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NASCAR

The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) was founded by William HG France[?] in 1948[?]. Officially incorporated on February 21, its purpose was to organize and promote the sport of stock car racing on sanctioned high-speed oval circuits and a few road courses.

The closest European equivalent is Touring car racing, although the European circuits are not simple ovals.

See also: List of famous NASCAR drivers, NASCAR Championship, Stock car racing



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