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In general, the top speed for most NASCAR cars is around 200 miles per hour. In April 2014, five NASCAR Sprint Cup teams achieved speeds over 217 miles per hour during Goodyear's tire testing event at Michigan International Speedway.


The top speed for most NASCAR cars is about 200 mph. NASCAR frequently tweaks the rules and regulations to adjust to the current conditions, which make the top speeds attained in each race slightly different. In January 2013, the fastest car at Daytona Beach reached over 206 mph.


NASCAR stands for the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, which is the primary authority for stock car racing in the United States. NASCAR was founded by a gas station owner and stock car racer named William H.G. France.


Forty-three drivers compete to determine the starting grid in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series, Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series, as of 2015. The track length determines the qualifying format.


Drivers and track owners met in December 1947 to discuss standards for auto racing. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing was born from that meeting.


To become a NASCAR driver, first, enroll in automotive training school. Acquire a NASCAR driver's license, and field a team and a car. Get a good team for the best chance of success.


The NASCAR pace car is not permitted to travel faster than 45 miles per hour. The car is capable of accelerating up to 152 miles per hour or more, but it is against the rules to reach this speed.


NASCAR is a sport that involves drivers using a high level of fitness, and the participants are also competing with other opponents. Drivers must use athletic features, such as hand-eye coordination and reaction movements, in order to gain an advantage. Endurance is also tested while driving many la


"Heatwave Racing," "Red Bull Kart Fighter," "X Speed Race Shift" and "Thunder Cars" are some of many Nascar games available online. These games and more can be found at Nascarracinggames.com. Other Nascar games can be found at Ballerarcade.com and Flashracegames.com.


As of 2014, Richard Petty has the most all-time Nascar wins above second-place David Pearson and third-place Jeff Gordon, according to CBS Sports. Petty and Pearson have long since retired, but, as of 2014, Gordon is still an active driver.