The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, abbreviated as NASCAR, is an American racing operator that is best known for stock-car racing. Tracing its origins to bootlegging during prohibition, when drivers ran bootleg whiskey in small, fast cars to evade police, stock car racing eventually went legit when NASCAR was founded in 1948. With a storied, decades long history that has seen drivers like Dale Earnhardt, Richard Petty and Jeff Gordon come and go, NASCAR is still America's go-to source for stock car racing action.
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