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NASCAR

 (năs′kär′)
abbr.
National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing

NASCAR

or N.A.S.C.A.R.

(ˈnæs kɑr)

n.
National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing.
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During the morning practice session, Karthikeyan's No 60 Chevy Silverado truck blew an engine, forcing him to start the race from the back of the field, as mandated by NASCAR rules.
Under NASCAR rules, Vickers will be forced to the rear of the field for Sunday's 250-lap race.
NASCAR rules require that their cars remain stock in appearance, but advanced aerodynamics play a role in reducing wind drag and improving safety.
As a result, and per NASCAR rules, Gaughan was moved to the last starting spot on the grid because the engine in his truck was not the same one with which he qualified.