Frequent question: How do I file a complaint against Nascar?

Dial 1-800-630-0535 if you live in the United States. The number is toll-free in the United States, but not elsewhere.

How do I email NASCAR president?

Email: For questions or comments about NASCAR, motorsports in general, or racing fandom, you can contact the organization at

How do you ask a question in NASCAR?

Do you have a question? Fans submit your questions each week to Responses will be reported generally once a week during the NASCAR season (Usually on Thursdays) Please submit your questions to the above email address.

Is contact illegal in NASCAR?

In general, car to car contact is fairly typical in Nascar, whereas it is heavily frowned upon in other series such as F1, IMSA or Indycar, and any contact is usually reviewed and penalties are issued during a race.

Can you ram in NASCAR?

NASCAR drivers can bump each other, even to the point of spinning out without a penalty. They cannot “intentionally” wreck another driver, during the race or during a caution, and the penalties are given out on a situational basis.

What is NASCAR’s address?

Nascar Inc 1 Daytona Blvd Daytona Beach, FL Automobile Dealers Performance & Race – MapQuest.

How much is a NASCAR license?

For events that are noted as NASCAR sanctioned races, you must have a NASCAR license to race. The cost is $110 for all classes except late models which are $205. These licenses provide you $1 million of insurance coverage at NASCAR sanctioned events and the license is valid at all NASCAR race tracks.

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Who is running NASCAR?

The company is headquartered in Daytona Beach, Florida. Each year, NASCAR sanctions over 1,500 races at over 100 tracks in 48 US states as well as in Canada, Mexico, and Europe.


Headquarters Daytona Beach, Florida, U.S. (main) Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.
President Steve Phelps
Chairman Jim France
Official website

How do NASCAR drivers not crash?

No. They try to maneuver so as to avoid a crash. If they can’t do so, they normally fold their arms across their chest to keep from spraining or breaking their hand or wrist on the steering wheel. Otherwise, they commonly brake, which is a bit like bracing the leg against the floorboard, but that is dangerous, too.

What are the new rules for NASCAR?

Additionally, there’s a few rule changes for the 2021 season: -Teams are restricted to 150 restricted computational fluid dynamics runs per calendar month. –Teams must compete in a minimum of 16 points events with a short block sealed engine. Previously, teams were required to use the sealed engine in 13 events.

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