The wikipedia entry for carburetor tells me that the last US domestic carburetted engines were produced in the early to mid-90's. So why does NASCAR still use them?
Are they easier to build, repair, or maintain?
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Two main reasons:
However, from what I understand they are moving for fuel injection starting in 2012. Some of the reasons for the move: