Timothy Duma – Interesting Facts About NASCAR

Timothy Duma has spent more than decade in NASCAR car racing. Here Timothy Duma is sharing some of unknown or interetsing facts about NASCAR car racing:

  • The biggest race of NASCAR is Daytona 500 and urse for the Daytona 500 is more than $18 million.
  • The NASCAR staidum can hold up to 170,000 spectators which is most for any other sport in North America
  • Did you know the headlights, taillights and front grilles on a race car aren’t real? They’re decals.
  • Racing legend Richard Petty won 200 NASCAR races in his career. He won 7 stock car championships, won Daytona 7 times and is still to this day known as the greatest driver in the history of NASCAR.
  • The parts of cars are not made in factories, even every part of a racing cars is hand made.
  • The race cars generally use 3 times as much motor oil — or about 13 quarts — as your passenger car.

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Timothy Duma – Most Dangerous Motor Races in the World


King of the Hammers, the 24 Hours of Le Mans etc are some of motor races that are highly dangerous and called deadly races. Timothy Duma former NASCAR car racer said difficult terrain, extreme conditions, incredible endurance etc. all such factors made these races dangerous ones and most extreme car and motorcycles races in the world.

Read here to know the complete list of most extreme and dangerous Motor Races In The World: http://www.goliath.com/auto/the-10-most-extreme-and-dangerous-motor-races-in-the-world/

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Tim Duma: List of NASCAR Car Racers Who Died on Track

Tim Duma was the former NASCAR car racer who participated in more than 20 races and won many major ones. Timothy Duma told, NASCAR car racing in the age of 1950-60 was not safe as it now. Every year 2-3 racers lost their lives on the track and specially the Daytona track has claimed more lives than almost every other American super-speedway combined.

Check here the list of NASCAR Car Racers who lost their lives on  the track: http://www.ranker.com/list/tragic-nascar-deaths/richard-rowe

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Timothy Duma – My Favorite Car Racing Movies

From his childhood, Timothy Duma has inside love for car racing and has decided to make his career in stock car auto racing. Timothy Duma is also fond of watching movies, especially car racing movies.

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Here is the list of, Tim Duma favorite movies on Car Racing:

The Fast and The Furious: Without doubt, this will be on the top list. Released in 2001,  Paul Walker and Vin Diesel was in main lead.

Gone In 60 Seconds: Released in 2000, one of best movies performance by Nicolas Cage.

Days of Thunder (1990): It was billed as Top Gun on Tarmac, but despite a recognisably slick production from Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer, Tom Cruise’s NASCAR antics failed to live up to its aeronautical antecedent’s stratospheric success

Drive Movie:  Released in 2001, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn and story on a garage mechanic.

Redline Movie: The film tells the story of an intergalactic race, Redline, which takes place every 5 years, and the endeavors of young man JP and girl Sonoshee to win it at any cost.

Also Read: List of Top 50 Richest Car Drivers Name – Timothy Duma

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Timothy Duma – Five Ways for Losing Weight Safely

Timothy Duma believe, “with the weight loss market overflowing with diet aids and new fad diets making headlines, it’s hard not to fall victim to the hype. If you are trying to lose weight, it works best when it is done in a safe and healthy manner and is more sustainable when it is achieved over a long period of time through lifestyle changes”

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Here are five ways you can lose weight safely and keep it off longer.

  1. Tracking your meals in a food journal is helpful in accessing your current lifestyle and eating habits. By writing down everything you eat during the day, you become more aware of what changes you need to make to lose weight. You not only need to write down what you eat and drink throughout the day but keep track of the timing of your meals.
  2. Measure your portion sizes for every meal. Overeating and indulging in larger portions can lead you to take in more calories, which results in weight gain. Take the time to track the portion sizes of all your meals and snacks so you can start to understand if you should decrease or maintain your serving sizes.
  3. Consider monitoring the number of calories you take in daily. This can give you a different perspective on how much you are eating daily. Knowing the number of calories, you consume on average can provide you with clues as to what you need to cut out of your diet.
  4. Write down the cravings and emotions that trigger you to eat. Being aware of what emotions trigger you to eat and how they affect your lifestyle behaviors can bring a deeper understanding to your diet.
  5. Choose a well-balanced diet plan that is appropriate for safe and healthy weight loss. Steer clear of plans that require you to eliminate large groups of food or entire food groups. Find a diet that focuses on monitoring your portion sizes, eating a balanced diet, and incorporating physical activity into your daily routine.

For millions of Americans losing weight is an often frustrating endeavor that lasts a lifetime. In his 15 years car racing career, Timothy Duma has been restricted to his diet and daily fitness exercise schedule.

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Tim Duma: Top Health Benefits of Swimming

Timothy Duma, a former car racing champion in Denver, CO, who works hard to stay fit, relieve stress and improve the health. To help relieve some of the stress brought on his own business, Tim Duma likes to swim on a regular basis. Regular swimming can offer anyone a wide range of health benefits.


Here are some of the top ways diving into the water can help boost your health.

  1. It offers you the ability to participate in aerobic exercise without the strain on your skeletal system. When you immerse your body up to your neck, you only have to bear ten percent of your own weight, helping to reduce the impact on your joints and muscles.
  2. It is a great way to increase muscular strength and tone your muscles. Every time you kick your legs or complete a stroke, you are adding resistance. Resistance exercises are the best way to build muscle tone and strength.
  3. Swimming puts your body through a broad range of motion that helps to loosen joints and ligaments and increase their flexibility.
  4. It can increase the health of your heart. Swimming is an aerobic exercise that helps to strengthen the heart by making it more efficient in pumping and increasing its size. This leads to better blood flow throughout your body.

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