OK, here's the thing - these are r/c cars for people who can't figure out which way to turn the steering wheel when the car is heading toward them. That's it. They're called MiniFASTCARS (I swear I'm not making this up.) and the magic is provided by Remote Vision Control technology (patents applied for!)
The cars have onboard cameras looking out the windshield, and a microphone so you can hear your engine, and a low tech telemetry system that sends the audio and video feed back to an arcade-like driving console with a TV screen. Steering, throttle and brake controls on the console control the car with normal r/c equipment. NASCAR's Rusty Wallace has lent his name to the venture, presumably in a weak moment.
So, the cars race outdoors, on a flat tri-oval. The drivers are indoors in a darkened room, sitting in an arcade console, staring at their tv screen and revelling in the authentic NASCAR sounds of a 2-stroke weedwhacker. Give me a break.