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NASCAR - Information

NASCAR - Information

NASCAR
P.O. Box 2875
Daytona Beach, FL 32120
Telephone: (386) 253-0611
Email: fanfeedback@nascar.com
Website: http://www.nascar.com/

Grab your NASCAR ticket, pack your NASCAR memorabilia in your race day cooler and take a fast paced ride through our site. (yes we always take our NASCAR die casts cars to the track with us....for the kids mind you)

Included are the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pages, our NASCAR Nationwide Series (Formerly Busch Series Grand National Division) pages or the NASCAR Craftsman Truck series pages. Find past champions, race winners and track information, or find out more about NASCAR other less known development series.

The NASCAR series has become one of the most popular sports in North America in the last few years. Spreading it’s roots from the Southern States to all of the United States, and Canada. In 1947 Bill France gathered promoters from Southeast, Northeast, and Midwest to the Ebony Bar atop the Streamline Inn in Daytona, and drew up the initial rules and regulations of the modern day NASCAR.- the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. The first "true" NASCAR race, in the division that would lead to the present-day  Sprint Cup Series, was held at the Charlotte (N.C.) Fairgrounds on June 19, 1949.

NASCAR may be divided into main racing series, namely the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (former Nextel Cup and Winston Cup Series), NASCAR Nationwide Series (Formerly Busch Series Grand National Division), NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series, and Grand National divisions, and finally the NASCAR Modified Series.

This area is structured a little different than other areas on Rauzulu's Street. Go to the main page of the major series you want to get information on, then follow the race links to find track information or past race winners. For the less well known series champions, links are available from that racing series page.

For more information on NASCAR's roots, and a detailed look at what makes up a season, we would suggest the following books available online.

 

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NASCAR - Sprint Cup Series Information (Previously Nextel Cup Series)

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (Previously Nextel Cup Series)

Sprint Nextel and NASCAR announced NASCAR’s premier series will be known as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series beginning Jan. 1, 2008

The Sprint Cup Series, formerly the Nextel Cup Series and Winston Cup Series has extensive information on our site. The elite series of NASCAR coverage includes all the NASCAR race tracks information, all past NASCAR race winners, past NASCAR Nextel Cup (Winston Cup) winners and race team information.

Sprint Cup Series (previously Nextel Cup, Winston Cup) Information
Sprint Cup (previously Nextel Cup, Winston Cup) Series Past Champions

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NASCAR - Nationwide Series (Formerly Busch Series Grand National Division)


NASCAR - Nationwide Series (Formerly Busch Series Grand National Division)

Nationwide Insurance will replace Anheuser-Busch as the sponsor of NASCAR's number two series beginning in the 2008 season. The insurance company and NASCAR announced a seven-year deal on October 3, 2007.

Every sport needs a good minor league and NASCAR is no exception. The NASCAR Nationwide Series provides a training ground for future Nextel Cup drivers. Although the cars are slightly different the Nationwide Series provides exciting racing of its own. Included in our pages are Nationwide Series (Busch Series) past race winners, past driver championship winners and Nationwide Series race tracks.

Nationwide Series Information
Nationwide Series (Busch Series) Past Drivers Championship Results

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NASCAR - Craftsman Truck Series


NASCAR - Craftsman Truck Series



The latest addition to the NASCAR circuits is the Craftsman Truck Series. This series using modified trucks has some great competative racing for the fans. We include all the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race tracks, previous race winners and the past yearly drivers championship winners.

Craftsman Truck Series Information
Craftsman Truck Series Past Drivers Championship Results

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NASCAR - Other NASCAR Series

NASCAR - Other Race Series

In addition to the three NASCAR series above, there are some other series that are supported by NASCAR. The most common is the Weekly Racing Series at local tracks across the United States. Through a combibed scoring system a champion is declared each year. Be sure to check out the regional and top drivers listing.

Whelen All-American Series (Previously Dodge Weekly Racing Series)

Also supported by NASCAR are the Elite Division, the Grand National Division and the Modified (Touring) Series. We include some basic information on each of these series.


NASCAR Camping World Series (Previously Grand National Division)
Modified Series (Part of Old Touring Series)

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NASCAR - Previous Supported Race Series

NASCAR - Previous Supported Race Series

Previously part of NASCAR, The Goodys Dash Series is now run by BRDAYTONA effect 2004. The Elite Division was dropped after 2006.

The Goodys Dash Series
Elite Division (no longer sponsored as of 2006)