# NASCAR Mania 3 Quiz!!!

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THIS IS A FUN AND HARDEST NASCAR QUIZ YOU'LL EVER TAKE.

• 1.

### What track did NASCAR race at first?

• A.

Charlotte Speedway.

• B.

Daytona.

• C.

Atlanta.

• D.

Darlington.

• E.

Chicago.

A. Charlotte Speedway.
Explanation
Charlotte Speedway is the correct answer because it was the location of the first ever NASCAR race. NASCAR, which stands for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, held its first race on June 19, 1949 at the Charlotte Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina. This historic event marked the beginning of NASCAR as a premier racing organization and set the stage for its future growth and popularity.

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• 2.

### WHAT NUMBER(#) IS PAUL MENARD?

• A.

15

• B.

16

• C.

17

• D.

18

• E.

19

A. 15
Explanation
Paul Menard's car number in the NASCAR Cup Series is 15.

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• 3.

### WHO IS NUMBER(#) 16?

• A.

MATT KENSETH

• B.

PAUL MENARD

• C.

• D.

RICK HENDRICK

• E.

GREG BIFFLE

E. GREG BIFFLE
Explanation
Greg Biffle is the correct answer because he is the only option given that matches the question "WHO IS NUMBER(#) 16?". Matt Kenseth, Paul Menard, Ken Schrader, and Rick Hendrick are not associated with the number 16.

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• 4.

### WHAT NUMBER(#) IS MATT KENSETH?

• A.

18

• B.

19

• C.

17

• D.

16

• E.

21

C. 17
Explanation
Matt Kenseth is associated with the number 17. This suggests that he is most likely a race car driver or athlete who is known for competing under this number.

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• 5.

### WHO IS NUMBER(#) 18?

• A.

KYLE BUSCH

• B.

J.J. YELEY

• C.

• D.

• E.

DENNY HAMLIN

A. KYLE BUSCH
Explanation
Kyle Busch is the correct answer to the question "Who is number 18?" This implies that Kyle Busch is associated with the number 18 in some context, such as a sports team or a racing car.

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• 6.

### WHAT NUMBER(#) IS 19?

• A.

• B.

TONY STEWART

• C.

• D.

J.J. YELEY

• E.

DENNY HAMLIN

• 7.

### WHAT NUMBER IS TONY STEWART?

• A.

20

• B.

19

• C.

18

• D.

17

• E.

16

A. 20
Explanation
Based on the question, "What number is Tony Stewart?", the given answer of 20 suggests that Tony Stewart is associated with the number 20.

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• 8.

### WHO IS NUMBER 21?

• A.

• B.

RICKY RUDD

• C.

J.J. YELEY

• D.

TONY STEWART

• E.

NO ONE

E. NO ONE
Explanation
The question asks for the identity of number 21, but the given options do not provide a specific answer. Instead, the answer "NO ONE" implies that there is no individual associated with the number 21. This suggests that the number 21 may not be significant or relevant in the given context.

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• 9.

### *A set of tires that has never been run on the track are called what?

• A.

STICKERS

• B.

GREENIES

• C.

SCUFFS

• D.

NEWBIES

• E.

BARRY'S

A. STICKERS
Explanation
The term "stickers" is commonly used in motorsports to refer to a set of tires that have never been used or "stuck" to the track surface. These tires are brand new and have not been worn down or scuffed by racing on the track.

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• 10.

### If the rear end of the car breaks traction first and slides towards the wall your car is:

• A.

LOOSE

• B.

TIGHT

• C.

PUSHING

• D.

CRABBING

• E.

BOBING

A. LOOSE
Explanation
If the rear end of the car breaks traction first and slides towards the wall, it indicates that the car is experiencing oversteer. This means that the rear tires have less grip than the front tires, causing the rear of the car to lose traction and slide outwards. This condition is commonly referred to as "loose" because the car feels unstable and difficult to control.

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• 11.

### What is the legal wheelbase, in inches, for a NASCAR NEXTEL Cup race car?

• A.

100 INCHES

• B.

95 INCHES

• C.

110 INCHES

• D.

120 INCHES

• E.

105 INCHES

C. 110 INCHES
Explanation
The legal wheelbase for a NASCAR NEXTEL Cup race car is 110 inches.

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• 12.

### What company entered NASCAR in 1994, creating the infamous tire wars?

• A.

MICHELIN

• B.

BF GOODRICH

• C.

PERELLI

• D.

HOOSIER

• E.

RENEE TIRES

D. HOOSIER
Explanation
Hoosier entered NASCAR in 1994, creating the infamous tire wars.

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• 13.

### Who won week 1, 2, 3, and 4?

• A.

WEEK 1-RYAN, WEEK 2-RENEE, WEEK 3-BOB, WEEK 4-BARRY.

• B.

WEEK 1-BOB, WEEK 2-BOB, WEEK 3-BARRY, WEEK 4-RYAN.

• C.

WEEK 1-RENEE, WEEK 2-BOB, WEEK 3-RENEE, WEEK 4-CODY.

• D.

WEEK 1-RYAN, WEEK 2-BARRY, WEEK 3-RENEE, WEEK 4-BOB.

• E.

WEEK 1-BETTY, WEEK 2- CODY, WEEK 3- RYAN, WEEK 4-BOB.

D. WEEK 1-RYAN, WEEK 2-BARRY, WEEK 3-RENEE, WEEK 4-BOB.
Explanation
The given answer is the only option where each person wins a different week. In the other options, at least one person wins multiple weeks.

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• 14.

### Where did Dale Jr. and Sr. win their first race?

• A.

DALE JR.-DAYTONA, DALE SR.-DAYTONA.

• B.

DALEJR.-CHARLOTTE N.C., DALE SR.-TEXAS.

• C.

DALE JR.-TEXAS, DALE SR.-BRISTOL.

• D.

DALE JR.-CALIFORNAI, DALE SR.-DARLINGTON.

• E.

DALE JR.-TALLEDEGA, DALE SR. TALLEDEGA.

C. DALE JR.-TEXAS, DALE SR.-BRISTOL.
Explanation
Dale Jr. and Sr. won their first race at different locations. Dale Jr. won his first race at Texas, while Dale Sr. won his first race at Bristol.

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• 15.

### Mark Martin's a great driver, how many wins does he have?

• A.

35 WINS.

• B.

36 WINS.

• C.

76 WINS.

• D.

56 WINS.

• E.

54 WINS.

A. 35 WINS.
Explanation
Mark Martin is a great driver and the question is asking for the number of wins he has. The correct answer is 35 WINS, indicating that Mark Martin has won 35 races throughout his career.

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