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1 We understand the people who go to the movies but not the ones who attend NASCAR RACES.
2 NASCAR does at times seem like little more than pro wrestling with fenders.
3 He envisions selling exclusive broadcast rights for video from the Moon, as well as sponsorships, a la Nascar, for companies to put their logos on the lander.
4 Harrah's, the casino operator that runs the WSOP, has brought in Jeffrey Pollack, a former NASCAR executive, to smooth its image and entice in corporate money.
5 It has a couple of professional sports teams, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, a sleek new light-rail system and a decent but hardly remarkable smattering of museums and theatres.
6 Curving, sloped forms are evocative not only of the dynamic and changing sinuous shape of the racetrack but also of the perception of speed, which is at the heart of the NASCAR spectacle.
7 Some NASCAR teams have merged and selling the right to be a sport's official beer, say, may get harder.
8 Drivers can choose 24-hour endurance races and full championships, select different tracks and cars from Formula One, rally, NASCAR and sports car racing.
9 It is a temple to NASCAR, where 168,000 of the faithful congregate for the biggest race of the season.
10 The 2.5-mile banked track, opened in 1959, is one of two on the NASCAR calendar that use restrictor plates to limit the cars’ top speeds.
11 The stairway was not designed by NASCAR and is not a racetrack.
12 It is the highest level of competition and most popular of all NASCAR series.
13 McCain has been campaigning for votes on the NASCAR circuit. He and his wife, Cindy, are attending a race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
14 Sort of like the difference between a car mechanic and a NASCAR pit crew.
15 The stairway was not designed by NASCAR and not a race track.
16 Research on the NASCAR public relations also contributes for us to fully acknowledging, understanding and evaluation on public relations.
17 successful NASCAR public relations proved its great importance on the development of professional sports organizations, its influence over all aspects of professional sports organizations.
18 He is the principal owner of the Boston Red Sox and co-owner of the Roush Fenway Racing team which competes in Nascar.
19 But NASCAR has to do something to get manufacturers, and fans, excited about the stepchild series, and this could do it.
20 Hopefully, by now he has put on enough weight to become a NASCAR driver.
21 entire NASCAR roster of tracks, teams, and drivers will not be in the game.
22 In this article, we'll find out whether NASCAR is as big an emitter as it seems.
23 NASCAR RACES generally use oval shaped tracks of different lengths that require turns to the left.
24 For many men, tuning up our cars is easier than getting checkups for our health, " NASCAR driver Terry Labonte said in a statement.
25 It was even used to test Nascar vehicles.
26 San Antonio's 4-0 sweep of the offensively challenged Cavs, by comparison, was like watching a NASCAR pit crew change a tire. It was efficient. It was workmanlike. It was methodical.
27 of NASCAR to pull off building one of the United States' largest alt-energy installations.
28 The Talladega Superspeedway motorsports complex hosts a series of NASCAR events.
29 NASCAR was founded by Bill France, Sr. on February 21, 1948, with the help of several other drivers of the time.
30 The first NASCAR "Strictly Stock" race ever was held on June 19, 1949, at Daytona Beach, Florida.