Hosted means someone who is the "guy in charge" of an event.
Two tracks hosted their first Nascar race in 1997. The California Speedway (now known as the Auto Club Speedway) and the Texas Motor Speedway.
43 cars start the race for a NASCAR event.
Because not all countries have the right temperatures and conditions for that particular sporting event. For example you can't have a snow boarding event in the middle of a really hot country because there would be no snow ,and the weather would simply not be right for the sporting event.
Daytona Beach, Florida... And, it is hosted at the Daytona International Speedway every February as the "main event" of Speedweeks. The Daytona 500 is also known as the Superbowl of Motorsports.
About 75% of the NASCAR fans are in America. NASCAR is an auto racing sport that is popular in many countries. Japan is one of the largest countries other than the United States that watches NASCAR regularly.
Ellen Degeneres hosted the prestigous event
NASCAR Day is held on the third Friday in May. This date coincides with the annual NASCAR All-Star event weekend.
Only two countries have jointly hosted the world cup. They are Japan and South korea.
Spain never hosted Wimbledon.This event is hosted by England only.
No. The World 600 race in Nascar, which is now called the Coca-Cola 600, is not the worst sport event in the US.
At any track that Nascar has an event, Nascar brings millions into that community and surrounding communities, in a short period of time.
Actually three countries have hosted the world cup twice. they are France, Italy and Germany.
The Indy 500
The Daytona 500 is a 500 mile Nascar sprint cup series held nationally at the Daytona International Speedway in Floride. About 20 million spectators generally view the Nascar event on TV.
its from a Nintendo event not a mystery gift and you get it from a event hosted by Nintendo
Russia and many more countries!!
a total of 23 countries
Uruguay hosted the first world cup in 1930.
The first NASCAR "Strictly Stock" race ever held was at Charlotte Speedway on June 19, 1949.