Yes, but the amount the owner gets depends on the driver and the race - because all NASCAR teams are owned by different people, there's no standard deal for any of them.
First thing to understand is the winnings, although credited to, are not the drivers winnings it's the car owners. The car owner and driver have a contract and what the driver is paid is based on that contract. The pit crew will often have part of their pay based on the finishing position of the car. It would be like a bonus, the better the driver and car finish the more money the crew can make.
A Nascar owner can have a maximum of four teams. Each team has one driver.
When a fine is given out, it is directly to the driver or owner. And by NASCAR rules whoever the fine is to must pay the fine.
If you mean money made from their contract, Car owner, Nascar, Sponsors, Bonuses and winnings, it would be Jeff Gordon. This does not include Commercials, personal appearances or merchandising.
The drivers job is to compete in a series for the main organization, which is Nascar. The company is owned by the France family. Brian France is the CEO and Chairman of Nascar. Each driver has a team owner, who is the boss of the team. Just like in any other job, the drivers have an employer/employee relationship.
Driver salaries are secret and is between them and the car owner. Drivers also get money for endorsement's. I don't know if the owner gets any of that money or not. Sponsors pay an average of twenty million dollars to put their name on a car. This goes to the owner to run the team. Don't forget that Nascar fans are very brand loyal, and Nascar, owners and drivers get a piece of total endorsement sales. This explains why a Nascar sweatshirt can cost 65 dollars.
A NASCAR driver is paid by his or her team owner, as a salary or whatever deal they agree to. Earnings are entirely different, as they includes a driver's winnings, appearances, product endorsements, souvenir sales and possible sponsor payments. I think the highest paid NASCAR driver today is Jeff Gordon.
John Holman - NASCAR owner - died in 1975.
John Holman - NASCAR owner - was born in 1918.
Bud Moore - NASCAR owner - was born in 1925.
In Nascar, an owner is allowed to have a maximum of four cars (teams).
The owner of the race team.