Stock Car racing, under the umbrella of NASCAR, is a billion-dollar family-owned-and-operated business venture. Its long-storied roots grounded in bootlegging meeting the mechanics of Bill France, Sr. has come a long way to evolving toward the racing juggernaut that we know and love today. From the first drivers to have gathered on the sands of Daytona Beach, Florida on that March 8,1936 to the many memories that came year after year across those tracks. The Petty’s, Earnhardt’s, and the young guns like Jeff Gordon of the mid-1990’s who shook up the scene.
Stock Car racing has always remained the same time after time. Conforming to the constant organization, standardization of schedules, championship and components has always been the tradition. NASCAR has evolved into a brilliant and beautiful competition with 200 mph-traveling cars fighting and begging for every inch from the beginning of the year onward. From the NASCAR championship, to the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, to Winston, to NEXTEL and now the Sprint Cup Stock Car racing has a long history that is only continuing to write and deepen itself among amazingness.
Stock Car racing serves to cover the best there was, the best there is, and the best there ever will be in terms of the Nationwide Series, the Camping World Truck series, even the Canadian, Corona and Regional racing series. If it’s that bumper-to-bumper aggressive goodness only stock car racing can serve, we cover it and we cover it with pride. From the Richard Petty’s to the Danica Patrick’s, the Jeff Gordons and the Earnhardt Sr.’s and Jr.’s, all the names and mechanics that have grown to make NASCAR and stock car racing the incredible enterprise we know and love today.