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- Article requests : See all here
- Assess : See all here
- Cleanup : Days of Thunder, Rusty Wallace, NASCAR Thunder 2003, Bill Weber, Wood Brothers Racing, Amber Cope
- Copyedit : NASCAR, Dale Earnhardt, 2010 Aaron's 499, Mark Martin
- Expand : Road course ringer, BAM Racing, Greg Erwin, Donnie Wingo, 2008 Daytona 500, 1991 Daytona 500, Ken Schrader Racing, Win-Tron Racing, Venturini Motorsports
- Maintain : 2020 NASCAR Cup Series, 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series, 2020 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, 2020 ARCA Menards Series, 2020 ARCA Menards Series East, 2020 ARCA Menards Series West, eNASCAR Pro Invitational Series
- NPOV : Criticism of NASCAR, RahMoc Enterprises, Mara Reyes, NAPA Auto Parts 200, NASCAR Kinetics
- Photo : see all here
- Stubs : See all here
- Verify : NASCAR rules and regulations, 2008 Dickies 500, Frank Cicci Racing, Scott Lagasse Jr.
- Other : More
New article requestsEdit
For all articles created, please make sure they are notable under WP:NMOTORSPORT or WP:GNG, inclusion on this list does not imply notability.
Add drivers to Category:NASCAR drivers, crew chiefs to Category:NASCAR crew chiefs and owners to Category:NASCAR team owners after creating. Other people associated with NASCAR can be placed in the main Category:NASCAR people category.
- Wayne Anderson (NASCAR Modified driver) - 1994 NASCAR Modified Tour champion from Long Island; not same person as Wayne Anderson, late model and part-time Cup/Busch/Truck driver from Florida. (Disambiguation page will be needed.)
- Lenny Boehler - Six-time NASCAR Modified champion car owner (National Modified Champion 1967-69, FMS Champion 1994-96.)
- Ray Duhigg - NASCAR Pioneer, 26 Top Ten finishes, 8th in Points in 1952.
- Jay Fogleman - 19 Xfinity Series starts with 2 Top 10. Also had 10 wins, 78 Top 5 and 118 Top 10 in 200 races in the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series. Father of Tate Fogleman.
- Danny Graves (racing driver) - 1 Cup win in 1957
- Royce Haggerty - 1 Cup win and pole in 1956
- Tony Hirschman Jr. - Five-time Whelen Modified Tour champion (Note: This is not the same person that is Kyle Busch's spotter, that is his son, Tony Hirschman III.)
- John Kieper - 1 Cup win in 1956
- Jimmy Lawson (racing driver)- 113 Nationwide starts, top ten points finishes
- John Linville- 136 Xfinity starts, also is DeLana Harvick's father
- Charlie Luck- Over 100 Xfinity starts, many top ten point finishes
- Chuck Mahoney - 1950, NASCAR pioneer, finished 7th in points
- Rick Martin - Race car driver not the hockey player, won the 1987 Busch North Series race at Seekonk Speedway and has competed in several other NASCAR sanction races in the modified series
- Billy Myers - 2 Cup wins in 1956
- Bill Norton (racing driver)- 1 Cup win in 1951
- Mark Petty - Son of Maurice Petty, has 9 Truck Series starts with 1 Top-10. Former chassis specialist for Red Horse Racing.
- Marvin Porter - 2 Cup wins in 1957 and 1960
- Brian Ross (American racing driver, born 1944) - 2 Cup starts (plus 1 DNQ), 3 Xfinity starts (plus 3 DNQ's), 6 ARCA starts, 41 Busch North starts with 1 win, 6 Top-5 and 10 Top-10, 136 Whelen Modified Tour starts with 7 wins, 50 Top-5, 79 Top-10 and 4 pole-positions. (Disambiguation page will be needed since there's other NASCAR driver called Brian Ross.)
- John Settlemyre - 1 Xfinity win
- Bob Shreeves- Had 29 top ten and 9 top five race finishes in the Xfinity Series in the 1980's
- Wayne Smith (racing driver) - 123 career starts
- John Soares (racing driver) - 1 Cup win in 1954 (Sr. not Jr.)
- Bugs Stevens - won three consecutive NASCAR National Modified Championships in 1967-69. There's a published reliable source book by Bones Bourcier from Coastal 181 Press. Another source is: Dodge, Herb, "Bugs Stevens", Stock Car Racing (ISSN 0734-7340), Volume 23, Number 2, February 1988.
- Jesse James Taylor - 1951, finished 7th in points
- Donald Thomas - Brother of Herb Thomas; 1 career win (however, his brother drove car to victory lane), and 9th in points in 1952.
- Tommy Thompson (NASCAR racing driver) - 1 Cup win in 1951
- Joe Thurman - Earned 31 top ten and 6 top five race finishes in the 1980's in the Xfinity Series
- Art Watts - 1 Cup win in 1957
- Brian Weber - Made 20 Xfinity Series starts and 3 Truck Series starts
- Danny Weinberg - 1 Cup win in 1951
- Drew White (racing driver) - Ran part-time in ARCA in the 1990's and early-to-mid-2000's, also made 7 Xfinity starts in 2001 (plus 1 NXS DNQ in 2002 and 2003)
Wives/spouses of driversEdit
- Kim Burton - Jeff Burton's wife and Harrison Burton's mom, also is Ward Burton's sister in-law and Jeb Burton's aunt
- Ashley Busch - Kurt Busch's third and current wife, she is also a polo (horseback riding) athlete and also owns a clothing business called Monarch Reign, née Van Metre
- Samantha Busch - Kyle Busch's wife, KBM co-owner, also owns a clothing business called Avanti and works with the Bundle of Joy Foundation (is currently a redirect to her husband's article, remove redirect if she gets an article)
- Amy Earnhardt - Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s wife, née Reimann
- Sherry Pollex - Martin Truex Jr.'s longtime girlfriend (talk about her ovarian cancer battle and her work with stuff like the MTJ Foundation, SherryStrong, Catwalk for a Cause, etc.)
Add to Category:NASCAR tracks, and to the "Defunct or inactive tracks" section of List of NASCAR race tracks, after creating.
- All of the tracks here 
- Douglas County Speedway - The West Series currently has a race at this track, located in Roseburg, Oregon. The West Series raced here from 2002 to 2010 before returning to the schedule in 2016. Derek Kraus has won the last two races here.
- Kingsport Speedway - Hosted 3 Cup races between 1969 and 1971. Also hosted 1 Southeast Series event and 5 CARS Tour events. Race results can be seen here.
- Meridian Speedway (Idaho) - The West Series currently has a race at this track, located in (as the name suggests) Meridian, Idaho. This is the track that Hailie Deegan won her first NASCAR race at in 2018. This track is also notable for the yellow water tower right next to it, and a replica of it is on the track's winner's trophies.
- White Mountain Motorsports Park - Hosted 2 K&N East races between 1993 and 1994. Will host a Whelen Modified Tour event in 2020. Also hosted 19 ACT Late Model Tour races. Race results can be seen here.
Add to Category:NASCAR teams after creating. Articles needing to be written for current teams can be found on the List of NASCAR teams.
- Austin Hill Racing - Before Hill raced for the Young's Motorsports and Hattori teams in the Truck Series, he competed with his own team in the both the East/West (No. 22) and Truck Series (No. 20). (Article is currently a draft: click here.)
- Fast Track Racing - Making it a separate article that is not a redirect to driver Andy Hillenburg's article. The team has been in ARCA
- Mike Harmon Racing - Making it a separate article that is not a redirect to driver Mike Harmon's article. Their Xfinity Series No. 74 team has been around for almost a decade now
- Kimmel Racing - Longtime ARCA team, currently fields the No. 69. The team also had 1 Truck Series start. (Article is currently a draft: click here.)
Add to Category:Defunct NASCAR teams after creating. Articles needing to be written for current teams can be found on the List of NASCAR teams.
- Clement Racing - This was the team that fielded the No. 46 in ARCA in the 2000's with Frank Kimmel where he won 9 championships (8 of them consecutives) for them. (Article is currently a draft: click here.)
- Medford Speed - Former team or sponsor for J.D. McDuffie and James Hylton.
- Reiser Racing - Former team with 189 starts include 12 wins and 9 pole positions in Xfinity Series with drivers that include Matt Kenseth, Clay Rogers, and Boris Said.
- Roulo Brothers Racing - Former NASCAR and ARCA Racing Series team. The team is most notable for their time in the ARCA Racing Series with 401 starts, 32 wins and 25 pole-positions including a championship in 2012 with Chris Buescher. They also ran 7 Cup series races with drivers including Chuck Bown, Scott Lagasse Sr., Jim Sauter, Dick Trickle and Rich Bickle.
- Wegner Racing - Former team with 14 starts include a win and a pole position in the Xfinity Series with drivers that include Bobby Labonte and Matt Kenseth and 8 starts in the Truck Series
- Sioux Chief Showdown - Rebranded in 2020, these are 10 races within the ARCA Menards Series schedule that have an additional points standings and champion crowned at the end of those 10 races. (Article is currently a draft: click here.)
- Braun Racing
- Johnson racing family (Jimmie, Jarit and Jessie Johnson, their father Gary might have also raced motorcycles)
- MacDonald Motorsports
- Robby Gordon Motorsports (because other drivers such as P. J. Jones and Kevin Conway drove for Robby in a second car for his team)
- Rusty Wallace Racing
- The Racer's Group (includes TRG Motorsports which competed in Truck and Cup until 2011)
Articles that need to be copy-editedEdit
- Dale Earnhardt - Needs to be more formal, especially the history section. Needs constant patrol against vandals and overexuberant fans.
- Mark Martin - This article is a mess, reads poorly, and needs major expansion, especially about his pre-Roush years.
Articles that need to be expandedEdit
News media people, etc.Edit
- All seasons between 1949 and 1978 - Missing teams, incomplete informations, standings and schedule.
- All seasons between 1979 and 1982, 1984, all seasons between 1986 and 1990, 1994 - Incomplete teams, informations and standings.
- 1983 - Incomplete teams
- 1985, all seasons between 1991 and 1993, 1995, all seasons between 1997 and 1999 and all seasons between 2001 and 2008 - Incomplete or missing standings.
- 1982-1983 - Missing or incomplete teams and standings.
- All seasons between 1988 and 1993, all seasons between 1996 and 1999, 2001 - Missing or incomplete teams, standings and schedule.
- 1994-1995, 2000, 2002-2003 - Missing or incomplete standings and schedule
- All seasons between 2005 and 2010 - Missing or incomplete standings
- 1995 - Incomplete teams
- 1996 and 2000 - Incomplete or missing teams and schedule
- All seasons between 1997 and 1999, 2001 - Incomplete or missing teams, standings and schedule
- All seasons between 2002 and 2005, 2008 - Incomplete or missing standings and schedule
- 2006-2007, 2009-2010 - Missing or incomplete standings
- All seasons between 2007 and 2009 - Missing teams, incomplete informations and standings.
Whelen Modified TourEdit
- 2019 - Incomplete teams and standings.
- All seasons between 2007 and 2013 - Incomplete or missing teams, standings and schedule.
- All seasons between 2005 and 2008 - Incomplete or missing teams and standings.
- 2019 - Missing teams and standings.
- All seasons between 2009 and 2012 - Incomplete teams.
Whelen Euro SeriesEdit
- All seasons between 2012 and 2014 - Incomplete or missing teams and standings.
ARCA Racing SeriesEdit
- All seasons beteen 2005 and 2013 - Incomplete or missing teams, informations and standings.
- Autodrome Chaudière (could use more sources)
- Barrie Speedway (could use more sources)
- Chemung Speedrome (needs sources, there's none in the whole article)
- Columbia Speedway (could use more sources)
- Delaware Speedway (needs sources, there's none in the whole article)
- Edmonton International Raceway (could use more sources)
- El Dorado Speedway (needs sources, there's only one in the whole article)
- Heartland Park Topeka (could use more sources)
- Kawartha Speedway (needs sources, there's none in the whole article)
- Kentucky Motor Speedway (short track) (needs sources, there's only one in the whole article)
- Langhorne Speedway (could use more sources)
- Las Vegas Motor Speedway - Cleanup
- Mansfield Motor Speedway (could use more sources)
- Martinsville Speedway - Cleanup
- Michigan International Speedway - Cleanup
- Motoplex Speedway (needs sources, there's none in the whole article)
- Motordrome Speedway (needs more sources, there's only ones from the track's website in the whole article)
- Motor Mile Speedway (could use more sources)
- Myrtle Beach Speedway (could use more sources)
- New Egypt Speedway (needs sources, there's none in the whole article)
- Riverside Park Speedway (needs sources, there's only one in the whole article)
- Spencer Speedway (needs sources, there's none in the whole article)
- Texas Motor Speedway - Cleanup
- World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway - See the notice at the top of the article
Articles that need to be continuously updatedEdit
Articles that need imagesEdit
There are too many to count, but this list includes some notable people that should get images on their pages and don't have one yet.
Note: A good source to find images not on Wikimedia is on www.flickr.com's creative commons section (attribution and attribution-ShareAlike sections).
Articles that need results wikitablesEdit
Note: Due to the lengthy nature of this list, drivers' names are listed in alphabetical order by last name. You can search in Category:NASCAR drivers to see if a driver needs a results wikitables. Add new entries in alphabetical order.
- Eddie MacDonald - K&N East, K&N West and Whelen Modified Tour
- Randy MacDonald - K&N East, Pinty's Series and ARCA Racing Series
- Jerry Marquis - K&N East and Whelen Modified Tour (2000 champion)
- Mark Martin - ARCA Racing Series
- Thomas Martin - K&N West
- Banjo Matthews - Cup and Convertible Division
- Chase Mattioli - Xfinity, Truck, K&N East and ARCA Racing Series
- Roy Mayne - Cup
- Dick McCabe - Cup, Xfinity, K&N East (2-time champion) and Whelen Modified Tour
- Joey McCarthy - K&N East
- Jeff McClure - Cup, Xfinity, Truck and ARCA Racing Series
- Mike McLaughlin - K&N East and Whelen Modified Tour (1988 champion)
- Sam McQuagg - Cup
- John Mickel - Truck
- L. W. Miller - Xfinity, Truck, K&N East, ARCA Racing Series, Whelen Modified Tour and Whelen Southern Modified Tour
- Clyde Minter - Grand National Series
- Kelly Moore - Xfinity and K&N East (all-time wins and pole positions leader)
- Rob Morgan - Truck and K&N West
- Rob Moroso - K&N East
- Philip Morris - Xfinity and Truck
- Bobby Myers - Cup and Convertible Division
- Burt Myers - Whelen Modified Tour and Whelen Southern Modified Tour (2-time champion)