Chili Bowl Nationals Schedule
Since 1987 the Chili Bowl Nationals has been one of the premiere events on the motorsports
racing calendar and annually draws thousands of fervent fans to the stands to watch both the qualifying races as well as the
final event. If you are looking for white-knuckled racing action featuring some of midget racing's best drivers, look no further
than the Chili Bowl Nationals. Since the late nineties the event has grown to become one of the most popular and hotly contended
events in all of racing. Being in the stands for a big time midget car race like the Chili Bowl Nationals is enough to make
a huge racing fan out of even the least knowledgeable race enthusiast. Whether you have been a midget car racing fan your
whole life or have never even watched a race on television you are sure to have the time of your life at the Chili Bowl Nationals
so be sure to get your tickets from StubHub today.
Held in early January at QuikTrip Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the
Chili Bowl Nationals captures the attention and imagination of race fans the world over each year. This year's event will
be held from Monday, January 12th through Saturday, January 17th. The practice session will be held on the 12th while the
championship race will be held on Sunday the 17th. What better way to spend a week, then a visit to Tulsa, Oklahoma enjoying
the best that midget racing has to offer? Buy your tickets from StubHub now to assure yourself of having the best seats in
Known as the Super Bowl of midget car racing, the Chili Bowl Nationals has been one
of the most popular motorsports racing events for almost thirty years. The Chili Bowl Nationals has been a staple on the midget
car racing circuit since 1987 and each year it becomes bigger and more popular. Held at QuikTrip Center each year, six exciting
nights in Tulsa begin to seethe with adrenaline and horsepower as the best drivers in midget car racing show up in the city
to compete for one of the most coveted prizes of the circuit, the Chili Bowl Nationals. Sure fame and money are on hand for
the winners of the race, but most drivers are doing it for their team and compete out of pride. One trip to the Chili Bowl
Nationals will have you eager to come back and get in on the excitement year after year.
many race fans are content to watch a big time race at home on their flat screen laying down on their couch, there is really
no comparison to actually being in the stands for a major midget car race. From the barbecuing and tailgating leading up to
the race with the flags of the spectators' favorite teams and drivers proudly flying outside of the race track to the moment
you set foot into the speedway you know that there is a whole new level of excitement when you actually watch a race in person.
The smell of the gasoline, the roars of the engines, and the screeching tires as they hit a turn all make for an experience
that borderlines on sensory overload and makes midget car racing one of the most popular sports in the United States. be sure
to be there in Tulsa for the Chili Bowl Nationals to be part of an event you will never forget.
of the biggest names in the history of the sport have participated in the Chili Bowl Nationals including Tony Stewart, A.J.
Fike, Sammy Swindell, Billy Boat, Tom Bigelow, and more. This year's list of participants is sure to be filled with many of
the best drivers in the world looking to prove their mettle. Clearly the luminaries of the racing world feel that this is
an important tournament and know that it will always take place on one of the best courses in the world and when you set foot
in the grandstands you will understand why. Qualifying for the Chili Bowl Nationals is an honor in and of itself for drivers
of any level and one of the most exciting aspects of the tournament is waiting to see which relatively unheard of driver separates
himself from the pack to make a name for himself and put his career on the path to stardom. Whether it is a driver hoping
to make the world take notice or an established veteran aiming to cement his legacy you can be sure that these drivers will
be giving their all throughout the long weekend and this will only benefit of the fans in the stands.
2014 driver Bryan Clauson put an end to Kevin Swindell's four year winning streak, and you can be sure that the two will be
battling it out once again in 2015.