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Encyclopedia > Driver development program

A Driver development program is a program used by NASCAR in order to develop younger drivers. It usually consists of a team signing a driver to a multi-year contract in which they run in minor-league racing divisions, (i.e. ARCA, Late Model) and gradually work up to the higher ranks of NASCAR. ... Arsk (Tatar: Ar a //; Russian: Арск /arsk/) is a town in northern-eastern Tatarstan, Russia. ...


Teams currently using the driver development program

Akins Motorsports is a NASCAR team based in Mooresville, North Carolina, which is near Charlotte. ... Bobby Hamilton (born May 29, 1957 in Nashville, Tennessee) is a driver and owner in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series circuit. ... The #8 EasyCare Dodge at California Speedway. ... Brewco Motorsports is a team in the NASCAR Busch Series. ... This article lacks information on the subject matters importance. ... Chip Ganassi Racing is a racing orginization with teams in NASCAR, Champ Cars, and the IRL. It is owned by businessman Chip Ganassi and the Target Corporation. ... Kevin Hamlin(born June 22, 1979 in Snohomish, Washington) is a race car driver. ... Sorenson drives at Darlington Raceway during the 2005 BI-LO 200. ... David Stremme from South Bend, IN was born June 19, 1977. ... Dale Earnhardt Inc. ... Martin Truex, Jr. ... Evernham Motorsports is a racing team in NASCAR that currently has Jeremy Mayfield, Kasey Kahne, and Bill Elliott as its drivers. ... Erin Crocker(born in Wilbraham, Massachusetts) is a driver for Evernham Motorsports driver development program. ... Anthony Joseph (A.J.) Foyt IV (born May 25, 1984 in Hockley, Texas) is an American race car driver in the Indy Racing League. ... Tommy Lane(born August 2, 1975 in Passaic, New Jersey), is a race car driver and a member of Evernham Motorsports driver development program. ... Hendrick Motorsports is a group of NASCAR racing teams started by Rick Hendrick in 1984 under the name All Star Racing. ... Adrian Fernandez from Mexico City (Mexico) was born April 20, 1963. ... Kyle Krisiloff is a race car driver. ... Joe Gibbs Racing (also known as JGR) is a group of NASCAR racing teams owned by Joe Gibbs. ... MB2/MBV Motorsports (founded in 1996) is a NASCAR Nextel Cup Series team based in Concord, North Carolina, which is near Charlotte. ... Richard Childress Racing is a NASCAR team fielding Chevys for Kevin Harvick(#29 Goodwrench), Dave Blaney(#07 Jack Daniels), and Jeff Burton(#31 Cingular) in the Nextel Cup series, as well as the #2 AC Delco Chevy for Clint Bowyer and the #21 Reeses Chevy for Harvick and... Sarah Marie Fisher (died October 4, 1980) is a race car originally from Commercial Point, Ohio. ... Robert Yates Racing is a NASCAR racing team based in Mooresville, North Carolina, which is near Charlotte. ... Roush Racing is one of the premiere racing teams of NASCAR. It was founded in 1988 as a branch of owner Jack Roushs successful automotive engineering and road-racing equipment business based in Livonia, Michigan. ... Todd Kluever from Sun Prairie, Wisconsin was born July 6, 1978. ... Wood Brothers It is family owned and family run. ... Jon Wood Jon Wood is a NASCAR driver who is the grandson of Glen Wood, one of the famous Wood Brothers who founded what has become Nextel Cups longest continuously active team. ...

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Development stage - definition of Development stage in Encyclopedia (593 words)
Developers release them to a group of beta testers (or, sometimes, to the general public) for a user test.
Usually developers of freeware or open-source betas release them to the general public while proprietary betas go to a relatively small group of testers.
Since this is the second major stage in the development cycle, following the alpha stage, it is named after the Greek letter beta, the second letter in the Greek alphabet.
NASCAR.com - Sponsors reap benefits of driver development - Feb 2, 2005 (1010 words)
Driver development is something you've heard much about over the past few seasons, but it now qualifies as a full-blown trend.
Driver development is as much about broadening the sponsor base as it is about developing talent for the future.
That is the essence of a driver development program.
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