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A sport that was formed in 1948. NASCAR stands for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. There are tracks across the country of the United States. The two main types of tracks are Circle tracks and Road courses (there aren't just circle tracks, you know). The season starts off with the Daytona 500, as the biggest race in NASCAR. NASCAR has three main leagues: The Sprint Cup Series (which is the more famous), the Nationwide Series, and the Camping World series, where the drivers race trucks instead of cars. In the Sprint Cup Series, there are 43 drivers per race over a given number of laps based on how many miles the race is (Daytona 500 means 500 miles).
Did you see the NASCAR race last Sunday? I didn't get to see who won; I hope it was Dale Jr.
by GreenBaron88 April 18, 2009
 
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currently NASCAR(National Association For Stock Car Auto Racing) is the biggest sanctioning body for proffessional motorsports worldwide. It's elite cup series is currently the most sought after division in racing worldwide. While many unedjucated people call nascar a hick sport, recently several international drivers and world champions from a variety of backgrounds have entered the nascar ranks. also it's crew chiefs, drivers, engine builders and fabricators posses some of the best craftmanship and intellegence America has to offer. The cup series also offers the most useful innovations to it's manufacture. from tire technology to safety everything in nascar has to be mass produced which makes it easily transferable to passenger vehicles. in addition to it's top seeries nascar sanctions races all across north america. nascar racing is the most action packed form of motorsports on the market, with huge wrecks, rediculous speeds and the closest finishes week in and week out which is why it has such a huge fan base
tim: you gonna watch the nascar race this sunday?
bob: does the tin man have a sheet metal cock?
by up in hurr September 20, 2009
 
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the second most spectated sport in the us behind the nfl. It consists of 43 cars going speeds up to 200 mph on oval or road course tracks (just like the irl but the cars in nascar look actually like cars while irl cars look like sticks on wheels)
everyone is wrong saying that nascar is only for rednecks when its not. so everyone who stereotypes nascar fans should shut up.
nascar was started in 1949
by norman calica October 09, 2007
 
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National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing
I went to the NASCAR race on sunday, and Jeff Burton beat Matt Kenseth
by Matt Klempa September 16, 2007
 
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congratulations everyone! you can stereotype!

anyway, this sport does take skill. if you think its easy then try going 200 mph in close proximity with 42 other cars where 1 mistake will cause a huge wreck. not only that, you have to go in the turns at the right angle and right speed. besides, at watkins glen and infineon they turn right.
so before you bash shit read a fucking book.

one more thing, this "redneck inbred" thing, inbreeding is fucking ILLEGAL and i have never heard of a "redneck" who was australian or colombian or even italian. have you? didn't think so. so for fuck's sake stop stereotyping. how would you like it if i said that F1 was for gay french people? wouldn't like it too much now would you?
NASCAR does take skill so go ahead and try if you think its so easy.
by qwqwqwq121 June 24, 2010
 
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The greastest form of motorsort in the world. Features real drivers with actual talent who drive cars without traction control, stability control or ABS. Popularized by drivers such as Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and the late NASCAR legend, Dale Earnhardt.
NASCAR is looked down upon by fans of other motorsport (such as F1) for not being "sophisticated" enogh. Look, in nascar, its driver against driver, not car against car. And the pole sitter is hardley ever guarenteed the win, unlike in F1 where whoevers on the pole ALWAYS wins.
NASCAR is the 2nd biggest sport in the USA, second only to the NFL.
by 3earnhardtforever3 August 15, 2007
 
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NASCAR is a sport in which takes real talent, you can't just go out on the track and win a race, it takes years and years of driving experience to master a stock car. Driving in a car about 115+ Degrees with very little air conditioning at 170 MPH plus the need of full concentration is very very hard to do. Some people assume that it takes no talent, that it is not athletic, and that you can win on your first try, which is absolute bull. Again, it takes real talent to drive a stock car. That is athletic. If you think that NASCAR drivers aren't athletes, you try driving at 170 MPH for 200 laps yourself.
You people must think you're smart, hardcore and rebellious for being against NASCAR. Whats the matter with you people? What about Baseball why is that considered a "sport" thats just hitting a ball and running around. Wow, so exceiting. NASCAR has action all the time with the drivers rubbing fenders, and the crashes. In Baseball you have to wait 5 minutes to see action. NASCAR should be considered a sport before Baseball.

And I'm sick of people Assuming that just because someone's a NASCAR fan, that they must be a redneck. Most Hicks don't even watch NASCAR or have even heard of it, thats a bullshit crappy ass stereotype, grow the fuck up.
by PantherNCStateFan April 22, 2006