2014 U.S. Cellular 250
Newton, Iowa is sure to be absolutely buzzing with anticipation leading up to the opening
lap of the U.S. Cellular 250, a top-tier NASCAR event that always brings fans out by the tens of thousands to the Iowa Speedway.
Come out and see some of the best drivers in the world as the U.S. Cellular 250 to put on a show and you'll end up with an
experience that you won't soon forget, not to mention the perfect reminder that trying to conjure up the atmosphere from home
is an impossibility. This may be one of the newer NASCAR races, dating only to 2009, but this is a great place for NASCAR
and the U.S. Cellular 250 seems to only get bigger and better from one year to the next.
Newton Raceway is always rocking
each and every year for the U.S. Cellular 250, which is a tradition that isn't likely to change any time in the near future
as the very best drivers in the sport come together for an amazing race filled with bench-gripping moments. 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 U.S. Cellular 250
gets underway for another rip-roaring racing experience that will have fans buzzing long after the checkered flag comes out.
U.S. Cellular 250 Drivers
Taking place at the Newton Raceway in Newton, Iowa, the U.S. Cellular 250 is the perfect
experience for NASCAR fans of all ages, making it the perfect event whether you're a hardcore NASCAR fan or looking to take
the family for a day of engine-pumping excitement. Guys like Kyle Busch, Elliot Sadler and Brad Keselowski have all won this
event and it's the type of race that tends to have plenty of amazing moments from one year to the next. These days, you can
still find the very best drivers around as they take a run at the checkered flag in a race that is sure to be the talk of
the town leading up to the opening lap.
U.S. Cellular 250/Iowa Speedway History
The U.S. Cellular 250
have been a part of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tickets market since the 2009, and it hasn't taken very long for it to become
a major part of the race scene around Iowa. Iowa Speedway first opened in 2005 and has been a major draw ever since, with
events like the U.S. Cellular 250 ranking as one of the biggest events of the sure. More than ever, Iowa Speedway is sure
to be absolutely packed with passionate fans that pour into the stands in droves to see some top-tier NASCAR, providing the
perfect backdrop if you're a racing fan. Holding a total of 30,000 fans for the biggest events, Iowa Speedway in Newton is
just one of those places you don't want to skip if you're looking for a little bit of excitement, and the U.S. Cellular 250
is sure to have exactly that.
In addition to the U.S. Cellular 250, the Iowa Speedway also hosts plenty of other big
events as well, including NASCAR favorite Get to Know Newton 250 and IndyCar Series event Iowa Corn Indy 300. This is a venue
that also hosts events for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series as well as plenty of other events as well, making the Iowa
Speedway the place to be if you're near Newton looking for a great race that will have you out of your seat in no time.
U.S. Cellular 250 Trivia
Did you know Brad Keselowski has already won this event twice?
Winning the first
race in 2009 and once again in 2013, nobody has been better than Brad Keselowski during the U.S. Cellular 250. Chevy and Ford
have also both won this event twice, with Ford winning two out of the last three. The other car company to pull down a win
was Toyota, with Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing dominating the rest of the field during the 2010 race on the way to the checkered
U.S. Cellular 250 Spectator Experience
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 Grand Canyon while squinting at a postcard. Instead of missing out on the action, the
better play is to grab your favorite NASCAR gear, a couple friends and get ready to see the big race the way it was intended
to be seen. Perhaps more than any other sport, NASCAR is a sport that you just can't truly appreciate until you're actually
there with tens of thousands of your fellow fans, and that's the atmosphere that you're going to get once again this year
for the U.S. Cellular 250 as the top drivers around come to Newton to put on a show.