NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Kansas Schedule
NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Kansas is a Kansas City, Kansas based
stock car race that is also commonly referred to as the Kansas Lottery 300 and is held every October. Each year the NASCAR
Nationwide Series 300 Kansas brings in all of the best drivers in NASCAR who put it all on the line to earn a big victory
in the Sprint for the Cup and fans get to be there for one of the most thrilling races of the year as a result. The NASCAR
Nationwide Series 300 Kansas first was held in 2001 and has turned into one of the most highly regarded races of the NASCAR
season, and there is no place die hard NASCAR fan would rather be in early October than at Kansas Speedway for the NASCAR
Nationwide Series 300.
This year's NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 will take place on October 4th and it will surely be
another sell out event. NASCAR lovers from all over the U.S. will be coming to Kansas Speedway for this unbelievable race
and no true race fan will want to be staying at home watching when they can be in the stands cheering on their favorite drivers.
There is not a better way to spend the weekend in Kansas than enjoying a fall Saturday witnessing one of the most exciting
events of the NASCAR season. To fully appreciate NASCAR you have to be at the racetrack, and the moment you set foot into
Kansas Speedway for the NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 and begin cheering for your favorite team you will finally have a complete
understanding of what all the excitement that surrounds NASCAR is all about. There is no time like now to get your tickets
for NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 from StubHub and start making the appropriate plans to be inside Kansas Speedway in early
NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Kansas History
The first NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 took place
in 2001 and the race has quickly grown to be one of the most popular events of the NASCAR season. The 300 miles stock car
race features drivers completing 200 laps at the world famous Kansas Speedway. The event has had quite a few different names
during its somewhat brief history, first being known as the Mr. Goodcents 300 for its first four years, then becoming the
United Way 300 Presented by Yellow Transportation and Sprint for one year before changing its name to the Yellow Transportation
300for two years, and then in 2008 becoming the NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Kansas. Whatever name it goes by, the NASCAR
Nationwide Series 300 Kansas gives NASCAR aficionados one of the most breath-taking races of the season and is one event no
fan will want to miss.
Although there are plenty of race fans who are perfectly happy watching
a big time NASCAR race from the comfort of their own home, there is really nothing that compares to actually being at the
racetrack for an important NASCAR race. From the tailgating and barbecuing that leads up to the event as the spectators fly
the flags of their favorite drivers and teams proudly outside of the race track to the instant you pass through the gates
into the speedway you know that there is a whole new level of energy when you are there to watch a race in person. The roars
of the engines, the screeching tires as they hit a turn, and the smell of the gas all make for an experience that approaches
sensory overload and helps make NASCAR one of the most popular sports in the United States. Be sure to be there in Kansas
City, Kansas for the NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 to be part of an event you will never forget.
Series 300 Kansas NASCAR Nationwide Series
NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 has been vital part of the NASCAR circuit since
it was first held in 2001 and every year it becomes more popular and bigger. Held at Kansas Speedway each year, a brisk October
day in Kansas begins to seethe with horsepower and adrenaline as the top drivers in NASCAR come to the city to compete for
one of the most valued prizes of the season, the NASCAR Nationwide Series 300. Of course fame and money are on hand for the
winners of the race, but the majority of the drivers are doing it for their team and compete primarily for pride. The winner
of the Nationwide Series is determined by total finishing positions as well as total laps led during races, so each race,
and indeed each lap, is of utmost importance to the proud racers looking to finish the season at the top of their sport. Each
and every event in the NASCAR Nationwide Series is full of fierce competition, roaring engines, and neck breaking speed.
So far, Joey Logano who raced for Joe Gibbs Racing has been the only driver to win the race more than
once, doing so in 2009 and 2010.