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2020 NASCAR Tickets

Atlanta Motor Speedway

Hampton, GA

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Charlotte Motor Speedway

Concord, NC

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Kentucky Speedway

Sparta, KY

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New Hampshire Motor Speedway

London, NH

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Texas Motor Speedway

Fort Worth, TX

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Bristol Motor Speedway

Bristol, TN

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Dover International Speedway

Dover, DE

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Iowa Speedway

Newton, IA

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Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Las Vegas, NV

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Sonoma Raceway

Sonoma, CA

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NASCAR Speedway Tickets

NASCAR may be relatively young compared to games like soccer and baseball, but that hasn't stopped it from gaining in popularity around the world. Since being founded in 1948 as the first organized stock car racing league by driver Bill France, Sr., NASCAR has become a favorite pastime of fans across the globe who can't get enough of its daring drivers, sky-high stakes, and nail-biting speedway action. Legendary races like the Daytona 500 and the Brickyard 400 attract some of the largest in-track crowds in the world, and it's easy to see why -- NASCAR's adrenaline-filled mix of high speeds, gutsy driving, and tough-as-nails champions make it one of the most thrilling sports to experience in the flesh. From the roar of the engines to the vibration of a fully-loaded stock car flying by the stands at top speed, a trip to any NASCAR season race is an amazing spectacle to be witnessed.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

The Sprint Cup season features NASCAR's highest level of competition and includes 36 races held between February and November. "The Cup" includes some of the sport's most popular and prestigious races including the Daytona 500 at the Daytona International Speedway, The Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and the Coca-Cola 600 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. In September the Chase for the Sprint Cup gets underway as the top 16 drivers undergo a series of elimination races that culminate in the Ford Ecoboost 400 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, where drivers duke it out on the racetrack for The Cup.

NASCAR Xfinity Series

The Nascar Xfinity Series is the second highest level of NASCAR competition with 33 races held between February and November. The races may be shorter, but big events like the Winn Dixie 300 at the Talladega Superspeedway and the Kentucky 300 at the Kentucky Speedway are just as intense and exciting as their longer Spring Cup counterparts. The Xfinity Series uses the same Car of Tomorrow body design as the Sprint Cup, and top drivers often use Xfinity as a launching pad for their Sprint Cup careers.

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series features modified pickup trucks that compete from February through November with a total of 23 races. In 1995 Craftsman tools helped launch the series and these hightailing pickups have been burning up the track ever since. Today it’s grown to be the third largest NASCAR series and with sponsorship from recreational vehicle supply company Camping World and major races like the Toyota Tundra 250 and the Rhino Linings 350, it just keeps on getting better.