Alsco 300 (Charlotte) - Xfinity Series Tickets
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Venue: Charlotte Motor Speedway
Sport: NASCAR Racing
Series: Xfinity Series
Notable Past Winners: Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Kyle Larson, Kasey Kahne
Alsco 300 TicketsThe Alsco 300 is a race in NASCAR's Xfinity Series. It has been held every year in late May since 1982. It consists of 200 laps around Charlotte Motor Speedway's 1.5-mile track. The race is run in three stages. Stage one and two are 45 laps each. The third stage runs 110 laps and completes the race. Harry Gant won the first Alsco 300 in 1982 when it was known as the Mello Yello 300. Since then, the race has been won by NASCAR legends like Bobby Allison, Dale Earnhardt and Mark Martin. Contemporary stars like Austin Dillon, Tyler Reddick and Brad Keselowski have also visited Victory Circle after the Alsco 300. Kyle Busch leads all drivers with five Alsco 300 victories. Martin, Earnhardt, Jarrett and Keselowski are among those who have won this race three times. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. set the race qualifying record with a lap of 186.994 in 2011. The Alsco 300 matches history with speed for an unforgettable racing experience. Grab your Alsco 300 tickets at StubHub for this exciting race in Charlotte.
Who won the 2019 Alsco 300?Tyler Reddick finished 2.102 seconds ahead of Justin Allgaier to win the 2019 Alsco 300. Jeffrey Earnhardt, Noah Gragson and Justin Haley completed the top five finishing order. Reddick led 110 of the event's 200 laps on his way to victory. Michael Annett sat on the pole with a lap of 184.313 and finished sixth. The race saw 10 caution incidents and ran under caution for 56 laps. There were 15 lead changes among seven drivers. Only two competitors retired from the race due to crashes.
Who are the leading Alsco 300 drivers?Over the last five races at Charlotte, Cole Custer has a 9.8 average finishing position. He has scored one top-5 and three top-10 finishes and has accumulated 154 driver points. Brandon Jones has an average 14.0 finishing position, and has 142 driver points during that span. Justin Allgaier, Ryan Sieg and Tyler Reddick are the third through fifth-rated Xfinity drivers at Charlotte over the past five races.
When is the 2020 Alsco 300?Mark your calendar for Saturday, May 23, when the Alsco 300 is scheduled to start at 1:00 pm Eastern time. It is paired with the Coca-Cola 600 in the NASCAR Cup Series, which runs on Sunday, May 24, starting at 6:00 pm Eastern. Check StubHub for tickets to a double-header weekend of NASCAR racing at Charlotte.
Is the Alsco 300 part of the Xfinity Series Playoffs?The Alsco 300 is not included in the 2020 Xfinity Series championship playoff series; however, it will most likely influence the playoffs' driver field. Under NASCAR rules, Xfinity race winners qualify for the Series Playoffs if they are full-time Xfinity drivers ranked in the top 20 in Series points. So if a full-time Xfinity Series driver ranked in the top 20 in points wins the Alsco 300, the driver locks in his/her spot in the Series Playoffs.
How is the race competition in the Alsco 300?Historically, the Alsco 300 race is a competitive, safe event. The 38 Alsco 300 races have seen an average of seven caution incidents with 34.7 laps run under caution. Race speed has averaged just over 127 mph, and there are 13.1 lead changes in an average year. The 2019 Alsco 300 race saw 10 caution incidents and 56 laps run under yellow flag conditions. NASCAR's on-track scoring loops detected 1,430 green flag passes. Every lap under green flag racing saw 9.9 positions change throughout the field.
Where can I get tickets to the Alsco 300?StubHub is your best resource for tickets to the Alsco 300 event and all the racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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