You have just earned some speedway points! Congratulate yourself on your recent achievements with the help of this blog post.
If you are new to the program, you might be wondering how to use your points. Keep reading for the answers to your most pressing questions.
How Do I Register My Race?
As discussed above, you have just earned some speedway points, and you are now wondering what to do with them. The first step is to register your race using the link below. When you have registered your race, please take a few minutes to read the FAQs and check out the rules, which can be found here:
I have a lot of questions regarding the speedway points program. Which events do I need to enter in order to make use of my points?
You need to enter all events that you can drive (or co-drive) in in order to make the most of your points. The most important thing to note is that in order to make full use of your speedway points, you must register each and every race and entry. There is no “partial usage” for this program. If you are wondering which events you should enter, please refer to the table above. Keep in mind that each race has its own entry fees, and you will need to pay attention to the rules regarding those as well. Sometimes there are discounts available for various groups, veteran racecar drivers, family, and so on. Check the rules or ask the race organizers if there are any discounts available for this race. You also need to make sure that you are correctly registered in the first place. You can use the team captains tool described below to verify your registration. If you are having trouble, contact the NASCAR Help Desk online or by phone (1-800-662-7226).
What Team Captain Should I Join?
You have just registered your car, and you are now ready to drive and make the most of your points. The next step is to choose a team captain. Your team captain is the person you will be riding with in the car. You can pick one of the drivers below, or create your own team captain. You should choose a person who has a good driving record and has previously co-driven with you. The point of having a team captain is that in case of an accident or mechanical problem, you can work together to fix the problem and continue racing. A team captain also serves as a liaison between you and the race officials. If you have additional drivers, you should consider having one designated driver who is more experienced than the others. This person should be the one to call for a car change if necessary. Once you have picked your captain, you can click here to be taken to the list of drivers.
How Many People Can I Put In My Team?
You have just registered your car, and you have now picked your team captain. You are wondering how many people you can put in your team. You can have any number of drivers on your team, as long as you register them all. So if you have a group of friends or coworkers who are also interested in participating in the speedway points program, you can organize a team. The important thing to note is that you can switch drivers at any time, so long as you have registered them all. This flexibility is one of the main draws of the program.
How Do I Form My Team?
You can form your team by entering a simple group name (e.g., “AARP”, “Team Mom”, “Nascar Friends”, etc.) in the entry box below. This group name will appear next to your team in the driver standings below as well as in any news stories or broadcasts regarding your team.
Is It Possible To Get Scoring Error On My Part?
This is a very important question, and it’s best answered with a resounding “yes!” It’s possible for a scoring error to happen at any time, even if your car is not defective. There are several reasons why this could happen. The first is that the randomization feature of the software could give you the wrong score. This could happen if you are paired with the wrong driver, or if there is an error with the entry form. Another possibility is that the randomization feature did not give you the full allotment of speedway points you were supposed to get. In this case, you will not be able to make the most of your points. If you are not sure whether or not you have received all your points, use the team captains tool discussed below to verify your registration. If you think you have received fewer points than you are actually entitled to, you can contact the NASCAR Help Desk and they will be able to sort things out for you. This is why it is imperative that you register and participate in every race that you enter. By doing this, you will be able to make the most of your speedway points and continue the joy of racing!
How Do I Change My Team Name?
Once you have registered your team, you can choose a new team name. You can also change the name of your captain if you have one. Just remember that you must first change your team name and then enter a new captain below. Once both of these items have been updated, you can click here to be returned to the main page.
How Do I View My Team’s Standings?
Now that you are driving and participating in the speedway points program, you want to know how your team is doing. The easiest way to find this information is by checking the standings. Just click here to view your team’s standings. You can see your position amongst your competitors, as well as the number of points you have earned thus far. You can also track your team’s performance over time by using the compare feature below. This will show you how your team’s performance stacks up against the other teams in the standings.
Will My Team Name Appear In Any Newspaper Or On TV?
The short answer is “yes!” Your team name will appear in newspapers and on TV in relation to your team. There are numerous benefits to having a team name that appears in these places. For example, if you are entered in a car auction and you do not want your name to be revealed, you can enter a fake team name in the registration form below.
Now that you know how to use your speedway points, congratulate yourself on a job well done!