NASCAR Operation Pit Stop: The board game features a 56 car surrounded by an empty race track. This race car is yellow with blue and red paint. Players compete against a clock to perform the fastest pit stops. Two to four people can play the NASCAR Operation Pit Stop game. The object of the game is to get to the finish line first while performing pit stops. Players draw cards at random to determine parts that have to be removed from the car during their pit stop.
Adults and kids will find excitement in playing this board game. There are eleven car parts to be removed including a tire, wrench, hose, fire extinguisher, gas can, piston, fan belt, air wrench, squeegee, screw, and thumbs up. Removing these parts incorrectly sets off an alarm that makes air wrench sounds. The repercussions are time penalties and could be the race. Some sports fan stores price this NASCAR board game at $25 but you can find it for as low as $7.99. There is also a Dale Earnhardt Jr. Edition and Jeff Gordon Edition available for the same price.
NASCAR the DVD Board Game: Using the DVD board game, players race to get to the checkered flag while being tested on their knowledge of NASCAR racing. This NASCAR board game is sold at toy stores, sports fan retailers and through private sellers. The discount chain, Target has also sold this board game. It includes a double sided board featuring one short track and one long track. The game also includes four car pawns, a DVD, die, note pads and pencils.
The DVD adds over 350 challenges to the racetrack and features the voice of race car driver Bobby Allison. The object of the game is to be the first player to complete a lap and enter victory lane. The NASCAR the DVD Board Game can be found for under $15. It is one of the NASCAR board games that can be played with the whole family. Some stores may sell this board game cheaper than private sellers and auctioneers.
Winston Cup NASCAR Team Trivia Game: One of those hard to find NASCAR board games, the Winston Cup trivia game is for adults. Four to six players can play or teams ages 21 and up. The Winston Cup NASCAR Team Trivia Game was produced in limited quantity. It comes in a large red box features a board, trivia cards and a spinner. Players will learn about the early days of racing and pioneers of the sport. It costs between $29.95 and $90 on various websites.
Coca-Cola NASCAR Racing Board Game: This racing game features eight NASCAR drivers on the front cover along with the Coca-Cola logo. Players pick the numbers of laps, cars and their favorite driver to simulate stock car racing and head to victory lane. The available section is from the Coca-Cola family of racing drivers. This NASCAR board game features a red and black checkered board with a three-lane race track. The game also comes with cards, die and small cars to move around the track. The Coca-Cola NASCAR Racing Board Game costs between $14.99 and $19.99.
NASCAR Champions Racing Board Game: This game seems a bit more involved than some of the other NASCAR board games. It requires that players roll five dice, select three and then pick a card which will give them further instructions. The dice are numbers and have different colors representing cars on the race track board. Race care drivers included in this board game are Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt, Dale Jarrett, Bobby Labonte, Kenny Wallace, Ward Burton and Mike Skinner. The NASCAR Champions Racing Board Game can be found between $8 and $15.
NASCAR Nextel Chase for the Cup Game: Listed as one of the more modern NASCAR board games, the Nextel Chase for the Cup Game costs around $35. Players try to cross the finish line for the 10 races that make up the chase. Instead of cars, players are represented by pieces shaped like NASCAR drivers. They move around the board and collect chips for every race that they win. The player with the most chips at the end wins this board game.
NASCAR Speedway Challenge Board game: One of the cheapest NASCAR board games around, the Speedway Challenge is simple to play. It features a race track, one die, 32 pit cards and four 1:44 scale die cast cars for each player. The cars represent NASCAR drivers Bill Elliott, Terry Labonte, David Green and Denite Cope. Players race around the track to become the next champion. The NASCAR Speedway Challenge Board game can be found for $15 and under.
Griddly Headz NASCAR Racing game: There are three editions of this NASCAR board game which include a special edition, family edition and mini edition. The special and family editions are easier to find than the mini Griddly Headz NASCAR Racing game. The game features a 3D track and “monster cars” that race around the track, collect points and participate in pit crew challenges. Each player has his or her own paid of dice. The dice matches specific sides of the board and race track. The family edition of a Griddly Headz NASCAR Racing game costs $29.95 while the special edition is priced at $59.95.