NASCAR is the family-owned automotive racing sport that has its roots dating back to 1948 when the sport began with Bill France Sr., and his grandson, Brian France taking over as CEO in 2003. NASCAR is the sport of stock car racing that governs and sanctions multiple racecar sporting events. It is composed of different owners of teams and their drivers with race being held in 39 of the 50 United States. NASCAR began with its headquarters based in Daytona, Florida but now has bases in three North Carolina cities; Charlotte, Concord, and Conover. The sport is a multi-million dollar sport with many of the drivers being some of the most wealthy sportsmen in any sport. The payouts for the wins can be extremely high and many of the top drivers are have exorbitant net worth’s. The 20 riches NASCAR drivers in history are listed.