You lap someone in a Nascar race.
To be an official Nascar race, the drivers must complete 100 of 200 laps. Once lap 101 begins, it's an official race.
The Nascar All-Star race consists of 100 laps.50 lap segment with a mandatory 4-tire green flag pit stop at lap 25Two 20 lap segments10 minute break10 lap shootout to determine the winner
Any car that is on the same lap as and has not been passed as the race leader.
Geoff bodine 1994 Hoosier tires
43 cars in nascar running together at the end how do you determine what the average speeds are not qulifying or practice but the total lap speeds
The pace car leads the cars around the track for one lap and then a green flag is waved signifying the start of the race.
1) Endlap: this is the amount by which the photographs overlap along the strip. 2) Sidelap: is the amount of overlap across the block.
The fastest qualifying lap (in MPH) in NASCAR History took place at Talladega Superspeedway in 1987. Bill Elliott turned in a lap of 212.809 MPH to become the fastest man in NASCAR with a record that will never be broken in NASCAR.
1)To lead a lap 2) to lead the most laps 3) The closer to leading the race, the more points are gained
Not sure, but I don't think you have to worry about going a lap down in a road race, because the lap times are so much longer. You would want to use the caution laps to catch back up to the lead pack.
it depends on the race and the type of car nascar is usally split into a series or tournament which can last up to 350 laps