NASCAR is the most popular form of auto racing in America. It is also the third most-watched sport in America, behind only NFL Football and Major League Baseball. NASCAR was founded by Bill France Sr. on February 21, 1948, as a response to the increasing popularity of “strictly stock” racing. However, it has since evolved into a high-speed form of racing that is more like oval track racing than traditional street circuits. The Alley 400 is a NASCAR race that takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is a 1.5-mile (2.4 km) oval track that was built in 1996 and was designed to be a superspeedway for NASCAR races.
The track is owned by Speedway Motorsports, Inc., which also owns other tracks like Atlanta Motor Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Kentucky Speedway, and Texas Motor Speedway. Formula 1 is considered to be the pinnacle of motorsports. It has been this way for decades. But NASCAR is making a comeback with its many changes in the past few years.
NASCAR is the most popular form of motorsport in America and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.
Atlanta and Texas Motor Speedway are both Superspeedways, but they are not as fast as Daytona or Talladega Superspeedways. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, better known as NASCAR, is a governing body of motorsports in the United States. NASCAR is one of the largest sanctioning bodies in the world and it regulates more than 750 races in over 30 US states.
The name NASCAR has been used since 1948 when it was coined by Bill France Sr., who wanted to make a shorter version of the original full name. The word “stock” refers to cars that are not modified from their original factory condition. A NASCAR is a type of car that has a very high power-to-weight ratio. This is achieved by using a lightweight body, and a powerful engine.