Table of contents for NASCAR for dummies / Mark Martin with Beth Tuschak.


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Introduction. Part I: NASCAR 101. Chapter 1: NASCAR Racing – The Best Sport Around. Chapter 2: The Big Business of NASCAR. Chapter 3: Understanding the Different NASCAR Series. Part II: What Makes It Stock Car Racing? Chapter 4: What Makes Them Stock Cars? Chapter 5: The Rules of the Road. Chapter 6: Working Together: The Race Team. Chapter 7: Who’s in the Driver’s Seat? Part III: What Happens on (and off) the Track. Chapter 8: First, They Gotta Qualify. Chapter 9: Passing, Drafting, and Other Race Day Strategies. Chapter 10: Making Pit Stops. Chapter 11: Keeping Racing Safe. Chapter 12: Winning It All: Making It to Victory Lane and the Championship. Part IV: Keeping Up with NASCAR Events. Chapter 13: Getting the Lowdown on Each NASCAR Track. Chapter 14: Heading Out for a Weekend at the Track. Chapter 15: Tracking NASCAR Events from the Comfort of Home. Part V: The Part of Tens. Chapter 16: The Greatest NASCAR Drivers of All Time. Chapter 17: Ten Can’t-Miss Races of the Year. Chapter 18: NASCAR’s Young Stars. Part VI: Appendixes. Appendix A: NASCAR Jargon. Appendix B: NASCAR Statistics. Appendix C: Race Car Numbers. Appendix D: NASCAR Milestones. Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Stock car racing -- United States.
NASCAR (Association)
Winston Cup.