A Nascar owner can have a maximum of four teams. Each team has one driver.
There have been Nascar drivers that have died over the years. It is not on a yearly basis. The last Nascar Cup driver that died in an accident was Dale Earnhardt Sr. on February 18, 2001.
There are not many female drivers in Nascar right now. The most famous woman in Nascar is currently Danica Patrick. She started racing in 2005 for Nascar.
there have been 847 drivers in nascar
A Nascar owner can have up to four race teams competing in each race. Each race team will have a designated driver for that certain car number for that weekend. There are teams that use multiple drivers throughout the season. For example, Michael Waltrip Racing fields three cars, (#15 - Clint Bowyer), (#56 - Martin Truex Jr.) and (#55 - Mark Martin, Brian Vickers and Michael Waltrip).
there have been a few, but not many.
There are 43 drivers that start a Nascar Cup Series race.
Currently, there are no black drivers in any of the top three Nascar racing series.
In a Nascar Cup and Nationwide Series race there are 43 drivers. In a Nascar Truck Series race there are 36 starting drivers.
Many NASCAR drivers don't go to college. But engineering courses would be a big plus.
Nascar owners get paid 15,000,000 to 60,000,000 depending on who the drivers are and also how many drivers he has
In the Nascar Sprint Cup Series and Nationwide Series there are 43 drivers in the starting lineup. In the Nascar Camping World Truck Series, 36 drivers start the race.
There are 43 positions in a Nascar Sprint Cup race.
There are 43 drivers in the Daytona 500.
There are two current Nascar drivers who were born in Bakersfield, California, Kevin Harvick and Casey Mears.
Traditionally, 33 drivers compete in the Indianapolis 500.
43 drivers are in one Nascar Sprint Cup Series race.
In 2011, Nascar had 30 drivers start all 36 Cup Series races.
There are a maximum of 40 drivers who can compete in a Nationwide Series race.
This is the amount of drivers in each series who started at least one race during the 2013 NASCAR season:Sprint Cup: 78Nationwide: 128Camping World Truck: 117
Over the years, several NASCAR drivers have died in racing incidents, or due to injuries sustained in an accident. The most recent was Dale Earnhardt in 2001.