NASCAR Sponsorship Quiz

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How many NASCAR series are there?

There are three NASCAR series, and each of them has many, many sponsorship opportunities. <a href="http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/nascar-sponsorship.htm">How NASCAR Sponsorship Works</a>

How are the names of NASCAR series determined?

The name of each series is also subject to change -- that's because the series are named after a sponsor. <a href="http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/nascar-sponsorship.htm">How NASCAR Sponsorship Works</a>

Who pays for race car fuel on racing day?

Racing fuel is free on race day because it is paid for by a sponsor, but NASCAR teams pay a premium for it during practice and testing on the remaining six days of the week. <a href="http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/nascar-sponsorship.htm">How NASCAR Sponsorship Works</a>

Where does the primary sponsor of a race car get to put its logo?

Just as different cuts of meat can vary widely in price, so too can the location of a company's logo on a NASCAR racer. The logo on the hood belongs to the primary sponsor, who also gets to choose the car's paint scheme and the team colors. The rest of it is -- you guessed it -- negotiable. <a href="http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/nascar-sponsorship.htm">How NASCAR Sponsorship Works</a>

Aside from the logo, what else does the primary sponsor of a NASCAR race car get to choose?

The logo on the hood belongs to the primary sponsor, who also gets to choose the car's paint scheme and the team colors. <a href="http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/nascar-sponsorship.htm">How NASCAR Sponsorship Works</a>

As far as associate sponsors are concerned, where is the most expensive place to buy a logo spot on a NASCAR race car?

Associate sponsors are responsible for the fields of stickers that sprawl across the fenders and near the windows. Size and placement influence cost, with the quarter panels being the most expensive place to add a logo. <a href="http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/nascar-sponsorship.htm">How NASCAR Sponsorship Works</a>

How much does it cost to buy a logo spot on the front of or right behind the rear wheel of a NASCAR race car for a full season?

Buying that spot, either right in front of or right behind the rear wheel, for a full season costs $1.5 million. <a href="http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/nascar-sponsorship.htm">How NASCAR Sponsorship Works</a>

After the quarter panel, what is the next most expensive spot to place a logo on a NASCAR race car?

The area called the C-pillar, which is next to the rear window on both sides of the car, is the next most expensive spot. <a href="http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/nascar-sponsorship.htm">How NASCAR Sponsorship Works</a>

How much does a logo in the C-pillar area cost?

A logo in the C-pillar area costs about $500,000 a season. <a href="http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/nascar-sponsorship.htm">How NASCAR Sponsorship Works</a>

Which is the smallest associate sponsorship area on a NASCAR race car?

The B-pillar, which is probably easiest to describe as the area right next to the driver's shoulder, is the smallest associate sponsorship possible. <a href="http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/nascar-sponsorship.htm">How NASCAR Sponsorship Works</a>

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