Increasing specialization opens up dozens of new jobs

For a look at the many people who prepare cars for each race, here are some key job titles and brief descriptions of the duties for each position.

Updated: September 5, 2007, 1:36 PM ET
By Ellen Siska | Special to ESPN.com

What jobs make up a typical NASCAR Nextel Cup race shop? According to Don Pearsall, president and CEO of RaceJobs.com, the answer is complicated. Pearsall's company, based in Cape Canaveral, Fla., bills itself as "the only full service international employment agency for professional motorsports," filling job openings for teams and placing job seekers in the industry.

"You can have more than 100 different job titles at different shops, and none of the job descriptions are the same," he ...

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