The race now known as the Coke Zero 400 had back to back winners 5 times in its history. Fireball Roberts won the (Firecracker 250 & 400- 1962 & 1963), A.J. Foyt (Firecracker 400- 1964 & 1965), Cale Yarborough (Firecracker 400-1967 & 1968), David Pearson (Firecracker 400- 1972, 1973 & 1974) and Tony Stewart (Pepsi 400- 2005 & 2006). This race became known as the Coke Zero 400 in 2008.
Fireball Roberts (1962-1963) Firecracker 250 & Firecracker 400A.J. Foyt (1964-1965) Firecracker 400Cale Yarborough (1967-1968) Firecracker 400David Pearson (1972-1974) Firecracker 400Tony Stewart (2005-2006) Pepsi 400
Well if you look on the back of the can it will tell you the calories and what it has inside it but its definitely coke zero because not only has it got zero calories it has zero caffeine and sodium
There are absolutely no calories in coke zero if your so interested look on the back of the soda bottle and you will see the nutrition facts and if you look were it says calories it says the percentage.
not this year.
"Back When" by Tim McGraw
Since Nascar has fielded 43 cars in a race, 43rd position is the furthest back a winner has come from.
the 12oz coke cost about 5 cents.
they never go back to zero they only go back to zero if you delete your account
yes. on the flap that you push the tab and pull back.
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.