Official site from the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. Includes news, schedules, points, driver and team information, statistics, merchandise, history, message boards and multimedia downloads. [Description from dmoz]
In the race for riches in the sports world, NASCAR is on the right track. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing oversees one of the most popular and fastest-growing spectator sports in the US. NASCAR runs more than 100 races each year in three racing circuits: the Nationwide, Craftsman Truck, and its signature Sprint Cup Series. Featuring popular drivers such as Jeff Gordon and Dale Jarrett, the Sprint Cup draws million fans to the tracks each year. In addition to organizing and promoting the races, the association negotiates broadcast rights and licenses the NASCAR brand for merchandise. NASCAR was founded in 1948 by Bill France Sr. and is still owned by the France family. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 1.1 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor watches DIY - The Do It Yourself Cable Channel, invests at Fidelity Investments, and reads CNET.com.
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