ACS NXS 300 AT AUTO CLUB SPEEDWAY
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ACS NXS 300 at Auto Club Speedway Tickets
Series: Xfinity Series
First Race: 1997
Location: Fontana, Calif.
First Winner: Todd Bodine
Track Size: 2 miles
Production Alliance Group 300 TicketsThe Production Alliance Group 300 is a NASCAR Xfinity Series race held every year at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. Originally called California Speedway, the track opened on June 20, 1997, and hosted its first Xfinity Series race in October of that year. Todd Bodine was the first Xfinity Series driver to take the checkered flag at the new track, and he still holds the record for the worst starting position of an eventual race winner after taking the green flag from the 28th position. The track, which is located just 50 miles outside of Los Angeles, Calif., has hosted at least one Xfinity Series race each season since its opening. Auto Club Speedway was the host of two Xfinity Series races each season from 2004 until 2010 before going back to a single race per year in 2011. In February 2008, the name of the track was changed from California Speedway to Auto Club Speedway when the Automobile Club of Southern California bought the naming rights to the track. Get your tickets today for the Production Alliance Group 300 at Auto Club Speedway at StubHub.
Who are some past winners of the Production Alliance Group 300?After a long run of dominance by NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series drivers in the Production Alliance Group 300, Xfinity Series drivers have recently gone back to victory lane as Cole Cluster and Harrison Burton won the race in 2019 and 2020, respectively. Prior to their wins, household names such as Joey Logano, Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch were all race winners. Kyle Busch leads all drivers in victories in the Production Alliance Group 300 with five.
What is the tailgating experience like at Auto Club Speedway?Like most NASCAR tracks, tailgating is a central focus of race weekends at Auto Club Speedway. Not only are there plenty of spots around the outside of the track for you to park your RV and enjoy a tailgate, but Auto Club Speedway also offers an area in the track infield to tailgate. In addition to enjoying the infield tailgate, the area puts you in a great position to enjoy the race from the comfort of your camper.
What is the fan experience like at Auto Club Speedway?There are plenty of things for you to do at the 122,000-seat Auto Club Speedway other than just sitting back and watching the race. Fans who want to maximize their trips to Fontana should check out the Busch Block Party. The Busch Block Party not only gives you access to food, drinks and live entertainment before the race, but it also serves as a pit pass. Your pit pass gives you an up-close look at your favorite teams as they prepare for the race, and you can snap a picture in Victory Lane. For fans who don’t want to splurge on the entire Busch Block Party experience, the Fan Zone is another great option. The Fan Zone is an area that offers merchandise giveaways, interactive games and its own lineup of live entertainment.
How long is the Production Alliance Group 300 at Auto Club Speedway?The Production Alliance Group 300 at Auto Club Speedway is made up of 150 laps around the 2-mile oval track, resulting in a 300-mile race.
Where can I buy tickets for the Production Alliance Group 300?NASCAR fans can grab their tickets to see the Production Alliance Group 300 and the rest of the Xfinity Cup Series at the world’s largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub. StubHub offers electronic ticket delivery options that will put your ticket on your mobile device, as well as 360-degree seating previews on select seats. Customers can also take advantage of the secure checkout process offered by StubHub designed to protect your private information.
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