No there is not
A Nascar driver will have the best sponsor only if the driver has certain characteristics. For example, the Nascar driver will have to be charismatic and a good driver who is ranked highly.
I believe it is Jeff Gordon with the DuPont sponsor.
Currently, Coors does not sponsor a car in Nascar.
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.
They are paid from their winnings and sponsor's.
Yes it does!
I'm thinking that would be Nextel.
In 2010, the Air Force is a part time sponsor for Elliott Sadler in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
None of it. NASCAR sponsors don't make cars.
Being a sponsor costs 30,000 to 50,000 dollars a year. If a sponsor commits to all year, they can get a deal. Sponsors are removed and added constantly in NASCAR.
None as the primary sponsor.
None. Coors was a sponsor of Bill Elliott, Kyle Petty, Robby Gordon, and Sterling Marlin.
No. While NASCAR doesn't require the participation of a sponsor, it is near impossible to race in any of the three major series. It is very expensive to fund a NASCAR team, and corporate sponsorship money offsets, or sometimes completely covers, these costs.
the owner but the driver is who endorses that company
NASCAR used to untill they got a new sponsor.
Jeff Gordon and Richard Petty.
There is currently no sponsorship for tobacco products in Nascar. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company was Nascar's title sponsor from 1972-2003. It was then known as the Winston Cup Series.
The top series in NASCAR is known as the Sprint Cup Series. The telecommunications holding company, Sprint Corporation, is the sponsor.
The sponsor is called Alpinestars. They make racing suits and clothing.
In Kyle Petty's last Nascar race on November 9, 2008, his main sponsor was Wells Fargo.
No. Lowe's does not own a car in the Nascar series, but they are the primary sponsor for Jimmie Johnson's #48 car.