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
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The most underrated sport that receives so much unnecessary hate. Ignorant fucks who pee sitting down believe that Nascar is not a sport because it requires no physical strength and is as easy as turning left. these imbeciles are terribly wrong as drivers experience so much mental stress as well as physical exhaustion and experience a rush not present in any other sport; not mentioning that the drivers are fucking insane and have balls the size of Jupiter with each testicle weighing in at about 554554 megatons respectively. Racecars are no where near as similar as every poorly built street car and jackasses insist that any Nascar racecar is your typical Sunday beach cruiser. Yes the races can be extremely slow and boring but it is commonly found more amusing than 90 minutes of a scoreless soccer game or fishing. Nascar started in the blue collar South, thus dubbing every person associated with Nascar as an "inbred redneck". A hefty majority of the sport is definitely hickish, however, most of the drivers are studs who have hotter wives than any NFL player including a few who have college degrees. Stating that Nascar is not a sport is identical to stating that golf is not a sport based on the fact that your ignorant ass can't pick out the physical and mental demands present in both sports.
Preston Teabag the Third: "nascar is so easy i bet anyone can do it"
Nascar fan: "Why don't you hop in and try?"
Preston Teabag the third: *hops in* "which one is the gas and why are there three pedals?"
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National Stock Car Association... or something like that. Founded on the East coast of the US in 1947 by Bill France. Featured great drivers like Junior Johnson and Lee Petty in the '50s. Car's were almost completely (85-90%) stock, which in a bad thing when it comes to safety. Most tracks were very twisty, and on unpaved roads. Most early NASCAR stockers topped-out at around 110mph, give or take a few. Of course, 4-wheel drum brakes were standard fare, and they hadn't even though of roll bars or window netting until the early '60s. In a accident, drivers could be killed easily. Since cars back then were very primitive, driver's had to work alot harder and drive alot better than they do today, with the safety and the aerodynamics and the super hi-tech V8's. Chrylser and Oldsmobile were very involved with NASCAR in throughout the '50s. By the latter-half of the '60s, Ford/Mercury and Dodge/Plymouth were the only teams really involved with racing. Engineers had essentially just discovered aerodynamics, and cars such as the Ford Torino Talladega and Dodge Daytona incorporated the latest in hi-tech aerodynamic aids. Suspensions and drivetrains had also gotten considerably better, but not to the point were it took the 'fun" out of driving. Safety had improved vastly, too, in part because of a crash in which Richard Petty ended up with hundred of shards of glass in his eyes. Materials were made better and stronger, and multi-point roll-barrs were used. Materials were also made out off more-modern weight-saving meterials, in an effort to make the cars that much faster. Hemi cylinder heads were used on Ford and Mopar engines by around '64. Converting a normal wedge-headed engine to a hemi one added about 85hp. By the '70s, it became more of a business thing than really racing, with more and more money involved and cars getting less and less 'stock."
'60s Nascar stock cars
Mopar Charger 500/Daytona, Road Runner Superbird
Ford Torino Talladega, Mercury Cyclone Spoiler
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the only sport in the world that can completely empty out a Wal-Mart store of all people on every weekend. (i actully a race stock car on the dirt ovals, so LOL!!!)
A good day to go to Wal-mart is on sunday. All of the normal customers home watching the nascar race and beating the fuck out of their wife/sister.
by just for a laugh March 10, 2006
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An often overlooked, derided, misunderstood and underappreciated form of American Motorsport; founded in the late 1940's (1947 or 1948; depending on your sources); during WWII and the Great Depression.

It began in a similar fashion to horse racing. (People betting on cars and racers for money. And the drivers racing on sandy beaches, before pavement.)

Superficial people often do not understand it; but it is a Motorsport that requires betting, method and strategy. Almost like Chess or Checkers put on wheels. It is often thought of as "boring" to non-watchers because it is a complex Sport that requires a lot of knowledge about the drivers, the way the cars run, the teams, the team members and the Championship rewards.

A lot of people believe that it's just driving around in circles and takes no skill; but this is not true. The cars are totally different from normal cars. They have no power-steering; and require some of the best handling setups, engines and car parts/equipment that is either bought or developed by the Motorsport teams. Racing in NASCAR is extremely stressful and may require physical fitness. It is a very exhausting Sport, both physically and mentally. The pit crew also must be very skilled and equipped to change the cars fuel, tires and setup in time (usually under 20 seconds) to get their driver back out on the track; and beat the others on time; without making any mistakes as well.
It is a Sport that requires lots of strategy, patience, perseverance, risk-taking, tolerance for frustration, and is actually attracted by a lot of Engineers and intellectuals.

Racers can be extremely skilled but have shoddy equipment or underfunded teams (such as a piston, tire or engine blowing.) and vice versa. Racing teams and drivers often attempt to work their way up over the years; from rags to riches. Starting at the bottom and attempting to make it to the top.

It is mostly seen as an underground (or started as) an underground Sport among the American working class. Capitalism and Sponsorship did not come into NASCAR until the late 1960s or 1970s; and the Sport actually started a bit poor and underground. Today it is actually one of the most richest and watched Sports in the USA; often rivaling the NFL (American football) and NBA (Basketball) in terms of yearly watchers and ratings.

"The 1980s and the 1990s were the best racing years of NASCAR."

"Dale Earnhardt was a very talented and an often very renowned and beloved racing icon in NASCAR."

"Anyone who doesn't watch NASCAR remembers that racer kid Jeff Gordon in the 1990s and his domination of the Sport; and know more about him than NASCAR itself," (LOL)
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A sport for true intellectuals in which cars driven by the best athletes in the world go around in circles for a few hours and high speeds before Jeff Gordon wins. The sport is so awesome that the stupidest people in the world deem it only for rednecks even though they themselves are probably retarded.
Jim: "NASCAR is boring. It's not even a sport."

Larry: "Jim, you can't even tie your shoes or count to ten."

Jim: "NASCAR still sucks! Whoops, I forgot to pee in the toilet."
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Coincedince? We think not.
by Ninjalo November 28, 2003
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