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Ever been to Watkins Glen, NY. NASCAR runs the road course. Lefts AND rights.

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Q: Why do Nascar drivers only make left turns?
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How much money do Nascar Sprint Cup owners make?

Nascar owners get paid 15,000,000 to 60,000,000 depending on who the drivers are and also how many drivers he has

Why are the Nascar races all left turns?

Not all of them are though. NASCAR goes to two road courses that make both left and right turns. Racing always consists of a circle and enable to keep speeds and thrill up, you have to go in only one direction with banking in the corners to keep the speed up as well.

What is a lane on a busy street that helps drivers make safer mid-block left turns?

Its called a "shared left turn lane"

How much money does a Nascar track make per race?

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.

How much do NASCAR drivers make per year?

NASCAR drivers typically make anywhere from $1 million to more than $20 million a year. It really depends on if they are a full time driver, who they drive for, and their winnings.

What make of personal cars do the NASCAR drivers drive?

Porsche 911

Why do F1 drivers move to NASCAR?

Because they didn't make it in F1.

How much money do the top drivers in Nascar make for driving?

10 million

Is there a limit to how fast you can go in NASCAR?

Yes there is a limit to how far you can go in Nascar. The reason why they have a limit is because if you go to fast in Nascar it'll be impossible to make the turns on the track.

Who makes more money a nascar racer or a soccer player?

A NASCAR driver makes more money than a soccer player. NASCAR drivers also make a lot of money from sponsors.

Advantages and disadvantages of median?

There are several disadvantages and advantages to a median. One advantage is that it avoids collisions of cars driving in opposite directions. One disadvantage is that drivers must make more U-turns in order to make left turns.

How does NASCAR compare to other Sports in America?

One of my GRIPS is the availability of autographs, in Nascar the drivers are very free with signing autographs, other sports its very hard to get one, the sports figures do-not make themselves available like Nascar drivers do. So my answer to you (in my opinion) is its a people sport.

Why do drivers push each other in a Nascar race?

To make the car in front go faster.

How much money does a beginner NASCAR drivers make?

A beginner NASCAR driver does not usually make much money. The driver might sometimes drive without making any money. At other times the driver may make a few thousand, As drivers gain experience and become well known, they make more money.

How many drivers make improper right turns on a protected left turn?

Unfortunately, no real stats on this are available, except to say that it's a rather common thing.

How much money does a female Nascar driver make?

Female Nascar drivers can make just as much as the male drivers. It all depends on how the driver finishes in each particular race. Different races have different payouts. There is no discrimination, if a woman won the Daytona 500, she is guaranteed to win over $1 million.

How many drivers make improper right turns?

it could be 10002

How much money do Nascar Sprint Cup drivers make?

Depending on how well you do (winnings) and how much they and the race itself pays.

When you are waiting to make a left turn what should you do?

Left turns go last in the US as we know unless you're at a traffic light. Left turns must yield to oncoming traffic and the oncoming traffic's right turns. While you're waiting to make your left what you want to do is wait for a wide enough gap in between cars to make your left turn safely. When you see that gap in between cars, make your left.

Why don't Nascar races go the other way on track and make right turns?

Because the world would explode.

Stiffness in the neck can make it difficult for drivers to what?

Stiffness in the neck can make it difficult for drivers to see oncoming cars on their left and right

Is 12 too old to get into NASCAR?

Most NASCAR drivers started running go-karts when they were five or six. If you can learn quick you should be able to start driving Bandoleros when you're 12 and make it to the show eventually.

How many pit crews are in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series?

On race day, 43 active pit crews participate in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. The drivers who did not make the race also have their own pit crews.

How many laps in a 200 lap Nascar race have to be run to make it an official race?

To be an official Nascar race, the drivers must complete 100 of 200 laps. Once lap 101 begins, it's an official race.

How much do Nascar race car drivers make for winning a race?

Depending on the track a NASCAR driver can win up to $350,000 per race if he wins the race. Jeff Gordon placed 32nd this year and still received $10000,