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Mar 14, 2019 4:06 PM 4+ day ago

Everyone knows what NASCAR stands for, right? It stands for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. For those who do not know the rules of racing, stock cars are production line cars; the kind of cars average people can buy at dealers. However, NASCAR racers are heavily modified for racing the circuits, though they are nowhere as fast as the Formula racers the rest of the world follows more closely.

Of course, while NASCAR is a legitimized sanctioning and operating company, the origins of stock car racing on the domestic soil are far murkier than just winning cups and glory. Stock car racing basically came to rise during the prohibition era, when bootleggers regularly had to outrun the cops and get their moonshine delivered to make a profit, rather than be put behind bars. Cars began to get modified with engine swaps, transmission upgrades, and the works. Once prohibition ended and everything became legalized, there were many of these ...

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