building a sprint cup car is very costly, just the engine alone will cost up to and beyond $250,000 + you have the tires $10,000 a piece and you need 24+, then you have to build the body, the roll cage the outter skin the fuel cell the breaks etc. final cost could reach up in the millions, then you have entry fees, cost of fuel, pit crew, crew chief, spotter, etc. very, very expensive.
The cost of building a nitro funny car depends on the amount of money a person is willing to invest. There is not a standard price set for building the cars. A run in the car cost about $1000 per run.
you make a car with a sprint in it. get owned
The game is $15 on any system or console but if you're talking about a real car, there's no such thing
the Sanyo incognito cost about $80 from sprint.
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Have a Sprint car, and qualify for a license with that league.
A Nascar stock car would be faster, because a sprint car is normally driven around a small dirt track. So I doubt that sprint cars exceed 200 mph.
The sprint car was first invented in 1902. The first car was called the 1902 Panard from France, and were considered the world's first race car.
A Sprint Cup car produces about 850 horsepower.
There is no #75 car currently in the Sprint Cup Series.
From Sprint It Cost $99.99 Currently it costs $49.99 (From Sprint)
Currently, there is no #46 car in the Sprint Cup Series.
$10-15 million to brand a car hood 2-3 million to have a "bumper sticker" type brand on sides
A Dodge Sprint was a car that Dodge produced from 1990 to 1995.
A World of Outlaws sprint car engine can vary from about 810 horsepower to about 900 horsepower.
There is no #07 car in the 2011 Nascar Sprint Cup Series. There is a #7 car, which is owned by Robby Gordon.
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There is no cost to port a number when you switch wireless carriers
Nothing. Old Spice and Office Depot combine to pay about $25-30 Million to Stewart-Haas Racing for sponsorship of Tony Stewart's Sprint Cup car. Home Depot pays about $20 Million to Joe Gibbs Racing for sponsorship on Joey Logano's car.
Joe Nemechek drives the number 87 car in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series.
Currently, the #52 car is not being used in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
The #29 car in the Sprint Cup Series is owned by Richard Childress.