Rally Car Racing

Rally car racing (also known as rallying, prorally, stage rallying, or rally racing) that differs from other forms of motorsport racing in that the cars race in time trials. This means that they are focusing on speed and racing against the clock instead of in head to head competition with other participants. The races are held on closed tracks (often dirt or gravel roads) and generally contain many twists and turns, it is for this reason that both a driver and co-driver or navigator is needed. There are two main types of rallying; road rallies, and stage rallies.

Stock Car Racing

Stock car racing is an extremely popular category of automobile racing, particularly in North America. The main governing body of stock series, NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing), oversees more than 1500 races at over 100 tracks across 39 states in America, and in Canadian locations. Founded in 1948, the company sanctions most of the top-level stock car racing series in the world including the Xfinity Series, Monster Energy NASCAR cup Series, Camping World Truck Series, the Whelen All-American Series, Whelen Modified Tour, NASCAR iRacing.com Series, and the NASCAR Local Racing Series.