2014 Ford EcoBoost 400
This is just one of those sporting events that has the attention of sports fans all over
Miami, which is why it's always a good idea to head out and see what all the buzz is about when the Ford EcoBoost 400 gets
underway once again this fall. One of the best sporting events you can participate in each and every year is the Ford EcoBoost
400, which is a race that tends to bring the very best drivers in the world for an unbelievable event packed with passion,
intensity and nail-biting moments that you'll be talking about long after it's all over. Though Miami is known for being a
town that loves the Heat and the Marlins as well, the passion for top-tier spectator sports comes to life in a big way for
the Ford EcoBoost 400 as well.
And part of that is because Homestead-Miami Speedway is always rocking each and every
year for the Ford EcoBoost 400, which is a tradition that isn't likely to change any time in the near future. If it's been
a little while since you've headed out to an amazing NASCAR Sprint Cup event, this is your chance to change that as the Ford
EcoBoost 400 heats up in another race that NASCAR fans will definitely have circled on their calendar. When your favorite
driver whips around the corner and is jostling for position coming down the home stretch, the atmosphere will speak for itself.
Ford EcoBoost 400 Info
Taking place at the Homestead Miami Speedway in Homestead, Florida, the Ford EcoBoost
400 is the perfect experience for NASCAR fans of all ages. Multiple winners include greats like Tony Stewart, Carl Edwards
and Greg Biffle, though other drivers like Jeff Gordon and Bill Elliot have also won this one, which was formerly known just
as the Ford 400. These days, you can still find the very best drivers around as they gun it for the checkered flag in another
race that will have everyone buzzing around town. When you're there in the middle of the heart-pounding excitement, you'll
definitely be glad that you're not still sitting at home.
Perhaps more than any other
sport, NASCAR is a sport that simply needs to be experienced live and in person to truly appreciate it. Sure, high-def TVs
are great, in theory, but the Homestead Miami Speedway experience gives you a different level of experience that you simply
can't recreate through that disappointing little flatscreen in your living room. Instead, head out to the stands so you can
see all the action first-hand as the best drivers take aim at the checkered flag in a race that is sure to have more than
a few memorable moments.
Ford EcoBoost 400 History
This one has been around for a while, as it first formed
in 1999 as the Pennzoil 400 and has been through a steady stream of amazing moments and nail-biting finishes. Greg Biffle
won this one three straight years at one point and Tony Stewart is the only other driver to win two straight, which he did
in the very first two years of the event. This is one of the most followed races in the year for a reason, and it definitely
isn't because there is a lack of excitement from race to race. Over the years, the event has changed names a few times but
action only seems to get better and better, making this just one of those races that you absolutely don't want to miss out
on if you love auto racing at the highest possible level.
Ford EcoBoost 400 Trivia
Did you know that Ford
holds the all-time lead at the Ford EcoBoost 400 one with seven different wins?
Over the years, no other car company
has been more beastly than Ford, as they took it down in 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and again in 2010. Chevy, Pontiac
and Toyota also have won multiple Ford EcoBoost 400's, though Ford remains the gold standard for this one.
EcoBoost 400 Fans
Homestead Miami Speedway is sure to be absolutely packed with passionate fans that pour into the
stands in drives to see some top-tier NASCAR, providing the perfect backdrop if you're a racing fan. Holding more than 65,000
people, Homestead has been the backdrop for great racing for many years, making it the place to be this year if you're looking
for an exciting race that will have you out of your seat in no time. So whether you're a NASCAR faithful or someone fairly
new to the sport, you owe it to yourself to get out and see NASCAR the way it was meant to be seen, as watching anywhere else
will shrink the experience to the point that it's almost unrecognizable. Instead of trying in vain to recreate the atmosphere
from home, head out to the stands, join with your fellow NASCAR fans and get ready to see the big race at Homestead Miami
Speedway the way it was meant to be seen.