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|North American Sports Car Auto Racing|
|National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing|
|National Association for Sports Car Auto Racing|
|North American Stock Car Auto Racing|
The letters in NASCAR stand for the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing.
|The start of the race only.|
|During the entire race, unless another flag is being displayed.|
|The start of the race and on restarts only.|
|At the end of the race.|
The green flag is waved at the beginning of the race to tell the drivers that it is time to step on the gas and go racing. It is not waved again until the cars need to be restarted after a caution.
A restrictor plate is a square aluminum plate that has four holes drilled into it. It is placed between the carburetor and the intake manifold to reduce the flow of air and fuel into the engine´s combustion chamber. This reduces the car´s horsepower and speed. A restrictor plate is used on superspeedways when slowing down the car in an attempt to prevent accidents.
|Winston Cup Series, Busch Series and Craftsman Truck Series|
|Winston Cup Series, Indy Racing League and Busch Series|
|Formula One, Winston Cup Series and Craftsman Truck Series|
|Busch Series, Craftsman Truck Series and CART|
The three major series in NASCAR are the Winston Cup Series, the Busch Series and the Craftsman Truck Series.
|The amount of gasoline left in the fuel tank.|
|The speed of the vehicle.|
|The number of revolutions an engine makes per minute.|
|The length of a pit stop in seconds.|
Drivers use a tachometer to determine engine speed and performance. It measures the number of revolutions per minute (RPM).
The final seven spots during qualifying for a NASCAR race are reserved for drivers who qualify unsuccessfully during the weekend.
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