A NASCAR race.
NASCAR is defined as an acronym for the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, the organization that sanctions stock car races throughout the U.S. and some international locations.The organization was formed in 1948 by a group of lawyers, auto mechanics, drivers, car owners and promoters to oversee racing, to make rules, and to make sure that the race cars met uniform specifications.
An example of NASCAR is the Indy 500 race.
National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing
- The fact that Gargoyles also help reduce distortion and enhance visual clarity in the wearer's periphery has made them exceptionally popular with NASCAR drivers, where accurate peripheral vision is necessary for optimum performance.
- A small NASCAR foam toy you can display on your desk or give away as a freebie to customers is a great way to relieve stress, take life a little less seriously, and show your support for auto racing.
- He has a full schedule planned, "The racing plan for the rest of this year is to do as many ARCA and NASCAR Busch races as we can to continue gaining a lot of experience for next year.
- While the Smart Fortwo doesn't come with air-conditioning or a sound system, its design is comparable to that of NASCAR roll bars for safety; called a tridion safety cell.
- One way to relieve stress is to squeeze a stress ball-and if you want one that is customized, you can choose a NASCAR stress reliever that is shaped like a sports car.