Nascar Sprint Cup Series Tickets
The thrill and sensation car racing possesses remains unparalleled by any other sport in the whole world. The enormous amount of risk involved, and the skill required to compete makes NASCAR Sprint Cup Series one of the most favorite racing events of the world. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tickets are available at the moment but expected to sell out fast. If you wish to catch the thrill live, then make your bookings early.
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National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing, often abbreviated as NASCAR, attracts thousands of fans from across the globe at an event called the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The series started in 1949 with the name of Strictly Stock Series, a name that was changed just a couple of years later to Grand National Series. The series continued to operate under the new name for about 20 years before being changed to Winston Cup Series once the naming rights were leased to R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. It was in early 2000s that the naming rights deal was made with Sprint Nextel Corporation, and the race was renamed as NEXTEL Cup Series for about 4 years till 2007.
The race follows a simple points scoring system for the determination of positions of different drivers and cars. In a system called the Chase for the Championship, there are 26 races held initially among 49 drivers, belonging to 22 teams, and based on the number of laps led and finishing placement, they are categorized into positions. The first 10 drivers qualify for the next round, and along with them are two drivers selected from positions 10 to 20, having maximum number of race wins. The twelve drivers are then made to compete in the next round where they have to race against each other for the final winning position, and the difference of points among them is made minimal.
The series has always remained very popular among car racing fans across the globe, especially its Daytona 500 race. In 2009, Daytona 500 had a record television audience of over 16 million. Owing to the popularity of this event, it has also been held at venues other than the United States, including Japan, Australia and Canada.
The cars used in this series are special and unique as compared to the rest of the racing events in terms that they have all the emphasis on making their engines strong. The engines have high horse power and generate a huge amount of torque, but at the same time the bodies of these cars are made very heavy. This combination of heavy body and powerful engine makes the car able to drive at a high speed but with very poor handling. The electronic gadgets installed in these cars are typically old fashioned. Therefore, these cars are special in their making and it makes the race even more interesting.
With so much fan following across the world, the event is much awaited, and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Tickets remain in high demand as they enable car racing lovers to witness this exciting event live, and feel all the action happening right in front of them!
2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series has entered its 69th season and each year these events draw in an even bigger crowd. Veteran racers, young blood, thrilling execution and edge-of-the-seat action make the purchase of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tickets absolutely worth it. Some exciting races are just around the corner as Kyle Larson will look to dominate in the upcoming events. Brad Keselowski is not far behind at the number two position and Martin Truex Jr. is riding a streak of consecutive top 15 finishes. The NASCAR Series will run through till November 2017, so check the schedule and attend the series when it comes to your city.
2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series
The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is now underway and if the 2016 edition is anything to go by, this one promises to be special too. The latest edition of the Sprint Cup Series has already been generating a lot of headlines and the trend looks set to continue this way till its conclusion
A look back
In 2016, it was Jimmie Johnson who came out on top and won the Sprint Cup Series. It was his seventh win overall, which puts him alongside names like Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty. On the manufacturer’s side, it was Toyota that won the NASCAR Sprint Cup in 2016 by notching up sixteen wins.
The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series
The current season marks the sixty ninth year that professional stock racing will be held in the US. As far as the NASCAR Cup Series as you see it today, this is the forty sixth edition of the tournament.
The legendary Dale Earnhardt Jr. will also stop racing after this season because he has announced his retirement. So, will Jimmie Johnson and Toyota defend the drivers and manufacturers championships they won last season? Those and all other questions will be answered this year as the competition heats up.
NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES NEWS AND UPDATES
Alex Bowman has made the pole for Daytona 500
Alex Bowman has grabbed pole position for the 2018 Daytona 500 race. Just three years ago, Bowman was leaving the race without even qualifying for it after he was involved in a wreck involving multiple cars. Fast forward three years and he will now be leading the line while every other driver on the grid tries to catch him. Bowman is the successor to the legendary Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. By grabbing pole for Daytona 500, he has made a very good start in terms of filling Earnhardt’s shoes.
Nascar Sprint Cup Series Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Nascar Sprint Cup Series tickets is $0. The date and location for this event is 16-Aug-20 at Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach. The minimum get-in price for Nascar Sprint Cup Series tickets is $0.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|NASCAR Sprint Cup Series & NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Doubleheader||Daytona Beach||16-Aug-20||$0||$0|
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