The drivers must reach the halfway point of the scheduled amount of laps in order for a Nascar race to become official. For example, if it's a 200 lap race they must complete lap number 100. Once they begin lap 101, it's an official 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 Bristol races are 500 laps long.
The Brickyard 400 is 160 laps.
The number of laps in a NASCAR race varies depending on the size of the track, and the distance raced. It will usually say something about it in the name of the race. For example, the Daytona 500 is 500 miles. They race 200 laps. Click on the link below for more information on different Nascar tracks.
Unless there is a green-white-checkered finish, the Nascar Sprint Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is scheduled for 267 laps (400.5 miles). The Nationwide Series race is 200 laps (300 miles) and the Camping World Truck Series race is 146 laps (219 miles).
It all depends on the track but they are normally 400 to 500 laps but some races have up too 600 laps and as few as 150.
In a Nascar Cup and Nationwide Series race there are 43 drivers. In a Nascar Truck Series race there are 36 starting drivers.
it depends, if you win you get more, the differenet places you come in and how many laps you complete and if you lead for any laps... that stuff
In the Nascar Sprint Cup Series the shortest races, in miles, are at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The track is 1.058 miles long. The summer race is the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 (which is 301 laps) and the fall race is the Sylvania 300 (300 laps). All other cup races are 400 or 500 miles in length.
2011 Coca-Cola 600 402 laps and 603 miles, was the longest race in NASCAR history.
Ned Jarrett (that's it?)