Depends on what race track you want to go to.
Exact earnings are unknown, but expenses for track upkeep etc. are in the millions.
how much money do they make
A beginner NASCAR driver does not usually make much money. The driver might sometimes drive without making any money. At other times the driver may make a few thousand, As drivers gain experience and become well known, they make more money.
Nascar owners get paid 15,000,000 to 60,000,000 depending on who the drivers are and also how many drivers he has
According to NASCAR.com he made $7,354,860.
It all depends on how well you do in a race. It also depends on how much money you make from your sponsors and how much merchandise your fans buy.
It all depends on the race track, the owners, and everything else, there is no "set" amount.
Depending on how well you do (winnings) and how much they and the race itself pays.
Most of NASCAR's money comes from sponsorship from other companies. NASCAR takes in 3 billion dollars per year from sponsors.
Depends on how good the athlete is.
Nothing.You lose money every year.
Depending on who they work for, they can make in the 6 figures.
Two to three hundred million dollars.
Alot, because NASCAR races run usually in summer. And that is the kids school break. More people are likely to attend summer races. The reason why vending gets so much money is because it's hot and people will get dehydrated Alot faster because they perspire and loose body liquid.
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.
A NASCAR official makes around 53,000 dollars a year for this job. This job is demanding and requires lots of nights and weekends plus overtime. If you would like to be a NASCAR official, you can apply on the NASCAR job board.
That is a relative question. If you are a major owne, like Rausch ,you make a big heap of money. On the other hand, if you are a privateer, like Robby Gordon, you barely make enough to keep racing. Equality does not reign in NASCAR; capitalism does. Bottom line, NASCAR is a rich man's sport and the more money you have to sink into your team the better your results and the more money you make. That does not make big team owners evil, it makes them successful. It's the American way.
It depends on the driver and how much they are under contract for and the sponsors they have on their car. Also, where they place in each race.