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What education or training do you need to become a Nascar driver?


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2010-05-15 06:58:09
2010-05-15 06:58:09

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.


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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.

You do not need formal education to become a NASCAR racer. You need to make connections with others at NASCAR and acquire business sponsorships to become a NASCAR driver.

You have to go through training and go in a lineup and the driver picks you to be his crew member.

Tia Norfleet became a Licensed NASCAR driver in 2010.

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firstly i had to be pass driving test and make a licence after iam practicing and to become

There is not a Nascar driver for Kia.

Driver education the teaching of how to drive such as symbols lights, and how to use certain parts of a car. Driver training is actually going and driving a car getting a real feel for it.

No formal education is required to be a truck driver. Specific training is needed though, and that can be obtained from a truck driving school and on-the-job training.

You dont need much education to be a Nascar driver, but it really helps in the long run. Basic thing about cars, how to drive, and how to take care of your car on track is about it.

Some don't have any and some have a lot of education. Nascar driver Ryan Newman earned a B.S. in engineering, after graduating from Purdue University.

A Nascar driver will have the best sponsor only if the driver has certain characteristics. For example, the Nascar driver will have to be charismatic and a good driver who is ranked highly.

To become a NASCAR driver, you must first drive on a local track and win their championship series. If you do, you will become eligible to join the NASCAR Touring Series which will help get you ready for a future stint with NASCAR.

Jeff Gordon is the richest Nascar driver with 100,000,000+.

Jeff Gordon is the best NASCAR driver.

Nascar driver Jimmie Johnson is 5'11".

You will most probably need to obtain a Commercial Drivers License in order to have the best opportunities.

The driver who has made the most money from NASCAR and is the richest is Jeff Gordon.

The popular Nascar driver, Jeff Gordon, is not gay.

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Kurt Busch is a former Nascar Cup Series champion and the brother of Nascar driver Kyle Busch.

The NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson is not dead. He races in the number 48 car in the NASCAR races.

Buddy Baker was the tallest driver to ever race in NASCAR at 6'6. Michael Waltrip is the tallest current driver racing in NASCAR at 6'5.

You can not become a NASCAR driver at the age of 15, NASCAR rules state that a person must be 18, as far as experience goes they would prefer you have at least a couple of years worth of racing , maybe in different racing divisons, uder your belt.

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