarette manufacturers sponsoring Nascar race cars. Following the 2003 season, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company dropped their series sponsorship with Nascar.
Because they are "stock cars" and NASCAR wants their race cars to look something like what you buy at the dealer.
Currently, there are 23 race tracks in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
Hendrick Motorsports fields four race cars in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.#48 - Jimmie Johnson#24 - Jeff Gordon#88 - Dale Earnhardt Jr.#5 - Kasey Kahne
at the begining of the race, 43.
No, she did not race in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. She raced in the IndyCar Series. She moved to Nascar in 2012.
In the Nascar Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series, 43 drivers compete in each race. In the Nascar Camping World Truck Series there are 36 drivers.
He drove sprint cars before NASCAR. I think he did so well with sprint cars, someone noticed him and offered a job to race stock in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (then it was called the Busch Series) and moved up to Sprint Cup.
It seems highly unlikely that Nascar will ever race strictly stock cars again.
Their are several cars that don't qualify for a race because they where to slow. Only 43 race cars can be allowed to race so its not over crowded on the race track.