NASCAR (National Association For Stock Car Auto Racing) is the largest American-based company situated at Daytona beach Florida. Which is worldwide famous for stock auto car racing in North America, and came into existence in 1948, founded by Mr. Bill France. Sr was an American businessman was famous for establishing and operating NASCAR. Now his son Jim France is CEO of the company since 2018.
NASCAR events take place 92 times annually. This total includes 23 Camping World Truck Series events, 33 Xfinity Series events, and 36 Cup Series events. The Cup Series, therefore, hosts 38 races, including two exhibition events in the Cup Series that do not award points. Hence there are 94 NASCAR races each year if these events are counted.
The first race in this unusual sport took place in Daytona Beach, Florida, in February 1948 after it was initially formed in 1947. The first official NASCAR Cup Series event took place in June 1949, and the inaugural title was awarded in October 1949.
NASCAR races take place indoors in stadiums on oval-shaped racetracks, however, some have greater or shorter distances. Every circuit is distinctive on its own, featuring various bends, angles, and pit places.
In NASCAR, the race's equipment is crucial to the performance of the human competitors. The Stock Car, the equipment used by the Pit crew, and the driver's personal safety equipment are the three main pieces of equipment used in this sport. A driver who is well-equipped with these three elements will feel confident and perform well on the track.
In NASCAR race consists of three stages i.e: Stage 01 (laps 1-60), Stage 2 (laps 61-20), and the Final Stage 3 Lap (121). The final stage/Lap is comparatively longer than the first two stages, which determines the winner.