NASCAR, in complete National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, approval body for stock-car racing in North America

NASCAR was established in 1948 in Daytona Beach.

Stock-car racing a extensively famous sport in the United States by the turn of the 21st century.

Essential to NASCAR’s established in the late 1940s was Bill France, an auto mechanic and sometime race-car driver

NASCAR also started success of a race car called the “car of tomorrow,” designed in part to give the driver with greater safety during a crash

A NASCAR champion in 1983, he raced ambitious at NASCAR’s highest level for a quarter century

During the first decade of the 21st century comprise Brian France’s being named his father’s inheritor as head of NASCAR in 2003

In 2007 the Japanese automaker Toyota go in for the Cup Series

In 2009 Jimmie Johnson became the first driver to win four successive series championships

The sport changed in 2022 is that the teams will race a single car at every track