Kentucky Speedway History
Located in Sparta, a small town in northernKentucky, the Kentucky Speedway has been the
home of some of the most thrilling NASCAR, ARCA and Indy Racing events since it opened in 2000. The construction of the speedway
was an extensive project that proved to be the grandest excavation project in the history of Kentucky. The result was a one
and a half mile tri-oval course that can host a number of different racing events, bringing some of the most exciting events
to the community. Since it opened, racing fans have packed this incredible venue, rewarded with exciting races by the top
names in the NASCAR, ARCA and Indy racing like Jimmie Johnson, Buddy Lazier, Carl Edwards and Danica Patrick all earning victories
on this famous track. Don't miss the chance to feel the rush of the sheer speed of the cars when you catch a race at the Kentucky
Kentucky Speedway Events
There is a huge different between watching a NASCAR or Indy Car race
on television and being in the grandstand, hearing the hum of the cars and feeling the rumble of the ground when the cars
race by you when you are in the grandstands. Throughout the year, Kentucky Speedway plays host to some of the biggest races
on the circuit, always welcoming the brightest stars in the sport. The speedway's annual events include NASCAR Sprint Cup
SeriesQuaker State 400 presented by Advance Auto Parts,NASCAR Nationwide Series racesJohn R. Elliott HERO Campaign 300 and
theVisitMyrtleBeach.com 300. Fans also enjoy UNOH 225 of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and ZLOOP 500 of the ARCA series.
There is a race for everyone at the Kentucky Speedway, so get to StubHub today to see when your favorite is coming to town.
Best known as the home of the famed Kentucky Speedway, Sparta, Kentucky is a small town located
in the northern region of Kentucky. Built as a stop on a major train line that runs through the state, a wonderful community
has grown in Gallatin County. Originally known as Brock's Station dating back to 1802, Sparta is a quaint town that welcomes
thousands of strangers every weekend to celebrate their mutual love of racing.
Kentucky Speedway Seat Chart
raceday, thousands of fans pack the Kentucky Speedway to cheer on their favorite driver and experience the rush and speed
of this amazing sport. The Kentucky Speedway is a 1.5 mile tri-oval track that can host any number of racing events for the
capacity crowd of 112,000 who are lucky enough to attend any number of amazing events that take place at the raceway every
year. The massive grandstand allows for unparalleled views of the track, but fans can also enjoy luxury suites and club seats
that offer an amazing race day experience. Get your tickets to the Kentucky Speedway only at StubHub and you are sure to experience
the thrills that make NASCAR one of the most exciting sports around.
Kentucky Speedway Trivia
Speedway expanded from a capacity of 66,000 fans to 107,000 fans before hosting what major racing event?
In 2011, it
was announced that Kentucky Speedway would host the Quaker State 400, its first Sprint Cup Series event.