Norm Benning has been competing in NASCAR since 1989 and is the oldest drive who is currently still active in the sport as of 2021. He previously raced in the NASCAR Busch Series and Winston Cup Series and is now competing in the Camping World Truck Series.
Is there an age limit for NASCAR drivers?
To compete full-time in any of NASCAR’s top three series – Cup, Xfinity or Trucks – a driver must be 18 years old, regardless of what they have accomplished. Only in Trucks can drivers compete as young as 16, but that is only on tracks 1.25 miles or less in length and on road courses.
Who was the greatest Nascar driver of all time?
NASCAR Power Rankings of Cup drivers of all time
- Jimmie Johnson — As time passes, his accomplishments will be further revered. …
- Richard Petty — He went from seven-time champion to cultural icon. …
- Dale Earnhardt — The seven-time champion was particularly dominant from 1986-91.
How much do Nascar drivers make?
The salaries of Nascar Drivers in the US range from $21,364 to $577,997 , with a median salary of $103,858 . The middle 57% of Nascar Drivers makes between $103,862 and $260,376, with the top 86% making $577,997.
How much does the winner of a NASCAR race make?
Through the purse split, the winner, on average, takes home $47,500 a race while the loser makes close to $8,500. Kyle Busch became the highest-paid NASCAR driver when he won the 2019 Cup Series.