Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series Tickets
Location: Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif.
Sport: NASCAR Cup Series
Sponsors: Automobile Club of Southern California
Notable Races: 2019 winner Kyle Busch also won his 200th race across all NASCAR top-divisions
Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series TicketsThe first Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series race was run in 1997. Back then it was known as the California 500 presented by NAPA, and it was given its current name in 2011. During the inaugural race, the average lap-speed was clocked at 155.012. The pole was won with a lap-speed of 183.015. This race takes place at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. Past winners include Kurt Busch, Mark Martin and Rusty Wallace. The team with the most wins is Roush Fenway Racing with seven while Ford is the car model that has won the most competitions with ten. The oval-shaped track provides for fast speeds. Its length means the leaders can leave the pack behind. The current NASCAR-race format has changed the complexion of the competition, which provides for unpredictable finishes. Grab your Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets at StubHub.
How much are Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets?The capacity of the Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series event is 68,000 grandstand seats. This means there are several seats and ticket prices at your disposal. You can sit in the lower grandstands, or you can sit in the premium section. Within the grandstands, you have your choice of center-lower and upper, among others, which all have different pricing. The best way to find out the latest prices is to check out StubHub.
What notable racers have been at the Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series?The first NASCAR cup series race run at this racetrack was in 1997, which was won by Jeff Gordon. The most recent winner was Kyle Busch in 2019. Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth are the drivers with the most wins at this venue.
What date is the Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series?The 2020 Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series schedule will be held on Sunday, March 1. This is typically a spring venue for the NASCAR cup series. Often it is one of the races run during the west coast tour.
How big is the Auto Club Speedway?The Auto Club Speedway is a two-mile D-shaped oval. It is an asphalt track that consists of a pit lane and several parking areas with 32,000 paved spaces. Parking is free. For NASCAR races, the grandstand capacity is 68,000. The property sits on 568 acres where the speedway interior is 130.7 acres.
What is a Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series race like?In addition to watching the race, there is plenty to do during the Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series schedule. The parking gates open at least two hours before the gates to the grandstands open. Fans have the opportunity to check out the Fan Zone, which includes food, activities and live music as well as stunt shows and kids' activities. Heading over to the pits is also a popular option.
How is the tailgating scene at Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series?Tailgating is allowed before the Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series schedule begins and throughout. You are simply asked to keep the tailgating to your parking spot.
What other races like the Auto Club 400 - NASCAR Cup Series can I attend?Those interested in attending more NASCAR cup races might want to check out the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at the Sonoma Raceway in Northern California, the Penzoil 400 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas or the FanShield 500 at the Phoenix Raceway in Arizona.
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