by Jim Thompson | Last Updated: January 11, 2021

Are cars in NASCAR painted or wrapped?
That depends on the driver, the team, and the race. According to JTG Daugherty Racing, of the 36 races last season, only ten races featured a wrapped car. Wrapping a car is a quick way to make changes to the look of a car, but it tends to be more expensive and adds additional weight.

Are NASCAR cars carbureted?
All Sprint Cup cars have been fuel injected since the 2012 Daytona 500. NASCAR Xfinity Series and Truck Series still use carburetors.

Which NASCAR driver has the most wins?
NASCAR has changed a lot over the years and has evolved from Grand National and Strictly Stock through a number of different Cup Series. While Jeff Gordon dominated the “modern era” he has less than half the wins of the all-time leader, Richard Petty.

What NASCAR tracks are in North Carolina?
North Carolina is home to the Charlotte Motor Speedway, but the state’s NASCAR roots go much deeper. The now-closed North Wilkesboro Speedway hosted the final race of the inaugural NASCAR season in 1949. Jeff Gordon won the last NASCAR event ever held there in 1996.

Where is the Martinsville Speedway NASCAR track?
Martinsville Speedway is located in Ridgeway, Virgina. Fun Fact: Martinsville is the shortest track in the Sprint Cup Series at just over one-half of a mile.

Which NASCAR Track is the Biggest?
Everyone knows that everything’s bigger in Texas! Texas Motor Speedway can accommodate nearly 182,000 fans. However, bigger ain’t necessarily biggest. Probably still best not to mention to the folks at TMS that Indy can hold over 250,000.