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May 24

Fri . 08:30 PM

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series / Xfinity Series / Cup Series (Weekend Package)

Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC

May 24

Fri . 08:30 PM

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC

May 25

Sat . 01:00 PM

NASCAR Xfinity Series at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC

May 26

Sun . 06:00 PM

Coca-Cola 600 - NASCAR Cup Series

Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC

Jun 01

Sat . 04:30 AM

NASCAR - Craftsman Truck Series / Enjoy Illinois 300 - NASCAR Cup Series (2-Day Package)

World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway, Madison, IL

Jun 01

Sat . 01:30 PM

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series at WWT Raceway at Gateway

World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway, Madison, IL

Jun 02

Sun . 03:30 PM

Enjoy Illinois 300 - NASCAR Cup Series

World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway, Madison, IL

Jun 08

Sat . 08:00 PM

Sonoma 250 - NASCAR Xfinity Series

Sonoma Raceway, Sonoma, CA

Jun 09

Sun . 03:30 PM

Toyota/Save Mart 350 - NASCAR Cup Series

Sonoma Raceway, Sonoma, CA

Jun 14

Fri . 04:30 AM

NASCAR Xfinity Series / Cup Series / ARCA Menards Series (Weekend Package)

Iowa Speedway, Newton, IA
Buckle up, race fans! If you're looking to catch the latest NASCAR action, this is your one-stop guide to securing the best seats and getting the most bang for your buck. Forget the roar of the engine; let's start with a whisper of nostalgia. NASCAR has had its wheels on the track since 1948, a simple competition evolving into a powerhouse of speed, strategy, and spectacle. From early legends like Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty to today's titans like kyle Busch and Chase Elliott, the circuit has seen enormous shifts.

Originally, you might have caught a race at modest venues like North Carolina's Bowman-Gray Stadium, a quarter-mile track tucked into a football stadium. Fast forward to today, and we're talking amphitheaters of speed like the Daytona International Speedway and Indianapolis Motor Speedway, behemoths that can seat over 100,000 spectators.

Let's talk seats. You want to be where the rubber meets the road, but also where you can see pit strategy unfold and racers jockey for position. For a blend of speed and strategy, look for seats near the start/finish line or around wide turns where overtaking is most likely. If you prefer the adrenaline of cars zooming past at 200 mph, the straight sections are where you want to be. Best seats usually combine a great view with convenient access to amenities.

Now, ticket prices. These can be as varied as the tracks themselves. On the lower end, you can snag general admission seats for around $50. These typically won't offer the best views but get you in the door and close to the action. At the other extreme, VIP experiences can run you into the thousands but come with perks like pit passes, premium seating, and meet-and-greets with drivers.

But if you're an enthusiast who doesn't want to break the bank, consider infield passes. This gives you an up-close view of pit stops, although you'll be sacrificing a broad view of the track. For those considering multiple races, season passes can provide significant savings, especially if purchased in the off-season.

A word to the wise: ticket prices fluctuate based on several factors—track location, driver lineup, even the weather forecast. Keep an eye out for promotional Codes, flash SALES, and early bird discounts. Some tracks also offer "family packages" that include discounted tickets and meals.

Long gone are the days of stubs and scalpers. Mobile apps and secondary markets have revolutionized ticket purchasing. Various platforms allow you to see a 3D view from each section, ensuring you know exactly what you're getting. Plus, secure e-tickets mean you don't have to worry about losing that valuable piece of paper on race day.

A final pro tip: consider the community aspect. Dedicated fans know that half the fun is the tailgate before the race and the shared cheers or groans as drivers cross the finish line. Choosing a section known for its fan enthusiasm can greatly enhance your experience.

So there you have it. You're equipped to navigate the twists and turns of the NASCAR ticket scene. May your engines be loud, your view unobstructed, and your tickets a steal.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What is NASCAR Racing?
NASCAR Racing is a form of auto racing that involves stock cars racing around a track.
What is the difference between NASCAR and other forms of racing?
NASCAR Racing is unique in that it involves stock cars that are specifically designed for racing. Other forms of racing involve cars that are modified from their original design.
How long do NASCAR races last?
NASCAR races typically last around three hours.
What is the most popular NASCAR race?
The Daytona 500 is the most popular NASCAR race and is held annually in Daytona Beach, Florida.
How can I purchase tickets for a NASCAR race?
You can purchase tickets for NASCAR races through various ticket outlets.

Interesting Information about NASCAR Racing

  • NASCAR races are held on oval tracks.
  • The cars used in NASCAR races are specially designed for racing.
  • NASCAR races are typically three hours long.
  • The Daytona 500 is the most popular NASCAR race.
  • NASCAR races attract millions of viewers each year.