NASCAR spells it all out with Offical Entry Blank
Earning a maximum amount on race day also depends on getting paperwork, such as the Official Entry Blank, filled out properly and submitted on time.
Have you ever read the finishing order to a Sprint Cup race where the payout is listed and wondered why the 37th place finisher was shown making more money than many of the drivers who finished ahead of him? Perhaps tens of thousands of dollars more?
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