Answers to all of your biggest NASCAR questions.
Do Drivers in NASCAR Wear Diapers? Do Drivers Use the Bathroom During Races?
NASCAR drivers do count as professional athletes. They compete in a sport requiring physical exertion and are paid for their services.
Do NASCAR drivers listen to music during races? Find out the answer here, plus what it sounds like inside a NASCAR race car.
How much money do NASCAR and F1 drivers make? Who makes the most money in these motorsports?
Do NASCAR drivers use their brakes? When? How do they slow down? Find all the answers here!
Has A NASCAR Car Ever Hit The Pit Crew? 2013 Coke Zero 400 Race at Daytona. 2016 Windows 10 400 Race at Pocono.
Leading every lap of a NASCAR race: who has done it and is it possible today?
Has a rookie ever won the Daytona 500? The answer and descriptions of Trevor Bayne's and Austin Cindric's historic Daytona 500 wins.
The process of a driver getting a NASCAR racing license. Education. Application. Becoming a Driver.
How does NASCAR betting work? What are the different types of NASCAR bets? What are the best NASCAR betting websites? Where is it legal to bet on NASCAR?
An explanation of qualifying and the charter system in NASCAR, plus specific procedures for different track types.
Find out about the salaries of F3 and DTM drivers here, with an explanation of why drivers choose lower series.
The cost of NASCAR tickets, with a breakdown of prices for various races and seating positions.
How Much Does A NASCAR Pit Crew Make? Crew Chiefs. Jackmen and Fuelers. Spotter. Tire Changers. Utility Men.
Examining the argument around NASCAR drivers lacking the skill of other athletes, with answers to how much skill it takes to drive NASCAR
What is the hardest type of auto racing for drivers? This is a hotly debated and difficult question to answer in the auto racing community.
What Is The NASCAR Wall Ride? What Is a Wall Ride in NASCAR? Has a Wall Ride Been Performed In NASCAR History? Is the Hail Melon Legal?
What Is the Pole Position in NASCAR? Why Is It Called the Pole Position in NASCAR?
What kind of fuel do NASCAR cars use? The answer plus all the information you need to know about Sunoco Green E15--The Official Fuel of NASCAR.
NASCAR driving licenses. How to get a NASCAR driving license. What are the requirements for a NASCAR driving license?
What makes NASCAR engines powerful? The answer, as well as information on the construction, tuning, and fuel of NASCAR engines.
What Makes NASCAR Engines Rev So High? Why Do NASCAR Engines Rev So High?
When Does NASCAR Season Start? The answer plus all the details on the Busch Light Clash and Daytona 500, as well as the start of the playoffs.
Which is faster, NASCAR or Formula 1 cars? Who has the faster car, NASCAR or F1? Read here to find out!
The reasons behind NASCAR drivers swerving before the race and during cautions, including tire temperature and avoiding marbles.
NASCAR racers drive counter-clockwise for a number of reasons, including tradition, safety, and the American spirit! Read on for more information on each!