Jim Roper won the first Nascar race on June 19,
1949. It was called the Nascar Strictly Stock Series back then and
the race was held at Charlotte Speedway.
A woman has never won a race in Nascar competition.
The first Nascar race was held at Charlotte Speedway on June 19, 1949. Bob Flock won the pole and Jim Roper won the race.
No. A woman has never won a Nascar race.
On July 30, 1961, Jack Smith won the Volunteer 500, it was the first Nascar race held at Bristol International Speedway.
Kyle Petty was 25 years old when he won his first Nascar Cup Series race. It was on February 23, 1986.
Bobby Isaac won the pole position in the first Nascar race at Talladega Superspeedway in September 1969, with a speed of 196.386.
On September 25, 1949, Red Byron won the first Nascar race held at Martinsville Speedway. It was in the Strictly Stock Series.
The first Nascar "Strictly Stock" race was held on June 19, 1949 at Charlotte Speedway. The race was won by Jim Roper.
Tony Stewart won the 2009 Nascar All-Star race. His first win with Stewart-Haas Racing!
Jimmie Johnson won his first Nascar Cup Series race in his 13th career start.
In 2005, the Nascar Nationwide Series was known as the Nascar Busch Series. Mark Martin won the first Fontana race on February 26th. On September 3rd, Carl Edwards won the second race at Fontana.
Carl Edwards won the 2011 Nascar All-Star race.
Dale Sr. won his first Nascar Winston Cup race on April 1, 1979 at Bristol International Speedway. He won his first Busch Series race on February 13, 1982 at Daytona International Speedway.
On March 30, 2014, Kurt Busch won the Nascar Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway. The Cup race was then followed by the Nascar Truck Series race, which was won by Matt Crafton.