The largest starting field for the Daytona 500 was 68cars. This was done in 1960.
58 at Darlington
The Nascar Cup Series fields 43 drivers at every race they go to on the schedule.
Nascar holds qualifying a day or two prior to the race and that is how the field is set. The pole winner for that day will start in the first position for the race. If qualifying is cancelled, the field is set by owners points.
NASCAR Race Day was created in 2005.
NASCAR Race Day ended in 2006.
You lap someone in a Nascar race.
NASCAR Race Hub was created in 2010.
43 cars race in each Nascar Sprint Cup race. The numbers change on how many enter.
The duration of NASCAR Race Hub is 3600.0 seconds.
No. Earphones are not mandatory at a Nascar race.
The Coca-Cola 600 is currently the longest sanctioned Nascar race.
Yes, there have been several NASCAR races in recent years without 43 drivers. The Kentucky Speedway racetrack does not race 43 cars.
43 drivers are in one Nascar Sprint Cup Series race.