NASCAR Fan Research

NASCAR Fan Research

What is the goal of the NASCAR Fan Research? It is to let you, the fans, have your voices heard! As we approach the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (or MENCS for short), you may or may not have seen a recently published article by the Wall Street Journal that illustrates the highs, but mostly lows, of the sport in recent years. Prior to this, I have always wondered if our NASCAR fan base has changed over time. That brings you here, to this article; we would like you to participate in a research study about the sport we all know and love.

All submissions are anonymous and you get the chance to let your voice be heard on the sport. So, if you want to make your voice heard, please take a few minutes to fill out this survey, NASCAR Fan Base Research (click the link to advance to the questionnaire). Once the results are compiled, they will be shared out for all NASCAR fans to see. We can see if our sport has changed, how it has changed, how the fans may have changed, and how fans feel about the sport and leadership.

Now, sit back, relax, and get ready as we are days away from 59th running of the Daytona 500 and another new Chase Playoff system!!

Ashley Hobbs

Birthday: 9 March 1989 (so I do not have to update my age each year)
Location: Florida (Jersey native, born and raised)

What better way to combine 2 of my favorite things, NASCAR and statistics, than providing y'all with an analytical report each weekend during the NASCAR season.

When I am not crunching the numbers, I spend time with my hubby, 3 black cats (Ninja, Daytona, and Chronos), and I watch too much TV, especially Doctor Who. Why yes, I am a geek and proud! So join forces with me and follow my weekly Crunching The Numbers segment. Who knows, I may surprise you!

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