Nascar doesn't involve any direct movement from the participant...only steering. Also there isn't any two teams competing, everyone is competing at the same time. It is also a race not a sport with goals or end zones.
It relies on a crew chief and a team of mechanics/pit crew to set up the car and work on it during the race. Each driver also has a spotter whose communication with the driver is crucial to avoid wrecking. And then, of course, there's the driver. A single mistake by any of these team members during a race could result in a bad result. It's certainly a team sport.
According to ESPN, FOX and NBC, NASCAR is a sport.
The number one spectator sport is NASCAR .
Drifting is not a sport. It is what people use in the sport called NASCAR.
Yes, it is.It is Considered a sport by the NAD (National Athletic Department) and is the only offical sport besides Nascar that does not have a ball.
The sport of Auto Racing.
Not by the current definition of sport, which implies a level of physical activity. Then again, NASCAR is considered a sport; as videogaming continues to become more immersive, the definition might someday be expanded to include it as well.
NASCAR is a pretty safe sport, but maybe not the safest. That is a matter of opinion, I say probably. But it just depends on the person you ask.