Click on the link below to see all the Nascar Sprint Cup Series pit crew members.
NASCAR race teams consist of hundreds of people. Some of the most recognizable members of a race team are the owner, driver, manager, crew chief, pit crew, and truck driver.
There are tons of jobs in Nascar besides being the driver. There's the pit crew members, crew chief, spotters, officials, announcers, analysts and reporters.
The answer is 7 pit crew members total are allowed over the wall.
Depending on who they work for, they can make in the 6 figures.
No. Only the driver does. But a lot of drivers keep their trophies at the race shop.
Dale Inman won the most Nascar races and championships as a crew chief.
Being on a NASCAR crew is not a club you have to pay dues for...they pay YOU to be on a NASCAR crew, because it's a (very hard) part-time job they train every day to do.
Usually the team pays for your license. If you are an independent business providing a service to teams and need access you can get a license and to do that you contact NASCAR Corp. headquarters and get an application or go to the credentials trailer and get it there at the track.
Mike Ford - NASCAR crew chief - was born on 1970-04-13.