NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Kansas Schedule
NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Kansas, also known as the Kansas Lottery
300, is a NASCAR stock car race held each October in Kansas City, Kansas. Annually, NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Kansas attracts
many of the best drivers in the sport who lay it all on the line to score an important victory in the series and fans get
to witness one of the most intense races of the season as a result. The race was first held in 2001 and has grown to become
one of the most popular events of the NASCAR season, and there is no better place for die hard NASCAR fans to be in October
than at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas for the NASCAR Nationwide Series 300.
The 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series
300 will be held on October 4th and you can be sure that it will be yet another sell out event. NASCAR fans from all over
the country will be flocking to Kansas Speedway for this spectacular race and you will not want to be stuck watching from
home when you can be in the stands along with them. There is no better way to spend a weekend in Kansas than by spending an
autumn Saturday enjoying one of the most thrilling events of the NASCAR season. To really appreciate NASCAR you have top be
at the racetrack and once you set foot into Kansas Speedway for the NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 and start cheering for your
favorite driver you will finally completely understand what all of the excitement surrounding NASCAR is all about. There is
no time like the present to get your tickets for NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 from StubHub and to start making the necessary
plans to be in Kansas City, Kansas in early October.
NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Kansas History
Nationwide Series 300 was first held in 2001 and has rapidly become one of the most popular events in all of NASCAR. The stock
car race covers 300 miles which the drivers achieve by completing 200 laps at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas. The
event has gone under several different names during its history, first known as the Mr. Goodcents 300 from 2001 through 2004,
then as the United Way 300 Presented by Yellow Transportation and Sprint in 2005, then as the Yellow Transportation 300 in
2006 and 2007, before changing to its current name in 2008. Whatever you call it, the NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Kansas
provides NASCAR fans with one of the most exciting races of the year and is something no fan will want to miss.
Nationwide Series 300 Kansas NASCAR Nationwide Series
NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 has been a staple on the NASCAR
circuit since 2001 and each year it becomes bigger and more popular. Held at Kansas Speedway each year, one crisp October
day in Kansas begins to seethe with adrenaline and horsepower as the best drivers in NASCAR show up in the city to compete
for one of the most coveted prizes of the circuit, the NASCAR Nationwide Series 300. 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. 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.
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 NASCAR 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 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.
Green and ppC Racing won the inaugural NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Kansas back in 2001. To date the only driver to win the
race more than once is Joey Logano who won back to back championships in 2009 and 2010 while driving for Joe Gibbs Racing.
As a team Joe Gibbs Racing actually won the event three years in a row, in 2008 with Denny Hamlin followed by Logano's back
to back victories in 2009 and 2010.