The best place you can find a good selection of Nascar diecast cars is on the official nascar store. You can go on google and type in "nascar store diecast" and click the first link. Another place would be EBay.
The first NASCAR rookie of the year was Blackie Pitt.
The first Nascar trophy was awarded to Red Byron. He won the 1949 Nascar Strictly Stock Series championship.
You can find more information on the NASCAR mechanic school at the NASCAR Technical Institute. The website for the NASCAR Technical Institute has a lot of great information, http://www.uti.edu/programs/NASCAR.
No, that title goes to Soccer.
The first Nascar race was held on June 19, 1949 at Charlotte Speedway.
The first known telecast of Nascar was in 1960 and it was the Daytona 500 race.
Wendell Scott was the first African American Nascar driver.
Allen Heath of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan was the first Canadian Nascar driver.
When you qualify in the first position for a NASCAR race.
I'm not sure, since this question can not be answered, since the first Nascar race featured multiple drivers. Red Byron was Nascar's first champion. Some people may say Lloyd Seay was the first Nascar driver, but he died two years earlier, before the birth of Nascar at Daytona.
The best place to find information on the current Nascar racing schedule would be to check the Nascar official website. This is where you would find the most up-to-date information.
Yes, he was. Ralph Earnhardt's first Nascar race was on November 11, 1956.
Bill France Sr and a group of local track owners first conceived NASCAR in 1948, but the first NASCAR race wasn't until 1949.
February 15, 1948 was the first organized race sanctioned by Nascar - held right on Datona Beach, The first actual nascar race was held in April of that year. Later the Nascar corp. was created in Daytona Florida.
Roger Penske's Nascar debut was in 1972.
He won three NASCAR championships and the first Daytona 500.
Bill France Sr. and Junior Johnson started Nascar .
There was no champion in 1948. The first Nascar championship was awarded in 1949.
NASCAR means National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing.
The first NASCAR "Strictly Stock" race ever held was at Charlotte Speedway on June 19, 1949.
NASCAR driver Bill Elliott's first wife was Martha Elliott.
It was founded in 1948.
First driver to die of injuries in a NASCAR race. On July 25, 1948, Slick Davis lost life in a NASCAR race at Greensboro, NC. He was the first but not the last to die in competition.
Jim Roper won the first Nascar race on June 19, 1949. It was called the Nascar Strictly Stock Series back then and the race was held at Charlotte Speedway.