The sport’s licensee, Spin Master, developed a series of collision-friendly toy cars called “NASCAR Bashers” that explode on impact. The toys are the first original line Spin Master has developed, and they encourage the type of crashes inherent to stock car racing that NASCAR has avoided promoting in recent years.
There are also NASCAR Bashers Trucks with graphics inspired by the haulers that bring the NASCAR race cars to the track. These trucks will also wreck upon impact. Once the crash transformation is complete, work like a real NASCAR team to rebuild the hauler and make it back to the races. Each Bashers Truck retails for $14.99.
I read where the NASCAR bashers think drivers cannot train and practice as children and youths, so there's no parallel with Little League, high school ball or college. That's absurd. Virtually all of today's top names started in youth racing programs no later than age 8. started racing quarter-midgets at age 4.