PENNZOIL 400 - NASCAR CUP SERIES
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Pennzoil 400 - NASCAR Cup Series Tickets
Location: Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nev.
Sport: NASCAR Cup Series
Sponsors: Pennzoil, Jiffy Lube
Notable Races: In 2013, Matt Kenseth won on his 41st birthday, March 10.
Pennzoil 400 TicketsThe inaugural Pennzoil 400 race took place in 1998 when Mark Martin took home the checkered flag. The event was known as the Las Vegas 400 until 1999. The most recent winner was Joey Logano in 2019. The race is held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nev. As you watch the Pennzoil 400, you can experience the thrill of watching the speeding cars set against the vibrant backdrop of Las Vegas. In 2019, the average lap speed was 154.849 mph, while an amazing 180.517 mph achieved the pole position. The current generation of NASCAR drivers who have dominated the event by bringing their brand of racing to the track include Martin Truex Jr., Brad Keselowski and the Las Vegas-born Busch brothers, Kurt and Kyle. Like other NASCAR events, the race is the focal point, but there are several activities that lead up to the waving of the green flag. The track is surrounded by free parking for your convenience. StubHub is your source for Pennzoil 400 tickets.
How much are Pennzoil 400 tickets?With a capacity of 123,000, you have lots of seat choices at your disposal. You can sit in the main, Dale Earnhardt or Richard Petty terrace. Then, you get to pick the row and seats. For the latest ticket prices, visit StubHub.
What notable racers have been at the Pennzoil 400?The first Pennzoil 400 took place in 1998. Notable NASCAR drivers who have won include Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth and Jeff Burton. Roush Fenway Racing has the most team wins with seven, while Ford has come away with the most manufacturer wins at 11.
What is the date for the next Pennzoil 400?The 2020 Pennzoil 400 is scheduled to take place on Sunday, Feb. 23. This a stop that is usually made early in the NASCAR season when the drivers go west.
How big is the Las Vegas Motor Speedway?The Las Vegas Motor Speedway sits on 1,600 acres. It has hosted a variety of events in addition to the NASCAR Cup Series races, like the Electric Daisy Carnival, ReMax World Long Drive Championship and Red Bull Air Race World Championships. The track is made of asphalt and is a 1.5-mile oval. The seat capacity is 123,000, and there are 102 suites. The venue hosts other motorsports events, too.
What is a Pennzoil 400 race like?There is no shortage of things to do when you attend the Pennzoil 400. In addition to the race itself, there is a series of activities that lead up to the main event, like Fan Zones. Fans can also check out the Neon Garage by purchasing a pit pass or be part of the action during drivers' introductions by purchasing the corresponding pass. There are plenty of concession stands set up throughout the concourse where food, drinks and merchandise are sold, too.
What is the tailgating scene like at the Pennzoil 400?Tailgating for the Pennzoil 400 race is encouraged. Fans have the opportunity to camp throughout the race weekend, too. Camping is available in 10 areas. Several amenities are at your disposal depending on the option you pick. Each camping option has a different view of the venue.
What other races like the Pennzoil 400 can I attend?The Auto Club 400 at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., the FanShield 500 at the Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, Ariz., and the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth are other races you can attend.
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