Chicagoland Speedway 225 Tickets
Event: Chicagoland Speedway 224
Location: Joliet, Ill.
Venue: Chicagoland Speedway
Series: NASCAR Gander Outdoor Trucks Series
Notable Past Winners: Kyle Busch, Austin Dillon, Brett Moffitt
Chicagoland Speedway 225 TicketsThe Chicagoland Speedway 225 race is a 150-lap, 225-mile race held each summer at the Chicagoland Speedway. It is run in three stages. Stages 1 and 2 are 35 laps each. Stage 3 is 80 laps and completes the race. Kyle Busch won the inaugural Chicagoland Speedway 225 in 2009. Since then, Busch has won the Chicagoland Speedway 225 four more times, including consecutive wins in 2009–10 and 2015–16. Brett Moffitt also owns consecutive Chicagoland Speedway 225 race wins in 2018–19. NASCAR Cup Series star Austin Dillon won here once, in 2011. Austin Hill holds the Chicagoland 225 race qualifying record with a lap of 176.632 mph in 2019. Busch's 142.882 mph average race speed in 2014 stands as an event record. Toyota leads all manufacturers with six Chicagoland Speedway 225 wins. Chevrolet has taken home the manufacturer's trophy five times. Although Kyle Busch dominates Chicagoland Raceway 225 standings, Brett Moffitt is seeking to become the first to win three in a row. Grab your Chicagoland Speedway 224 tickets at StubHub.
How big is Chicagoland Speedway?Chicagoland Speedway is a 1.5-mile track built in a D-shaped, tri-oval configuration. The frontstretch is 2,400 feet long and is banked at 11 degrees. The backstretch is 1,700 feet long with 5 degrees of banking. Its turns are banked at 18 degrees. The racing surface is 55 feet wide. The facility sits on a 930-acre site with parking capacity for 50,000 vehicles.
Who won the Chicagoland Speedway 225 in 2019?Moffitt led 72 of the race's 150 laps and enjoyed a 3.950 margin of victory over Brandon Jones. Stewart Friesen, Harrison Burton and pole-sitter Austin Hill rounded out the top five finishers.
Have any Chicagoland Speedway 225 winners won the Trucks Series championship the same year?Three NASCAR Gander Outdoor Trucks Series champions have won the Chicagoland Speedway 225 on the way to their season titles. Moffitt won both trophies in 2018. James Buescher and Austin Dillon accomplished the feat in 2011 and 2012, respectively.
When is the 2020 Chicagoland Speedway 225?The 2020 Chicagoland Speedway 225 is scheduled for Friday, June 19. It is part of a triple-header race weekend, along with the XFINITY Series Chicagoland 300 and the Cup Series Chicagoland 400.
Is the Chicagoland Speedway 225 part of the NASCAR Gander Outdoor Trucks Series Playoffs?The Chicagoland Speedway 225 race is not in the NASCAR Gander Outdoor Trucks Series Playoffs. However, it may impact the playoffs field. To qualify for the playoffs, a race winner must be a full-time Gander Outdoor Trucks Series driver and must be in the top 20 in Series standings. If the Chicagoland Speedway 225 winner is a regular Trucks Series driver ranked in the top 20, they will automatically qualify for the Trucks Series Playoffs.
How is the racing in the Chicagoland Speedway 225?Truck racing at Chicagoland is fast and safe. The Chicagoland Speedway 225 averages just over five caution incidents per race. The event has never seen more than 10 caution flags. The 2019 race had just five caution periods and 27 laps were run under caution. Yet there were 12 lead changes among seven drivers. NASCAR's on-track scoring loops tracked 964 passes for position under green flag conditions, or 7.8 position changes per green flag lap. The Chicagoland Speedway 225 is known for for safe, competitive and clean racing.
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