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Drive for the Cure 200 - Xfinity Series Tickets
Event: Drive for the Cure 250
Location: Concord, N.C.
Venue: Road Course at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Series: Xfinity Series
Past Winners: AJ Allmendinger, Chase Briscoe
Drive for the Cure 250 TicketsThe Drive for the Cure 250 is a NASCAR Xfinity Series race. It has been conducted each autumn at the Charlotte Motor Speedway since 1982. In 2018 the Drive for the Cure 250 event moved from the tri-oval speedway track to the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course. The Drive for the Cure 250 enjoys a long tradition at Charlotte Motor Speedway. NASCAR Hall of Fame member Darrell Waltrip won the first fall Xfinity race at Charlotte in 1982 driving a Pontiac. The race was known then as the Miller High Life 300. Since then, a galaxy of past and present NASCAR stars has stepped up to the winner's podium after the race for the Cure 250. Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch and Mark Martin each have three wins in the Drive for the Cure 250 race. On the tri-oval, the Drive for the Cure 250 is one of NASCAR's most historic races. Grab your Drive for the Cure 250 tickets at StubHub.
Who won the 2019 Drive for the Cure 250?AJ Allmendinger took the lead from Christopher Bell on Lap 48 of the Drive for the Cure 250 race's 67 laps. He led the final 20 laps and stormed to a 2.386-second margin of victory. Tyler Reddick, Austin Cindric, Justin Allgaier and Noah Gragson rounded out the top five finishers. After leading 19 laps, Bell faded to a 12th place finish. Chase Briscoe sat on the pole with a lap of 100.346 mph on the 2.280-mile course. The race saw seven cautions and 14 laps run under the yellow flag. There were seven lead changes among six drivers. In addition to the lead changes, the competition was fierce throughout the field. NASCAR's on-track scoring monitors detected 1,129 green flag passes. For each lap contested under green, 21.3 positions changed on the track.
Who are the leading Xfinity Series drivers for Charlotte's road course?With Drive for the Cure 250 wins in 2019 and 2018, respectively, Allmendinger and Briscoe are elite among Xfinity road course drivers. Briscoe backed up his 2018 win with a top-10 finish in 2019. Reddick scored a top-10 finish in 2018, then ran second to Allmendinger in 2019. Austin Cindric finished third in each of the past two Drive for the Cure 250 races. Bell finished fifth in 2018. Cole Custer also has two top-10 finishes in the two Charlotte Road Course races. Among full-time Xfinity drivers, Briscoe, Reddick, Cindric and Custer are establishing themselves as road course racers to watch.
When is the Drive for the Cure 250?The 2020 Drive for the Cure 250 schedule begins on Saturday, Oct. 10, at 3:30 p.m. Eastern time. It is paired with the NASCAR Cup Series Bank of America Roval 400 the following day.
Is the Drive for the Cure 250 part of the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs?The Drive for the Cure 250 promises to be among the most dramatic races in the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Playoffs. It is the third race of the Playoffs and the first elimination race. Twelve drivers will qualify for the Playoffs, beginning with the Food City 300 in Bristol. The Playoffs then move to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the Las Vegas 300. After two races at Playoffs-level intensity, the field moves to Charlotte. After the Drive for the Cure 250, four drivers will be removed from the Playoffs field.
How can I get tickets to the Xfinity road course race at Charlotte?StubHub is your best source for tickets to the Drive for the Cure 250 road course race and all of the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs action.
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