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How Dirt Stock Car Racing Works

On any given weekend throughout most of the year, almost 800 dirt tracks come to life across America. Tickets are bought, prize money is won, autographs are signed and damaged cars are hauled away by wreckers.

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  • How a NASCAR Sponsorship Works

    How a NASCAR Sponsorship Works

    Fans of NASCAR know that corporate sponsorship logos are everywhere -- on the cars, on the drivers and a variety of other odd places, too. But do you know how much a NASCAR sponsorship costs? See more »

  • How Daytona Qualifying Works

    How Daytona Qualifying Works

    Without a doubt, the Daytona 500 has the most unique qualifying format in the entire NASCAR season. What makes qualifying so unusual? How does a driver make it onto the starting grid for the race? See more »

  • How Dirt Stock Car Racing Works

    How Dirt Stock Car Racing Works

    On any given weekend throughout most of the year, almost 800 dirt tracks come to life across America. Tickets are bought, prize money is won, autographs are signed and damaged cars are hauled away by wreckers. See more »

  • How do wind tunnels help stock car drivers?

    How do wind tunnels help stock car drivers?

    While many successful car corporations were experimenting with aerodynamics in the 1960s, the "aero war" itself usually refers to the two biggest companies, Ford and Chrysler. See more »

  • How much does a NASCAR race car cost?

    How much does a NASCAR race car cost?

    NASCAR racing has changed since the days of street-legal cars driving on dirt tracks. Today's teams have budgets of $20 million or more. Just how much of that is spent on cars? See more »

  • How NASCAR Drafting Works

    How NASCAR Drafting Works

    If you're a fan of NASCAR racing, then you've probably heard about the draft. But what's really happening out there on the track? And why do some drivers claim to "see the air?" See more »

  • How NASCAR Engines Work

    How NASCAR Engines Work

    NASCAR engines are known for their power, but a successful NASCAR engine also has to be reliable. The world's best engineers spend enormous amounts of money, time, and energy to build such powerful machines. See more »

  • How NASCAR In-car Cameras Work

    How NASCAR In-car Cameras Work

    NASCAR in-car cameras have provided fans a sneak peek into the racing experience for decades. As simple as the cameras are, however, everything about them -- from the technology used to make them to deciding who gets one - - is decidedly complex. See more »

  • How NASCAR Pre-race and Post-race Inspection Works

    How NASCAR Pre-race and Post-race Inspection Works

    For NASCAR inspectors, race day begins long before the first fans arrive -- and they typically don't get to go home the moment the race is over, either. So what are these guys up to? See more »

  • How NASCAR Prize Money Works

    How NASCAR Prize Money Works

    We see it so often -- the winner of a race holds an oversized million-dollar check high in the air in victory lane. But where does all of this prize money come from, anyway? See more »

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