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|The PASCAR Logo|
|Owned By||Phil Prance|
|Jurisdiction||USA, UnitedTerra, Shops Island|
|Sport||Stock Car Auto Racing|
|Chief Exec||Martin Lockley|
|Other Key Staff||Various|
The Penguin Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (PASCAR) is an Antarctican business venture that sanctions and governs multiple auto-racing sports events. It was founded in 1989, and is now one of the most popular racing organizations, known for their 3 primary series and numerous touring series. It was founded by Phil Prance.
During the 1980s of the Olde Antarctica, there were cars, of course. But nobody really used them because their flippers couldn't reach the pedals (Ironic, ain't it?), and this lead to a popular penguin named Phil Prance, a person who worked on these cars, adjusted the said pedals so they could reach the flippers, this lead to real car use around Antarctica, treating it like it was a new invention from the 30s where people go "Ooh!" and "Ahh!". But Prance wasn't satisfied, he wanted more.
In 1987, Prance watched a race occur with these cars, on a dirt track, the way they moved and handled was amazing, this gave Prance an idea, could car racing become a big thing? In 1988, he asked to build a race track, and have the rights to run races in several other tracks. Day and night he went into his garage to work on a new car. In October 1988, he finished the car and showed it off in the Zupah Car Show.
Penguins were impressed and amazed. Several car manufactures bought Prance's car and made their own versions of it. By January 1989, Prance had founded what we know now: PASCAR. ABC had gotten interested in broadcasting the races and Prance hired them to do so, hoping for popularity. In Febuary 17th, 1989, the inaugural PASCAR Peach Cup Series Race was aired. It was at El Tora Speedway, a popular dirt track that is still used to this day.
It brought ratings success due to the fact that there was a blizzard out there, turning out a rating of 15 million viewers. ABC allowed to air the whole PASCAR season for it's great ratings. It is still successful to this very day.
The Peach Cup Series is the highest of the 3, containing the best drivers, and fighting to be in the popular Chase for the Peach Cup. It also has the McDonalds 500, over at McDonalds City International Superspeedway, which is the most popular auto race in Antarctica.
Penguin Mail Semi-Pro Series
Founded in the 1993 season, the Semi-Pro Series brings forth slightly older drivers than the Truck Series, trying to prove that they can compete in the Cup Series. Old Cup Veterans also appear here.
Founded in 1996, the Snowtendo Truck Series is the 3rd most popular series in PASCAR, in some ways, it is a Semi-Semi-Pro Series. The roster is mixed with young future drivers and old veterans.
Archipelago Race Series
J&R Pro Series
Founded in 2007, The J&R Pro Series is a current series in which young drivers, (mostly 15, 16, 17 or even 18 years of age), compete, but most of them drive in road courses within the series. Many of the young drivers, drive for PASCAR NEXT.
PASCAR has several touring series that lead to the all the way to the Cup series if you're good enough.
PASCAR Modified Series
PASCAR Pro Series East/West
See: List of PASCAR Races
Since 1989, the channel ABC has aired the PASCAR races, and despite having low ratings at first, PASCAR on ABC now has 10 million viewers per race in the Cup.