A Formula One race car can max out at 350 mph - while the same for a NASCAR race car in the heat of a straightaway! Nascar race cars have been known to partner up with the American Police Association for quick hot pursuits - easily taking out the great Camaro, Ferrarri, and Lamborghini police cars of Europe - that only top out at 289 mph - which means the same models as themselves would be a hard catch. But Formula 1 cars are quicker, leaner, and a helluva lot meaner when doing a deadly pit manuever at almost 300 mph! This means - the Nascar Race car is amongst the fastest cars in the world - putting beauties like the Mustang and Cobra to shame in the U.S., or the New York State Police's pride and joy - the Charger RC Daytona that can go 160 mph - but can't catch its man every time. This includes the slow now Crown Vics, Caprices, Lincoln Town Cars, Jettas of England, and finally the slowest Police cars ever recorded - the Probes/Grand Ams of Evans, New York. In other words, any of these cars could catch you with teamwork - but the Nascar would destroy you in a straightaway race, and hot pursuit that would embarass your fancy million dollar car.
Different types of race cars require different specifications to qualify for certain types of racing. It's all about rules and regulations to make an even playing ground for all.
Definitely Nascar, because there are so many cars on the track at the same time, and all the cars driving at speeds greater than 100 mph.
There were 21 cars in the race, 3 transferring from the All-Star challenge and 18 in the normal field
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There were 43 cars in a NASCAR race so that there could be just enough action on the field. However, not all tracks have 43 cars anymore.
Because they are all moving at different speeds.
Airplanes all have different speeds.
In basic design no, all of these systems work off the same principle; just like a car. Also just like a car their are economy cars and race cars.
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No. Because some cars are different.