Donnie Allison, Mark Martin, Ward Burton, Johnny Benson
A Nascar drivers pay is determined by how they do in the race. The drivers divide the purse with first and second place drivers being paid the most.
In a Nascar Cup and Nationwide Series race there are 43 drivers. In a Nascar Truck Series race there are 36 starting drivers.
There are 43 drivers that start a Nascar Cup Series race.
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.
43 drivers are in one Nascar Sprint Cup Series race.
The most drivers who could race in a NASCAR race is 43 right now. But back in the 40's and 50's it was about 60.
No, they do not need a drivers license to drive a NASCAR race car.
There are 43 positions in a Nascar Sprint Cup race.
Drivers get paid after every race.
The first Nascar "Strictly Stock" race was held on June 19, 1949 at Charlotte Speedway and fielded 33 drivers.
No they do not.