Name that Driver Trivia Game: This is one of those NASCAR party trivia games where everyone is involved. While you can create teams, this game is more fun when played in a group setting. The party host will call out facts related to NASCAR race car drivers. These facts could include sponsors, the model of car driven or any other details. Guests will then have to guess and name the driver that their host is referring to. This game could also be flipped where guests are required to identify certain NASCAR drivers based on aspects of their racing career. These facts would be announced by the NASCAR party host continually until guests properly name the driver related to the announcements.
Racing Team Challenge: The object of this game is to match NASCAR drivers with their racing teams to win. There are various teams in this sport, which can make this NASCAR party trivia game take up a lot of time. The party host can make game pieces using index or flash cards for guests. One set of cards should have names of all racing teams while another set contains names of NASCAR drivers. There only needs to be one card for each racing team. Guests will then have to group all drivers with the teams that they belong to.
This Racing Team Challenge could also be played in a different manner using large wipe off boards or pieces of paper. Divide guests at the NASCAR party into their own teams. The party host should then list the names of racing teams on a board. The board could also be substituted by copying the list and giving them to each team. Once the guests have a list of the racing teams, they are given a certain amount of time to match up the drivers. The team with the most accurate and complete list of racing teams and their drivers wins.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Challenge: Name all of the top drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. This may not be an easy trivia game for everyone to complete. A time frame can also be set for guests to beat. This can help to eliminate the need for everyone to name all 34 headliners. Having to name every driver could take hours if some guests at the party are not up to speed on NASCAR information. Using a timed method, the NASCAR party guest who names most of the drivers correctly wins this trivia game.
Track Facts Trivia Game: This game can be used as an icebreaker during a NASCAR party. Make a list of questions and challenges on a piece of paper to copy and give out to guests. All of the questions must be related to individual race tracks or rules that NASCAR races must adhere to. This NASCAR trivia game focuses less on the drivers and more on the actual sport. The questions or challenges can be as simple as “Name two road tracks on the NASCAR circuit?”, “Name 5 Adjustments that are made during a Pit Stop” or “What does a Yellow Flag signify?” to play this NASCAR party trivia game.