Jul 14, 2016 ... Statistic Verification Source: NASCAR, Columbia Business, Sports ... Take the
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Jan 17, 2015 ... 3 in 4 people in the NASCAR demographic are 35+. ... and Hispanics are 20%
less likely to follow the sport when compared to Caucasians. ... In many ways, the
NASCAR demographic is looking for a Hail Mary pass that will ...
Jul 1, 2016 ... It's rare to find two people with the same opinion. ... Much like the housing market,
NASCAR experienced a bubble in the mid-2000s. ..... Consumption habits are
changing, and it's easy to follow a race via mobile device from ...
Jul 1, 2016 ... Fans explain why they stopped attending NASCAR races. Jeff Gluck , USA
TODAY ... Sometimes they'd follow the circuit for two or three weeks at a time.
They were passionately ... There are just so many things involved, but there are a
lot of disenfranchised, disheartened people like us.” Follow Gluck on ...
4 days ago ... But unlike the NBA, NASCAR has a much more fan-friendly and ... with fans able
to follow each team's Twitter account and access teams' radio ...
Jan 6, 2017 ... Fontana Continues Losing Streak for NASCAR on Fox . ... They had much more
information at their disposal than the fan did at home. ... there's a domino effect
for people to then watch Phoenix and beyond," said Warfield. ... The number of
ways in which the NASCAR fan can follow the sport has tripled says ...
Feb 27, 2012 ... Additionally, drivers come to NASCAR from many other types of racing. ... adults,
or 75 million people, and countless kids are NASCAR fans.
NASCAR tracks don't release attendance figures, but if you figure an average
attendance of 100,000 fans (likely low) for each race (36 per season) 3.6M.
Aug 2, 2013 ... That's why it is staggering to me that NASCAR's new TV deals with NBC ... And
even in the South, where I live now, city dwellers tend to follow ...