Dale Sr. drove the 3, 7, 8, 15, and 45 cars in the Busch Series.
Danica Patrick drives full-time in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series for Stewart-Haas Racing. She also drives a limited schedule in the Nationwide Series for Turner Scott Motorsports.
Talladega is the biggest track in the nascar circuit measuring in at 2.66 miles in distance.
Yes. Danica Patrick drives the #10 GoDaddy.com Chevy full-time in the Sprint Cup Series for Stewart-Haas Racing.
She also drives the #34 GoDaddy.com Chevy for Turner Scott Motorsports in the Nascar Nationwide Series.
The amount of money Joey Logano makes in one year depends on his race history. The ongoing income ranges from three million to about ten million a year. A hefty income.
Dump cans (so called because they're used to dump fuel into a race car - they pour twelve gallons of gas into a race car in about ten seconds) are made from aluminum.
The following are Kevin Harvick's first wins in Nascar's top three series:
Mark Martin won 35 Nascar Cup Series races when he drove for Roush Racing.
Also, while driving for Jack Roush, Martin won 40 Nascar Nationwide Series races and 7 Truck Series races.
In the Nascar Sprint Cup Series, Dale Jr. drives the #88 car with the National Guard and Diet Mountain Dew as his primary sponsors.
In the Natiionwide Series, he is the co-owner of JR Motorsports, which fields three cars, the #5, #7 and the #88.
Martin Truex Jr. drives the #56 car in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
That would be 60 Cups won, starting with Red Byron in 1949 and ending with Jimmy Johnson winning the most recent in 2008, though many drivers have won multiple titles. Of the 60 seasons NASCAR has run, 28 different drivers have won at least one Cup.
Jeff Gordon competed in 73 Busch Series races, winning five. It is now known as the Nationwide Series.
If you mean personal vehicle then without question Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr. drive Chevrolets.
The drivers race cars include the Chevrolet Impala, Ford Fusion, Dodge Charger and Toyota Camry.
When Dale Jr. won the 1998 and 1999 Busch Series championships he drove the #3 car. He drove the #31 prior to that. Since then, he has driven multiple car numbers which include the 3, 5, 8, 81, 83 and 88 cars in the Busch Series (now known as the Nationwide Series).
NASCAR Sprint Cup Toyota Camry's use a Toyota designed 358ci OHV V8 engine. The design uses some features of other V8's in the series, most notably the high cam position in the block is similar to the Dodge V8, while the front mounted distributor and oil pump location mimics the Ford V8, while cylinder head and bore spacing resemble the Chevy V8. This engine is used only for NASCAR and not based on any Toyota production engine.
Tayler Malsam drove the #10 car in eleven races, Jason Leffler for seven races and Scott Wimmer has also driven the #10 car in the Nationwide Series in 2010.
Dale won 21 Busch Series races between 1982 and 1994 including consecutive wins from 1989 to 1994 at Daytona in the February race. He won a lot of races before 1982 when the series was known as the Grand National Series.
The cars are always re-used, if possible. Say, for instance, Daytona 500. That winning car has to go right into the museum at Daytona speedway. Or, if it gets destroyed beyond repair, it may end up on the tour circuit. At the Local Chevy dealer we used to get Kevin Harvick's car for a weekend, once in a while, to pull in traffic. I usually had to get the damn thing started, and running, to get in in, and out of the trailer. Those were usually cars that were raced, bent up, and used for advertising. The motors are rarely re-used, without at least being gone through completely.
In his Nascar career, Bobby Labonte has won 21 Cup Series races, 10 Nationwide Series races and 1 Truck Series race.
Kurt Busch currently drives for Phoenix Racing in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. He also drives part-time in the Nationwide Series for Phoenix Racing and Kyle Busch Motorsports.
Kevin Harvick has never won a Nascar Cup Series championship. He did win the 2001 and 2006 Busch Series championships (now known as the Nationwide Series).
Ironically enough...3. He won the Daytona 500 in 1998 and the Pepsi 400 in 1990 and 1993.
While the above information is true in terms of points races in Sprint Cup, Dale Sr. actually won a total of 34 races at Daytona if you include Nationwide Series wins, Gatorade Duel Wins, Budweiser Shootouts, and IROC races.
3 as of 2010.
Road America, in Wisconsin, Watkins Glen in New York, and Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal.