Darrell Waltrip Explains NASCAR Racing
The sport of NASCAR is the most popular form of motor racing in the United States today. Even at the time of this filming (in 1986) NASCAR had an exhausting schedule of more than 30 races running from February through November crisscrossing the United States bringing exciting racing action to millions of fans. Filmed at Pocono, PA and Brooklyn, MI we see NASCAR from the viewpoint of three-time Winston Cup champion Darrell Waltrip and the legendary Junior Johnson.
The NASCAR of those days is described in detail from the chassis, engine and tires to what it takes to win a 500 mile race while slip-streaming the competition at 200 mph in the world’s fastest production derived racing cars. Is it the cars, the drivers or the breathtaking speeds that attracts the millions of fans to NASCAR? Discover the excitement for yourself in this entertaining and informative program.
All DVDs in NTSC format.
Running Time: 27 minutes.