When a fine is given out, it is directly to the driver or owner. And by NASCAR rules whoever the fine is to must pay the fine.
A small bit of info, A fine levied by Nascar, in the thousands, Mcclaren was fined 100 million.Answer Formula one has less sponsors but more money, nascar has more sponsor less money. Granted formula one has great sponsors and more of an international following but the competition is more about the driver than people think. As far as team budgets go, it's definetly f1. the big teams have budgets from 100- 250 MILLION. with 10 teams, that's a ridiculous amount of money. I would disagree and say that f1 also has a far bigger following. sure, nascar is big in the us, but f1 is everywhere. it is the third most watched sporting event in the world, and nascar is further down the list. F1 has far more money. No question.
Fined is a verb. It's the past tense of fine.
If a British driver is caught speeding on camera in France, nothing or nearly nothing happens. If the same driver is stopped by the police for speeding, he will be fined on the spot (a fine of 90
Yes, fine can be used as an adjective. Examples: a fine writer, fine hair. Fine can also be used as verb and a noun. Verb: The police officer fined the driver for speeding. Noun: Please pay the fine on time.
Only if the elephant seal is attacking you or someone else then its fine but if not then yes you will get fined.
The past tense is fined.
The past participle is fined.
The past participle is fined.
You were either sent out of the goldfields or you were fined a certain amount of money. You could also be suspended from the goldfields.
She was fined for her late library book.
It depends on if you were arrested and what you were fined for.
The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 placed a fine of $500 on anyone aiding a runaway slave.
I was fined $326 dollars.
The amount that a person willl get fined for peeing in the pool will vary depending on the facility. Generally, there is not fine associated with this lewd act.
Under current US copyright law the maximum "standard" fine for "willful and deliberate" copyright infringement can be as high as $150,000.00 USD.
The US was fined $400 for littering in Australia. This fine remained unpaid for 30 years.
In Britain if you're caught, the fine is £80 for littering.
The maximum fine for copyright infringement is $150,000.00 per incidence.
In my experience, juveniles don't get 'fined,' they generally don't have any money to pay them with anyway. Their punishments usually run more along the lines of community service or incarceration.
we are fined because if we need to go to the hospital and we aren't covered then the money comes out of other people's paychecks. and i don't know about you be that seems a little less then fair.
A driver who does not have a valid drivers license will be fined and charged, this has nothing to do with a car that is insured, if the driver is caught and cannot prove that the car is insured the fine will be doubled or tripled. No sane person would drive a car without a valid license or insurance, no matter what part of the civilized world you live in.
In some states the fine can be as high as 1000 dollars.
Yes. You can get fined for illeglly downloading games, although I have not downloaded any games illegally yet. I don't really know what the fine is either.
The Card Protection Plan Limited firm was reported to have been fined about 10 million pounds. The fine was a result of the firm selling useless insurances to its clients.