Each Nascar team has one spotter.
It's considered a part-time job since most of the spotters, basically all work in the shops and have some other role. All of them moonlight with another job, I've heard its like 20-40k depending..
NASCAR Racing was created in 1994.
NASCAR Racing happened in 1994.
you get a job in NASCAR by being a good racer in a different but less popular racing leauge., and maybe some NASCAR racing teams like you and want to sign you to your team.but there is 4 levels of NASCAR least popular Whelen to the Trucks to the NATIONWIDE series and then to the most popular Sprint cup Series where all the best is.but before all of this you need a racing licnese.
During a NASCAR race.
NASCAR Kart Racing happened in 2009.
The spotters are on top of the grandstand.
No, Wendell Scott's daughter, Deborah, is not racing in Nascar.
EA Sports NASCAR Racing happened in 2007.
EA Sports NASCAR Racing was created in 2007.
NASCAR Kart Racing was created on 2009-02-10.
On NASCAR Kart Racing, you earn tracks by defeating Rivals on Championship Series.
NASCAR 08 is a season in NASCAR racing and also a video game.
Nascar overspends and some areas have no racing.
There were no Nascar racing deaths in 1999.
help me please how to add more than one playr on nascar racing
Types of car racing include: * drag racing * formula 1 racing * nascar racing * street racing
There will not be a Nascar 2010, if there is it will be called Nascar 20XX or Thunder but the catch is it will only be cart racing.
NASCAR IS SPELLED National Association Stock Car Auto Racing that would be the longer way of spelling Nascar
yes, they can be used as racing cars, but would not qualify for FORMULA1 racing or NASCAR.
Dale Jr. was 21 years old when he started racing in the Nascar Busch Series. He was 24 when he started Cup Series racing.
Normally they get it from NASCAR or the racing company, like Stewart-Haas Racing. They can also get it from the old car number they could have driven.
Richard Petty was 21 years old when he started racing in the Nascar Grand National Series.
National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR)