A NASCAR pit crew has six positions, including rear and front tire carriers, rear and front tire changers, jack man, and gas man. NASCAR occasionally allows an extra person who must stay behind the wall but can lean over... More »

According to PilotOnline.com, a two-year contract with a base salary of approximately $110,473 is not unheard of for a pit crew member. Extras, such as a share of prize money and a company car, might also be included. More »

A NASCAR mechanic makes between $45,000 and $65,000 per year at an entry-level position, as of 2014. With more experience, engineers and shock technicians make near $100,000 annually. Mechanics who double as pit crew mem... More »

A NASCAR pit pass is an official document that allows race attendants direct access to the infield. It only provides pit access during the specific times and dates listed on the pass itself. More »

Find starting positions for NASCAR races at FantasyRacingCheatSheet.com as of 2015. This website organizes the starting positions of all active drivers by track. It also displays the overall average starting position for... More »

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NASCAR qualifying is the process that determines the placement of cars in the starting grid. Forty-three Sprint Cup Series drivers race over one to three rounds to set the starting order. The starting grid is set in grou... More »

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Nascar.com is the official site of NASCAR and has a page for full results from the previous season to find out who won each race. The site also has a page with schedules for the upcoming season, and race results are adde... More »

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