Well, to start off from scratch, and to have a competive top 35 time, it takes about and initial investment of around 15-20 million, and from then on, its about 12 millions dollars a year. that's what sponsers are for. Your biggest expense is your pay roll and engines. engines can be upwards of 7-8 million a year.
From an official website:
*From the ground up, including the engine, a race-ready Nextel Cup car costs about $125,000 to buildNASCAR Jobs
When it comes to NASCAR jobs, where does all that fuel, err, money go? Msn.foxsports.com crunched the numbers for a mid-level standard two-car team. "For big name driving teams, multiply these numbers by one and a half or more":
The top speed of a NASCAR stock car will vary depending on the track. On average, speeds can top as high as 190 to 200 mph.
In NASCAR and Formula I, you don't buy them, you build them. In NASCAR it costs $1 million to 1.5 per car using $125,000 in materials and parts.
The "s" in NASCAR stands for Stock. National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing.
It's an abbreviation: National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR)
Well now thanks to the start of NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Automobile Racing) there is stock car racing in Europe too.
No it is not. A Thrust SSC car is a jet propelled car. A Nascar car is a stock car used for auto racing.
It stands for:National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing(NASCAR)
National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR)
NASCAR is an acronym for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing.
The average weight of a Nextel Cup Nascar car is approx 3,400 pounds.
NASCAR IS SPELLED National Association Stock Car Auto Racing that would be the longer way of spelling Nascar
NASCAR stands for the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing.
NASCAR means National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing.
A stock car.
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.
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) is the largest sanctioning body of stock cars in the United States.
Yes. There are several racing series that use older NASCAR race cars, so they are available for sale. They are very expensive. If what you really mean is "can I buy a NASCAR and drive it on the street," the answer is no. It would cost more to make a stock car street-legal than it would to buy a brand-new street car that your favorite driver's car is patterned after and have it decorated like a stock car at a body shop. People do that.
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