The largest NASCAR venue in terms of attendance is the Brickyard 400 with 400,000-plus attendees.
The biggest and most prestigious race of the Nascar season is it's first race, the Daytona 500. Even though the points are the same as any other race during the year, it is Nascar's super bowl and the largest paying race of the season.
The Nascar Cup Series fields 43 drivers at every race they go to on the schedule.
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.
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.
NASCAR Race Hub was created in 2010.
You lap someone in a Nascar race.
The duration of NASCAR Race Hub is 3600.0 seconds.
No. Earphones are not mandatory at a Nascar race.