Richard Petty started 1,184 Cup Series races, the most in Nascar history.
A Nascar Cup Series driver can enter 36 races throughout the season.
Kyle Busch won 66 Nascar Nationwide Series races, which is the most in series history.
In the Nascar Nationwide Series, the driver with the most points accumulated after 33 races, is declared the champion.
Currently, there are no black male drivers in any of the top three Nascar racing series. Bill Lester drove from 1999 to 2007. He competed in one Nationwide Series race, two Nextel Cup Series races and 142 Truck Series races. Marc Davis, who was a Nascar developmental driver, competed in nine Nationwide Series races and three Truck Series races from 2008 to 2010.
The NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson is not dead. He races in the number 48 car in the NASCAR races.
Jeff Gordon has the most Nascar Cup Series wins as an active driver, with 85.
The record is held by Tommy Houston. He started the first 360 races in the divisions history.
There are 36 Nascar Cup Series races in one year.
Click on the link below to see the current Nascar Nationwide Series drivers.
The Nascar Nationwide Series runs a total of 35 races in a season.
In 1979, there were 31 Nascar Winston Cup Series races.