Compared to other professional sports, NASCAR has not dealt with the problem of drugs quite as often. It was in 1988 that Tim Richmond, a 13-time race winner, who made the news for his suspension due to his failure to pass a sanctioned drug test.
11 Jul 2017
Posted By Roland
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NASCAR began in back yards and back streets. It began in Daytona Beach, Florida, in the early 1900's. By 1935, its renown had spread to Washington, D.C. A mechanic from that area named William France, Sr., became aware of the street racing going on in Daytona, and just had to become a part of it. He relocated for that purpose, and by 1936, had placed fifth in a local race.
21 Jul 2017
Posted By Patrick
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A career with NASCAR requires complete commitment. It comes with working hours that are not compatible with raising a family. However, once you've settled the commitment issue, a wide range of careers is available on the NASCAR racing circuit.