2014 Toyota Owners 400 Details
The Toyota Owners 400, formerly the Crown Royal 400, is an unbelievable race that
goes down year at the Richmond International Speedway, one of the best venues that you're going to find absolutely anywhere.
This is just one of those racetracks that you can't really capture from home no matter how impressive your flatscreen is,
as the buzz of the crowd is simply on another level once you head out to the stands to see it all for yourself. One look at
the field and you'll be instantly hooked, as it routinely brings together some of the very best drivers in the world for an
unbelievable sporting event filled to the brim with heart-pounding excitement that you won't want to miss.
left wondering what the atmosphere of the big race is like when you could actually head out with all your fellow fans and
see it for yourself at one of the best racetracks in the country as the Toyota Owners 400 gets underway, bringing expectations
of being yet another intense race filled with electrifying moments that you won't soon forget. There is nothing like seeing
NASCAR the way it was meant to be seen, giving you plenty of reasons to head out and see it all for yourself this summer as
your favorite drivers convene in Richmond for a top-tier NASCAR event that is sure to be the talk of the town leading up to
the opening lap.
2014 Toyota Owners 400 Drivers
With a great field, a passionate crowd and a world-class
venue, this is a race that the top drivers in the world tend to be thinking about long before they get a crack at taking down
the checkered flag, as Richmond International is just one of those racetracks that is known to capture fans for life. But
the biggest reason for the big crowds isn't even the venue, as the drivers are always the best of the best around NASCAR,
which is something that you'll see loud and clear if you get out and see it for yourself as these drivers whip around the
track. Drivers like Richard Petty (6), Kyle Busch (4) and Dale Earnhardt (3) represent just a few of the multiple winners
for this one, and you can bet on there being some unbelievable moments that are sure to go down at Richmond International
once again this year.
Toyota Owners 400 History
When the race was started in 1953, it was Lee Petty (father
of Richard) who took the checkered flag, kicking this one off in great fashion. No matter who has sponsored the event, though,
it has always been packed with rubbing, heart-pounding moves and exciting finishes that have captured the imaginations of
NASCAR fans, as this is a sport with an excitement level that you absolutely can't contain because you have a flatscreen and
a sound system. Richard Petty holds the all-time lead with six total wins, though David Pearson and Kyle Busch have both brought
it down four times and Lee Petty three on his own. With nine total wins in the Petty family, the Pettys even have outpaced
the Earnhardts so far, as Dale and Dale Jr. have won "only" six different times between the two.
Owners 400 Trivia
Did you know that Kyle Busch won this event four straight times?
Yup, when Busch decided he
was going to make a run at Richard Petty's all-time record of six different wins, he thought it was best to not wait too long.
From 2009 through 2012, Kyle Busch was the dominant force, taking the checkered flag four consecutive years for Joe Gibbs
Racing and solidifying himself as one of the very best racers in the sport. These days, you never know who is going to be
the next great driver to take it to the next level, giving you plenty of reasons to put down the remote and head out to see
the excitement the way it was meant to be seen.
2014 Toyota Owners 400 Spectator Experience
Owners 400 remains one of the very best races of the year for a reason. Richmond International is one of the top racetracks
in the world and this is an event that brings together an unbelievable field that guarantees plenty of bench-gripping moments
that will have the stands roaring with excitement once again this spring, providing the perfect backdrop for an exciting slice
of NASCAR that you won't soon forget.
We all know that there are plenty of different ways to find entertainment these
days, particularly for sports, from big screen TVs and sports bars to catching highlights on your favorite apps. But even
though you can follow the action from anywhere, there is still no substitution for actually being right in the thick of the
action when the race gets taken to the next level and the roar of the crowd really gets going.