Nascar drivers work on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Racing in Nascar is their job. They run 36 races, and an All-Star race from February to November. Some drivers participate in race car test sessions during the week at other tracks. Mostly they qualify their cars on Friday, practice on Saturday and race on Sunday. They have occasional Saturday night races instead of Sunday afternoon. They have one weekend off in March, Easter weekend off and one more weekend in July.
Nascar on Sunday.
There are no Chinese drivers currently in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
No, they do not need a drivers license to drive a NASCAR race car.
Most of the Nascar drivers live in the Charlotte, North Carolina area.
there have been 847 drivers in nascar
There are not many female drivers in Nascar right now. The most famous woman in Nascar is currently Danica Patrick. She started racing in 2005 for Nascar.
The drivers job is to compete in a series for the main organization, which is Nascar. The company is owned by the France family. Brian France is the CEO and Chairman of Nascar. Each driver has a team owner, who is the boss of the team. Just like in any other job, the drivers have an employer/employee relationship.
Click on the link below to see the current Nascar drivers birth dates.
There were no Nascar racing deaths in 1999.
Because it's how they earn their living
In the Nascar Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series, 43 drivers compete in each race. In the Nascar Camping World Truck Series there are 36 drivers.