A 2 man kegstand in which the gentleman drinking the alcohol props his legs on the shoulders of the tap holder. The holder then must jack off the drinker in an attempt to cause him to ejaculate before he comepletes the kegstand.
I couldn't believe it...Dan NASCAR'd Tony in under 20 seconds. He barely had a chance to drink!!!
by mak-dad January 22, 2011
a bunch of rednecks runing in circles
by Anonymous August 14, 2003
having to make only left turns like those redneck pussies driving around in counter clockwise circles wishing that they had enough grey matter to learn how to turn right. The least challenging form of motorsport, and the most popular in america proving once again that our nation is fucked up!!! Thanks George W!!!! Even motorcycle racing takes place in the rain. For those rednecks out there a motorcycle has two wheels and no roof and is capable of the same speeds of a nascar. (they can turn right also.)
There is a parade in my neighborhood so to get home I had to go nascar.
by sarcomax January 21, 2003
An event where drunken rednecks and white trash gather around, get drunk, and watch other stupid white trash (whose names are usually penis related) drive around at dangerously high speeds in car shaped billboards advertizing for diet mountain dew and bud lite doing nothing but turning left and crashing into each other, and there's a trailer park in the center of the track. After the race is over, the rednecks go home and beat their wife/cousin/sister because dick peterson didn't win.
guy1: Wanna go see a nascar race?
guy2: fuck off!

redneck1:Hey billy bob, nascar's on the tv box, u wanna watch it.
redneck2:Whoooooooo!!! Hell yeah bubba, we'll grill up some roadkill, smoke some meth, and drink a case of PBR.
by A WHITE GUY June 04, 2014
An activity where you see how many times you can circle your car around a roundabout before you start to piss other drivers off/ get into trouble/ get bored /whatever
Driver 'Uh oh, roundabout coming up, which exit do I take?'
Passenger 'Nah screw that, lets go Nascar!'
Driver 'Right on! woooo!'
by Llihp_Notwen June 11, 2013
Nickname given to a guy that wheels nicely.
sup Nascar
by easytoremember February 06, 2011
Not a sport, but a league that sanctions stock car racing in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Stands for "National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing".

The league has its roots in the Prohibtion era when moonshiners would soup up their cars to outrun the police in the Southeastern United States. After prohibiton was repealed, these former moonshiners began racing each other in their souped up cars. In 1948, they founded the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) because they were tired of scrupulous promoters who kept ropping off fans and drivers. After a period of growth from the league's founding to the 1980s, the league began to grow outside the Southeastern United States thanks in part to TV ratings and a driver by the name of Jeff Gordon as well as legend Dale Earnhardt. However, the league took a huge blow when Earnhardt was killed in stock car racing's premeir event, the Daytona 500 in 2001. Today, the lauge is one of the more popular sports leagues in the United States and is beginning to grow fanbases in other countries.

The league has three major series and several regional series. The main three are the Camping World Truck Series (Formerly Craftsman Truck) which, as the name says, races pick-up trucks. The second is the Nationwide Series, which is the secondary series in NASCAR. The third is the Sprint Cup, which is the league's premeir divison, and where you'll see some of the best auto racers in the world. As stated prviously, the league also has two Canadian and Mexican series, which are the Canadian Tire Series and the Corona Series, respectively.

The league sanctions stock car racing. "Stock" cars are a type of race car that resembles a street car, hence the term "stock", compared to Indy and Formula 1 cars, which are open-wheeled racers. The four body types are: Chevrolet Impala, Ford Fusion, Dodge Charger and Toyota Camry.

One of the main (and stupid) criticisms of NASCAR is that it is not a sport. In a sense, this is correct. It is a league, a sanctioning body, like FIA. Stock car racing is the sport it sanctions. Saying that NASCAR is not a sport is silly. If you say that, then you will have to say that auto racing is not a sport, either. NASCAR racing involves strategy, including when to make a pit stop, which groove to take on the track and how to manage fuel and tires. Also, as some people have said on UD, going 3 g's in these cars takes a major toll on a person's body. The drivers are some of the most athletic people around.

Another dumb criticism is that it is "boring". It is almost a guarantee that anyone who says this has most likely never been to a race live and has only seen it on TV. Being at a NASCAR-sanctioned event is one of the most thrilling moments in anyone's life. You have not lived until you see a train of 43 cars roar past you either when the green flag waves or when they're simply passing by. TV just does not capture the excitement of being at a live race.

A legitimate criticism, however, is that there are too many oval races, which is somewhat valid. NASCAR does need to add more road course races to the Sprint Cup schedule. While the oval tracks range from 1/2-mile short tracks to 2 1/2-mile "superspeedways", road courses will liven the series up.

Another silly criticism of NASCAR is that it is only for rednecks. In reality, NASCAR has expanded outside its birthplace, the American Southeast, to areas around the United States, while at the same time remaining true to its roots. At the same time, the sport's fanbase has grown, as well. The fanbase is now diverse and includes people in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Canada, Mexico and even among whites, blacks, Latinos and Asians. There are also NASCAR fans in Europe. They're just not as known. Many people who do not identify as rednecks will tell you that they are proud NASCAR fans. In fact, the are driver in NASCAr who were born outside the United States, Juan Pablo Montoya being one example.

While this definition is a good defense of NASCAR, it is not perfect and one should simply look at the league's strengths before making a swift and foolish judgement. Anyone who wants to know more should go http://www.nascar.com or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NASCAR
Only idiots who have never been to a race hate NASCAR. They really need to look into it more to rally see how good stock car racing is. It's better than formula 1, that's for sure!
by BigD87 April 01, 2009

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