How do you send a message to Nascar?
For general comments, suggestions, and inquiries about the NASCAR.com website, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com).
How do you ask a question in Nascar?
Do you have a question? Fans submit your questions each week to NASCARmailbag@motorsport.com. 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 allowed in Nascar?
Can NASCAR Cars Hit Each Other? They sure can. They can’t bump each other to intentionally cause a wreck, but they are allowed to make contact with other cars. NASCAR cars are designed to take a large beating, and many drivers don’t consider it a real race if their car doesn’t have someone else’s paint on it.
Where is the NASCAR headquarters located?
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.
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.|
Can you hit other cars in NASCAR?
Technically, they are not allowed to “Hit” each other intentionally with the purpose of taking the other car out, but in Nascar, “Rubbin’ is racing”, which makes that series one of the few that it’s not uncommon to get a little physical when racing for position. The cars are constructed to take quite a bit of abuse.
Do NASCAR drivers listen to music?
NASCAR drivers do not listen to music while they’re driving in a race. Even though a race takes 3 hours, they are fully focused, listening to their crew through a radio in their helmet and the sounds of the car and other cars around them. When racing at 200 mph, music would be too distracting.
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.