For Nascar it's hard to say, but for the Daytona 500 you can win 1.5 million in that one race alone.
In 2011, Tony Stewart won the Sprint Cup Series championship. Including race winnings and bonuses, he earned $12,671,071.
No. It has happened in Indycars when Tom Sneva won the 1978 title without a race win, but never in NASCAR.
This depends on where they place in races. The more they win, the more they get.
7 million plus
60 million euros.
no one knows
The first champion was Red Byron back in 1949.
Three-time champion, Tony Stewart, never won at Darlington Raceway in the Nascar Cup Series. He did win one race in the Nationwide Series at Darlington.
Jimmy Johnson came in first in 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup. His winnings were $17,673,977. Carl Edwards came in second with $4,585,792.
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.
It depends on who their sponsors are and if they win, but on a normal basis they make about 6-10 million.
Chelsea won 10.5 million Euros when they won. That is the stipulated prize money.
Lee Petty was the first driver to win the Nascar championship three times. He won the 1954, 1958 and 1959 Grand National Series titles.
Tony Stewart has never won consecutive Nascar Cup Series championships. He was the Cup Series champion in 2002, 2005 and 2011.
Fame and fortune, for lessor drivers, some money and some notoriety.
Upon Dale Sr's death, he earned $42,001,697. in race winnings.
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.
In 2010, Brad Keselowski won $4,350,411 in the Nascar Cup Series and $2,460,370 in the Nationwide Series.
A hole lot less than Nationwide Champ and a hole hole lot less than Cup Chanpion
Jeff Gordon is a four-time Nascar Cup Series champion. He won the Rookie of the Year award in both the Cup and Nationwide Series. Gordon was also named one of Nascar's 50 Greatest Drivers.
Tony Stewart has won a total of 10 national series championships: 1987 World Karting Championship 1994 USAC Midget Series Champion 1995 USAC Midget Series Champion 1995 USAC Sprint Series Champion 1995 USAC Silver Crown Series Champion 1997 Indy Racing League Champion 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Champion 2005 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series Champion 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion 2006 International Race of Champions (IROC) Series Champion He has also won other events that classify their victors as "champions", such as the Brickyard 400.
Jeff Gordon---For WINSTON CUP titles, yes, Jeff Gordon is the youngest. Youngest NASCAR Champion was Bill Rexford, who won the championship of what would become Winston Cup (and now, Sprint Cup) in 1950, at the age of 23. He is also the only driver from the Northeast to win a title, and was the last Northerner to win a title until Alan Kulwicki won in 1992.
Yes, he won the Daytona 500, his only Nascar win