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A Brief History of NASCAR Racing
NASCAR was created in Post-war era 1948. Since new cars were in short supply at the time, the NASCAR founders proclaimed that NASCAR cars could only be those that could be purchased from a car dealer and driven by a typical American driver. They could have no major changes. Tuning up the car engine was permitted, and seatbelts were commonly made from rigging or aircraft harnesses, but few NASCAR racers added roll bars. In the early years, borrowed NASCAR cars were used at times, for drivers who wanted to increase their points but did not have their own cars to use for racing.
The first "high performance" parts to be used in the supply cars were dedicated tires. In 1952, the Pure Oil Company developed a tire purposely for stock NASCAR car racing. Because they were used to support safety, the modification was permitted. NASCAR wasn’t much older though, before more modifications crept in. Since the cars had to use production-line parts, manufacturers began offering high performance, or “severe usage,” merchandise to their usual clients in order to make them allowable in NASCAR races. Two way radios, introduced to NASCAR at the 1952 Modified-Sportsman race at Daytona Beach racing, soon became normal equipment. Other developments implemented to give NASCAR cars performance were new car engines, aluminum disc brakes, and iron roll-cages. Today’s stock NASCAR cars are quite different from their predecessors. NASCAR fans buy NASCAR tickets from Barry’s tickets!