A lot, I know it takes about $250,000 just to get a car ready for the Daytona 500, and bring them down, etc. but the costs are pretty similar to all the tracks they get ready for, that's why NASCAR is going with the COT, not as cost effective as the old car, with the Holman-Moody template, and besides the COT can be adjusted and be ready to go quickly to drive the same car, for multiple races.
It depends, but usually a few million.
A Nascar race car has 850 Horsepower(HP) @ 9,000 RPM.
None of it. NASCAR sponsors don't make cars.
About 11 gallons
You could race your own car if you were rich enough.
No, there has never been an instance where a car was struck by lightning during a NASCAR race.
Depending on the track a NASCAR driver can win up to $350,000 per race if he wins the race. Jeff Gordon placed 32nd this year and still received $10000,
The pit crew does not build engines. The teams engine department does this. The pit crew services the car during a race by fueling, changing tires and fixing the car so it can return to the race if the car gets damaged.
To race in NASCAR you need a car helmet roll cage race suit pads body gear
A Nascar race car has two doors, but they do not open. The driver must get into the car through the window and then put up a window net, being there is no glass.
In Nascar it would be Richard Petty with 200 wins.
Racing fuel, Goodyear tires, everything on a Nascar car basically.
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.
Race car driving can be easy to get into, but to be promoted to racing in NASCAR, you have to work hard at it.
The amount of money to sponsor a NASCAR race car can vary by the driver. Some only cost $25,000 per race while others can be up to $1 million per race.
3400 lbs. with the driver in it
Temperatures often exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit in a Nascar race car, sometimes between 120-140. It can be as high as "170" degrees by the floorboards.
It costs approximate $200,000 (minimum) to race a NASCAR Sprint Cup car in ONE RACE.