NASCAR is one of the most popular sports in the United States of America for a reason, and that's
something you can see for yourself when you head out to the racetrack to see some of the best drivers in the world start their
engines and race to the finish line at blistering speeds. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is the cream of the crop in the sport,
and there are a lot of fantastic races coming up in the near future for fans of racing to enjoy in person.
surely be flocking to Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, TX on November 3rd when the top drivers around hit the track for
the AAA Texas 500. There's nothing better than being there for a huge race like this one, as these cars will be flying up
and down the track at a pace that you simply won't believe when you see it in person. Another great opportunity to see the
best of the best in the sport will take place on November 10th for the Advocare 500 at Phoenix International Speedway in Avondale,
AZ. This could be a race that goes a long way into determining who wins the Chase in 2013, so fans will certainly come out
to the track in a big way for this event.
The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup will conclude at Homestead-Miami Speedway
with the Ford Ecoboost 400 in Homestead, FL on November 17th. If the Chase has not been decided before this race, it will
all come down to November 17th, when the best drivers on the Sprint Cup circuit bear down for what could be an incredible
finish to another memorable season. This could be one of the biggest races of the year if the season's championship remains
at stake going into the race.
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) governs
a variety of auto racing sporting events. The three primary circuits in NASCAR are the Sprint Cup Series, the Nationwide Series
and the Camping World Truck Series. The origins of stock car racing can be traced back to the Daytona Beach, FL area in the
1920s and 1930s. The Sprint Cup is the biggest of the NASCAR circuits, and received its first major sponsorship in 1972. At
the time, the series was known as the Grand National Series, and later it was named the Winston Cup Series before settling
on Sprint. Eventually the circuit would adopt a championship series at the end of the Sprint Cup season, known as The Chase
for the Cup. The Chase now features the top 12 drivers of the regular season all competing in a series of races to decide
who wins the championship of that racing season. NASCAR has ballooned in popularity in recent years, and now is considered
the second-most popular sport in the United States of America, trailing only the National Football League.
as a Fan
There is nothing like seeing a stock car go 200 mph as you sit back and watch in awe. Watch your favorite
driver burn some rubber as he heads into the final lap and takes the checkered flag by joining NASCAR's most dedicated fans
at a big race sometime soon. There has never been a better time to get out and show your support for your favorite driver
in a top-tier racing event like none other in sports.
Introducing New Fans
Seeing the best drivers hit
the track in person is something that will stick with you for a long time, and it's a great event to attend with friends and
family, as the atmosphere is fun-filled with the feel of one big party. The time is now if you want to get the best seats
in the house for some of the most anticipated NASCAR events. Don't hesitate to join in the action of a race that is sure to
have plenty of heart-pounding excitement that is good for the whole family. If you've never been to a NASCAR race in person
before, then you've been missing out on an exhilarating experience that will have you looking to make it out to the track
on a regular basis.
When you head to the racetrack to see a big NASCAR event, you'll be treated
to seeing some of the best drivers in the world start their engines and rev them up to incredible speeds. The best way to
see a big race is to attend the festivities in person so you can get the full effect of the spectacle and everything that
comes with it. The parking lots outside the stadium are filled with activity before the race, and everyone flocks into the
raceway for the main event. It's always a great time at a NASCAR event, and fans love to show up in droves for all the top
races of the season.