7 million plus
It depends on who their sponsors are and if they win, but on a normal basis they make about 6-10 million.
How much money a NASCAR champion wins varies from race to race. Races have different payouts. It also depends on their contract.
Female Nascar drivers can make just as much as the male drivers. It all depends on how the driver finishes in each particular race. Different races have different payouts. There is no discrimination, if a woman won the Daytona 500, she is guaranteed to win over $1 million.
The Nascar Driver That Gave His Owner His 200th Win Was Jimmie Johnson At Darlington.
In 2012, Brad Keselowski became the latest driver to win the Nascar Sprint Cup Series championship.
Not as a driver. Junior Johnson did win Nascar championships as a car owner.
It depends on stuff like who his main sponsor is, or who owns the car he drives, but mainly on how good a driver he is. If he wins a lot of races he is going to win a lot of money. It is the same way with veteran drivers
It depends on how well they finish each race, team contracts, and sponser contracts. A full time driver can win from 2.5 million to 10 million. (May vary from many different drivers).
The Nascar driver who started the race, gets the points and the credit for the win. It doesn't matter who finished the race for them.
This depends on where they place in races. The more they win, the more they get.
no, you will be strip of the win
Harry Gant became the oldest driver to win a NASCAR Cup point race at age 52 by winning the Winston Cup event in Michigan, August 16, 1992.
Tony Stewart was the last driver to win the Nascar Cup Series championship prior to Jimmie Johnson, it was in 2005. Johnson has been the champion since 2006.
There is no one salary. Each driver has a negotiated contract for salary and benefits- how much depends on how good the driver is- win more races, you can require a higher pay.
Bobby Allison won the 1983 NASCAR Winston Cup at 45 years of age.
A driver wins the pole in Nascar for having the quickest time on qualifying day. If qualifying is rained out, the driver who is leading the point standings going into that race will start in the first position. But it will not count as a pole award win.
A famous NASCAR driver and the only African American driver to win the , what we now call, The Sprint Cup
Joey Logano was the youngest driver to win a Nascar Cup Series race at 19 years, 35 days old. He was also the youngest to win a Nationwide Series race at 18 years, 21 days old.