The most important thing they get is points toward the championship.
They receive a trophy.
They get to go to Victory Lane.
They get more post-race television time than any other driver.
Up until the date of the next race, nascar.com features their licensed merchandise on the front page of the website. The driver gets a percentage of all souvenir sales.
And at the next year's installment of that race, they are announced as the "defending winner" of the race.
If your refering to health care or retirement benefits then NASCAR provides nothing.
$250,000 usually if they win a race
In a Nascar Cup and Nationwide Series race there are 43 drivers. In a Nascar Truck Series race there are 36 starting drivers.
How much truck drivers get paid varies. Some truck drivers can make upwards of 50,000 per year depending on the company.
They do need a Nascar license in order to drive a stockcar or truck.
It depends on they're team and sponsors. They are contracted.
Truck drivers get paid by the load, per mile, or by job. The salary of a truck driver will depend on what way they get paid and how much they work. Truck drivers can make anywhere from 50,000 and up.
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
2 cents an hour
About 1,000 a week on a site
A Nascar drivers pay is determined by how they do in the race. The drivers divide the purse with first and second place drivers being paid the most.
Ron Hornaday Jr. leads all drivers with 47Nascar Truck Series wins.