In Nascar, an owner is allowed to have a maximum of four cars (teams).
Firestone tire is a NASCAR sponsor. Some of the cars use firestone tires other cars use NASCAR tires. Firestone also sells NASCAR tires in addition to their own brand.
None of it. NASCAR sponsors don't make cars.
No. There are currently no cigarette manufacturers sponsoring Nascar race cars. Following the 2003 season, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company dropped their series sponsorship with Nascar.
You CAN, but most people don't. Tony Stewart is an owner-driver; he owns the cars he races. Dale Earnhardt was an owner-driver too, but he owned cars that other people drove, and drove cars other people owned. Darrell Waltrip and Bill Elliott were also owner-drivers, as was Richard Petty. If by "his own car" you mean the one in his driveway...no, street cars are very different from racing cars.
Richard Petty was a Nascar Cup Series driver for 35 years. He is now a co-owner of Richard Petty Motorsports, which fields two Nascar Sprint Cup Series cars.
What do you mean by fake? If you mean by the sponsors, they pay the drivers to sponsor their brand of product.
It informs a driver that a faster car or cars are approaching and the driver should allow those cars to pass.
No. Nascar cars do not have headlights.
In NASCAR, the youngest was Kyle Busch in 2001 at 16.
Tony Stewart is the co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing. The team has two cars in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series, the #14 is driven by Tony and Ryan Newman drives the #39.
In the movie 'Cars 2', Nascar driver Jeff Gordon will voice the role of Jeff Gorvette.