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    A Car In NASCAR

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    If you have ever wondered how the cars in NASCAR are so fast, it’s the tech that is in them. In every NASCAR race car, is a piece of machinery that has been worked on for hours. Mechanics of every NASCAR team work for hundreds of hours building engines, making adjustments, building the roll cage, and getting stock parts. The cars are worked on throughout the entire week, because the crews have to go through the car and see if they had missed anything that they were supposed to fix or adjust. If they

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    NASCAR is a sport of racing that most people try to say it’s not a sport just because they just make left turns only which is false, because the also make left and right turns on two scheduled events that they make twice a year. Many people don’t understand the physics of a NASCAR car of how they run and how they are developed to run as fast as they go and how they handling speeds from 55 to 200+MPH.The physics of NASCAR also is developed on wind tunnels and simulation different race tracks as well

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    Is Nascar a Sport

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    Richard Corning Writing 122 October 30, 2013 Is Automobile Racing a Sport? There are many arguments for and against auto racing actually being a sport. To understand this argument one needs to know what type of racing people are saying is a sport. Auto racing has been around as long as there have been automobiles. Every teenager, whether they admit it or not has raced. This type of racing however is not a sport if you ask me; this type of racing is known as street racing. On this type of racing

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    NASCAR NASCAR was founded in 1947, it has grown to become the premier motorsport organization. NASCAR stands for The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. “NASCAR sanctions more than 1,200 races in more than 30 U.S. states, Canada, Mexico and Europe. Known for its passionate fan base, one-of-a-kind playoff format, development of the modern sports sponsorship and commitment to enhancing auto racing through technology, NASCAR produces many of the most highly attended sporting events in the

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    Essay On Nascar

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    Is nascar a dangerous sport? Nascar is dangerous but not as dangerous as you think. Many people think nascar is one of the most dangerous sports. Nascar has changed dramatically over the past few years. Nascar has many different rule to make sure people stay safe. Nascar drivers have to do certain things just to get behind the wheel for the first time. When nascar was first introduced in 1948, they didn't have very many rules at all. I'm going to explain how nascar has changed from 1948 to 2017.

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    Danger and NASCAR Essay

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    Danger and NASCAR “I had never even heard of Dale Earnhardt until he crashed into eternity, but now here I am writing a column about him” (King, 64). This reaction, recorded by Florence King in National Review, seems to be a common one since Earnhardt’s death in the Daytona 500. Dale Earnhardt was a driver in the Winston Cup circuit for the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR). Despite the fact that he is arguably the most popular NASCAR driver, many people

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    Tread On NASCAR Cars

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    From 13,000 fans during the first race 50 years ago to over 300,000 fans at a single event today, the NASCAR sport has evolved over the years in various ways. In the beginning, stock car drivers actually bought brand-new cars from dealers and went racing. The first strictly stock car race sanctioned by NASCAR in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1949 had no safety requirements for competing cars. They were true stock cars in every sense of the word, completely unmodified and in hindsight, incredibly

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    Essay on The Prohibition and NASCAR

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    “History of NASCAR”. Famento, Inc. February 20, 2009 As a result of its increasing popularity, the hall of fame’s visitors vary in terms of nationality, creed, and race showcasing the growth of the sport. In today’s world, Prohibitions’ quondam popularity is a reflection

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    Nascar Research Paper

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    Nascar is very well known American auto racing company, especially for its stock-car racing, and it stands for National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing. Nascar hosts many races such as the Daytona 500, Richmond Raceway, Kansas Speedway, and plenty of other races. All these races consist of 200 laps or more (2). The audience may not realize it, but the races, the drivers, and the cars have a lot of mathematics involved. For instance, a driver may have to calculate, instantly on the spot, how

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    the big dogs, Nascar is not just about left turns, there is a lot more than just that in the sport. It is about how much banking and routs to take on certain tracks, it is about the history of the sport. Drivers have to know when to pit and change tires, get more fuel and tell the pit crew to adjust the wedge. Nascar requires years and years of training, You also have to have sponsors to get a race car. In this paper you will find out what nascar is really about. The history of Nascar starts way back

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