What education or training do you need to become a Nascar driver?
A successful track record literally is the first and most important step in becoming a Nascar driver. Teams are always on the lookout for established drivers with consistent top 10 finishes. Sponsorship is the other huge factor.
There are no educational requirements to become a NASCAR driver. However, in order to be cleared to compete in a NASCAR sanctioned event, one must demonstrate that he or she is capable to run a safe, competent race. This is usually done by gaining at least minimal experience on comparable tracks in lower-tiered NASCAR series.
If I were a successful Scottish stock car driver how would I go about getting into American Nascar racing through an American sponsor or otherwise?
What is the best way to become a Nascar driver at the age of fifteen and have a little experience of racing?
Becoming a race car driver is no easy task. First an excellent education is required and you will need to be backed by sponsors who are willing to back you up financially as you prepare to inch you way up to the big leagues. You will have to compete and win races to be eligible to compete in NASCAR.