NASCAR – America’s most prestigious race – is the place to bring fame, status and money to racers from all over the world. NASCAR (American Commercial Racing Association) is the most prestigious race in America.
At the same time it is also the most dangerous race. Therefore, the amount of money the champions earn can reach millions of dollars.
This race is second only to the sport “king” of the US – rugby – in terms of attracting audiences and media. Each year, NASCAR welcomes a record number of audiences from all over the world to be immersed in the passionate atmosphere.
It originated as just the entertainment movement of Southeast America. NASCAR has gradually grown to become an important professional sports event.
Each season that takes place is broadcast live on television. However, it was not until 1996-1998 that this prestigious race was expanded to Japan and Australia. Now NASCAR offices appearing in many major cities such as Charlotte, Mooresville, Concord, Conover, New York. , Los Angeles.
NASCAR tournament usually takes place in a large stadium, the track surrounding the field is like a football stadium but wider and longer. Each race is sometimes longer than 4 kilometers.
The riders will have to quickly pass 3 rounds of the track and the fastest achievement is chosen. Any accident happened, there is a safety vehicle to support.
Any racing car with a problem can immediately return to the pit to repair even if the pit lane has not been opened. If there is an accident on the track, other drivers can rush to the pit to escape.
They’ll have to follow each other out of the pit lane. There are two specialties in NASCAR. If it rains the race will have to stop. And the driver can set up his own racing team or one team member can join another team.