The teams below all compete in NASCAR at various levels, from the NASCAR Cup Series to the NASCAR Xfinity Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Organizations are limited to a maximum of four cars in the NASCAR Cup Series. Click on each NASCAR racing team to learn more about the organization, and click on each driver to learn more about the individual behind the wheel.
NASCAR Team FAQs
How many NASCAR teams are there?
There are 17 full-time teams in the NASCAR Cup Series. Hendrick Motorsports, Joe Gibbs Racing and Stewart-Haas Racing all field four-car teams, the maximum allowed in NASCAR.
What makes up a NASCAR team?
A NASCAR team is limited to four cars in each of the NASCAR national series. Teams mostly utilize one manufacturer (Chevrolet, Ford, Toyota) for all of their cars, but have a different car number and crew chief for each driver. Different teams that share the same manufacturer often work together in an alliance.
How many teams can a NASCAR owner have?
A NASCAR owner typically fields one team, but it can compete across all three NASCAR national series. For example, Joe Gibbs Racing has a NASCAR Cup Series operation and a NASCAR Xfinity Series program.
How many cars can a NASCAR team have?
A NASCAR team can have a maximum of four full-time cars.