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Competition, Search Volume, and Ad Revenue
Nascar and search terms related to Nascar are searched via blog search 687 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 30 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Nascar, should earn roughly $9 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
Globally about $6 is spent advertising against Nascar blogs per day. Use the knowledge of your search ranking and the competition factor to make an informed decision about how much of this market you can capture.
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Common Questions and Answers:
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What Na scar Game Had You Start In The Truck Series And Get To Better Series After You Win?From NA SCAR Forum:
What Na scar game had you start in the truck series and get to better series after you win? I remember one of the Na scar games when you start off as nobody in the truck series and then earn a contract for nationwide and then eventually the Sprint cup series, I really like the part of the game were you progress into higher series by winning and getting better contracts.
Answer: As far as I know, NA SCAR 2005, 2006, 07, 08, and 09 do that, but I've only played those, and Thunder 2002, which doesn't do that. Also, you don't always start in the Truck series. If you don't do the qualifiers, you start in the Wileen modified series and work your way up into the trucks and then further, but the qualifiers can put you in a higher series
Can Na scar Influence The Hotels Surrounding The Tracks During A Race Weekend?From NA SCAR Forum:
Can NA SCAR influence the hotels surrounding the tracks during a race weekend? Can NA SCAR influence the hotels to stop jacking up their prices during a race weekend? It's a win, win situation for both parties. Because NA SCAR can have more people in the grandstand and hotels can be fully booked during those weekends as well making their image look better and also have repeat customers.
Answer: NA SCAR has an indirect affect, as people will be attending the races, most need a place to stay. As far as prices go, the rates usually go up. This is something Folks within Na scar, as well as fans have complained about. For direct affect, the tracks often work with local hotels to offer ticket and room packages to save the fans money. I know my local track, Auto Club Speedway, partnered with Hilton to offer deals, and advertise Hilton at the track and on the track website. There's very little the sanctioning body can do, they run the races, that's it. It's up to the individual race and track promoters to work with local government and businesses to attract fans.
How Come Na scar Hasn'T Done Anything About Toyota'S Dominance Of The Nationwide Series?From NA SCAR Forum:
How come Na scar hasn't done anything about Toyota's dominance of the Nationwide series? In the past Na scar would add an Afro package or restrict or plate to curb manufacturer dominance. Why the hell haven't they done it to Toyota yet? I remember when Pontiac released the new Grandpas and was dominant Na scar couldn't kill their dominance fast enough, the same for Chevy, Ford & Dodge. Why the hell are they allowing Toyota to dominate? Na scar just sucks anymore especially since they started kissing Toyota's ass.
Answer: Yup, you just answered your own question, Nazca hasn't done anything to Toyota because they're busy kissing their asses and counting the money they're getting for their soul.
How Can Na scar Be Considered A Sport When No Physical Activity Takes Place?From NA SCAR Forum:
How can NA SCAR be considered a sport when no physical activity takes place? How? If NA SCAR is considered a sport wouldn't that make pretty much everyone an athlete then?
Answer: First off put anyone in a car designed to go mph and hit walls at the speed they are more then likely to walk away not because they are an "athlete" but because that is what the cars are designed for. I think they consider it a sport because America is becoming lazier as time goes on and people are looking for any excuse to be an athlete. Tuckers drive more miles and climb in and out of their trucks more in one day the a NA SCAR driver does once a week so would they be considered "super athletes" or it may be that the can still pee in a bottle while doing those speeds.
How Much Does It Cost Initially To Purchase A Na scar Racing Car?From Other - Sports Forum:
How much does it cost initially to purchase a Nazca racing car? I am a big fan of Nazca and was wondering how much the in ital investment would be to get a car and get on the track. like, do you have to have one built or can you buy a racing car. How do you get a driver? Also any information I am forgetting to ask about would be helpful.
Answer: People usually build cars themselves and hire drivers. There are also fees that NA SCAR imposes for entering and regulations. It's a huge gamble as this could all be a bust as you aren't guaranteed in any races; you must qualify to enter the field. The stars you see on the track every week merely have the resources to make the field every week. The only income comes in the form of prize money unless you have a sponsor.
Why Did Na scar Drivers Not Get Interested In Safety Improvements Until The Death Of Dale Earnhardt?From NA SCAR Forum:
Why did NA SCAR drivers not get interested in safety improvements until the death of Dale Earnhardt? During the previous season NA SCAR had three drivers die because of a basal skull fracture. Why did the vast majority of drivers not make any major after that season?
Answer: The drivers don't really have any say in safety improvements. But if you follow racing you will see in the past that usually cars aren't made safer until someone dies in a crash and a design flaw is found. But when Dale Sr died, one of, if not the greatest driver of all time, NA SCAR said enough was enough and made these cars way more safer. Plus you gotta remember Earnhardt was a stubborn man. He liked movement and the Hans device restricted it. NA SCAR gave out the Hans devices at the start of the 2001 season, it was optional to wear. Now it's mandatory.
What Do Na scar Drivers Do During The Race If They Have To Pee?From NA SCAR Forum:
What do NA SCAR drivers do during the race if they have to pee? I'm wondering what NA SCAR drivers do if they have to pee during a race that lasts for hours. Do they have some way of relieving themselves in the car?
Answer: they can't skip drinking fluids before the race. auto racing takes a lot of fluids out of the body. I know F drivers lose more than 10 pounds of body weight during a race because of fluids lost. NA SCAR drivers could be somewhere around 5. its very hot in the car. they may not have to pee at all with all the fluid loss. but if they do they do in their suit.
What Is The Best Way To Market A Website Towards Na scar Fans?From Other - Advertising & Marketing Forum:
What is the best way to market a website towards Nazca fans? I have a website I'd like to expose to Nazca fans and want to know a few creative ways to reach them. I'm not sure what magazines would be best and would not be opposed to going to a few races and setting up a booth. Can you think of any other ideas?
Answer: NA SCAR is a great niche to work on but there is a lot of competition. I suggest that you focus on one particular aspect of NA SCAR racing to promote, then: write some articles and submit them to article directories(include a link to your site in the resource) start a bog and start talking about NA SCAR Create a Squid lens about nascar buy some PCP traffic through Go ogle adwords join NA SCAR forums and make lots of posts(Again, use link in signiture) That should get you started! Best of luck
What Parts Of The Na scar Car Actually Belongs To The Manufacturers?From NA SCAR Forum:
What parts of the NA SCAR car actually belongs to the manufacturers? With the body design regulated by NA SCAR, the tires by Goodyear and the gas by Sync which parts of the car is actually designed and built by Ford, Chevy, Chrysler, or Toyota? I'm guessing it might be the engine and tranny? Any people in the know?
Answer: The engine blocks are about the only thing made by the manufacturer, and even they are special race-only parts. The heads, intake, and the rotating assembly are all aftermarket, or come from the individual race shop. The tranny's are aftermarket pieces made by such companies as Jericho, Brinn, Bert, or a bunch of other tyranny manufacturers. The rear-ends are 9" Ford, but that's in name only. NASCAR's Cup series hasn't used a stock 9" Ford rear-end in over 25 years, or one made by Ford for that matter. For those of you saying that the stickers come from the manufacturer, you are sadly mistaken. They are done either in-house, or bought from a decal maker/vinyl graphics company, such as the one I run. I made a new set of Fusion headlights, grill, Ford oval, name badge (Fusion), and fog lights just last week for our car. Someone else mentioned that the noses come from the manufacturer. Yes they come from **A** manufacturer, but they are not made by Ford, Dodge, Chevy, nor Toyota. They come from companies such as Performance Bodies, 5-Star, or any of a hundred other racing body manufacturers. Yes, I know that the teams make their own bodies...at least for the most part...but they still get their noses from places such as those I listed. How do I know? There's one sitting behind me as I am typing this. It says "Performance Bodies" right on the back of it. BTW... David W is right...the trunk lid is a stock piece (or at least it was on the last generation cars) straight from Ford, Chevy, Dodge, and Toyota. The hood is a skin that is modified from a factory piece (the strengtheners are removed, and round steel rod is welded to the underside to stiffen it). the roof's, if they are factory, are just skins, but the last I know, they were fabricated by the individual race shops.
How Does A Person Find A Particular Song That Aired On TV During A Na scar Race?From NA SCAR Forum:
How does a person find a particular song that aired on TV during a NA SCAR race? Is there a place to search all music played by NA SCAR on Fox that aired during the race, specifically right before they went to commercials. I've been combing the Internet and other sources to find a song that was played back on April 6, 2008-The Sam sung 500.
Answer: Try Na scar.com...sometimes they have the music title and artists from the races.
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