CAMPING WORLD 400 - NASCAR CUP SERIES
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Camping World 400 - NASCAR Cup Series Tickets
Series: NASCAR Cup
Track: Chicagoland Speedway
Past Winners: Tony Stewart, Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Alex Bowman, Mark Martin
Camping World 400 TicketsThe Camping World 400 is an annual stock car race held at the Chicagoland Speedway. Ever since tires first hit asphalt track in 2001, the Camping World 400 has been a proving ground for some of the best drivers in the sport of professional racing. Though it's no longer the opening race of the NASCAR playoffs after schedule rearrangements in 2018 moved the race day from September to June, it's no less important to the overall Cup Series or to the many dedicated fans who look forward to attending each year. Tony Stewart, Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Martin Truex, Jr., Alex Bowman, Mark Martin and others have all won the race here, emerging as some of the top racers both at the Chicagoland Speedway and in the NASCAR Cup Series as a whole. Get your Camping World 400 tickets at StubHub today to experience the magic for yourself.
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How long is the Camping World 400 race?The Camping World 400 race is 400.5 miles long. This equates to 267 laps on a 1.5-mile track and around three hours of total race time though this will obviously depend on factors like driver speeds, weather and more when seeing the race for yourself on the big day.
When did the first Camping World 400 take place?The Camping World 400 started in 2001 as the Tropicana 400 on July 15. Outside of name changes, of which there have been 10 in total, the biggest change to this race over the years has been when it is run. The race was moved from its midsummer spot in 2011 when the race was moved to September, a date that stuck until it moved back to July 1 in 2018 and then to June 30 in 2019, with future races so far planning to stick to this late-June time slot.
What kind of entertainment and events happen during the Camping World 400 race day?There's a ton to do on race day when you're seeing the Camping World 400 in person. With extras like the Fan Zone Pit Pass giving you unparalleled behind-the-scenes access, the Legends Club supplying you with great seats and tons of extras, driver meet and greets, and the delicious food and drink available from concessions, you'll have plenty to keep you occupied before the race even starts. There's also plentiful space to camp out in RVs during the race weekend and beyond.
What's it like to see the Camping World 400 in person?It's always top-level excitement when going to see the Camping World 400. Fans scream and cheer from the stands as drivers race around the track. Despite its young age, the races held each year have consistently proven to be major events. The top talent in NASCAR is always giving it their all here, this enthusiasm translating to the fans each time.
How is the tailgating at the Camping World 400?Tailgating thrives at the Chicagoland Speedway, and you can participate once you have your Camping World 400 tickets. There's plenty of free parking to enjoy before and after games with other fans of the sport, not to mention five RV campgrounds you can rent space at both in and around the track.
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