NASCAR engine and the “secrets” behind its making!
NASCAR is an acronym for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing and is one of the most popular spectating sports in the world. The widely popular vehicles that fans go crazy about are modeled after certain American-made 4-door passenger cars. The most important difference between the NASCAR cars and these ones are the engines.
NASCAR engine – What makes it different and how it’s made!
Because this event is one of the oldest ones, it has certain rules and traditions regarding the builds and their engines. This organization demands the racing vehicles to feature a so-called push rod engine. Designing this kind of engine takes about a year. Needless to say, modeling and building such engines is not a piece of cake. So, what does it take to build one? How do they design and make a NASCAR engine? Check out the video below to find out!