2014 Ford EcoBoost 400 Details
We all know that there is lots to do around Miami, but this is a city that has a
lot more than LeBron and D. Wade if you're looking for big-time sports. 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. There has never been a better time to put down the remote and head out to see a heart-pounding NASCAR event filled
to the brim with moments that you'll be talking about long after it's all over.
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 event, this is your chance to change that as the
Ford EcoBoost 400 gets underway looking to bring the best NASCAR fans and drivers to a great venue that is always popping
with enthusiasm as the drivers rev their engines and get ready to roll.
2014 Ford EcoBoost 400 Drivers
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
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 his 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.
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 consider yourself a true NASCAR fan. There has never been a better time to ditch the living room for the
electricity of Homestead Miami Speedway, so grab a few tickets and get ready to see the big race the way it was meant to be
2014 Ford EcoBoost 400 Trivia
Did you know that Ford holds the all-time lead at this one with six
Over the years, no other car company has been more beastly than Ford, as they took it down in 2002,
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. Yup, that's a pretty dominant little streak, and Ford has cemented their brand as one of
the icons of the Ford EcoBoost 400 with more success than anyone else. Chevy, Pontiac and Toyota also have won multiple Ford
EcoBoost 400's, though Ford remains the gold standard for this one.
2014 Ford EcoBoost 400 Spectator Experience
all know that you can just keep up with the action on your smart phone, but you're way, way off if you ever think you're going
to come close to the atmosphere that you'll find if you're actually in the stands for all of the heart-pounding excitement.
Even the DVR can't capture the action the same way, as it's always that much more special when there isn't a pause button
and a broadcaster feebly trying to explain how amazing the atmosphere is. And as soon as you're there, you'll probably get
the picture pretty loud and clear. With tens of thousands of fans at your side, this is a sport that gets taken to a completely
different level thanks to the fan passion and excitement, providing an unbelievable backdrop that is sure to have you buzzing
long after the final lap.
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 is like trying to gauge the scope of
the Rocky Mountains while squinting at a postcard. Instead, head out to the stands, join with your fellow NASCAR fans and
get ready for a different type of show that will have you coming right back for more.