QUAKER STATE 400 - NASCAR CUP SERIES
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Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series Tickets
Location: Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky
Sponsors: Quaker State, Walmart
Notable Races: Inaugural race in 2011
Most Wins: Brad Keselowski, three wins
Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series TicketsSince 2011, the Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series has been held annually in July at the Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Ken. The inaugural event was so anticipated, tickets sold at a quick rate and led to heavy traffic congestion on race day. Kyle Busch won the first Quaker State 400 at this track. The average lap-speed was 137.314. In 2019, the average lap-speed was 141.070 and a 184.590 lap-speed took the pole position. The action does not disappoint because lead changes are common. The 2019 event saw 15 such changes. Since this is one of the newer events on the NASCAR circuit, the history is still a small sample size. Kyle Busch has won two Quaker State 400 races, but in 2019, his brother Kurt won the event. Grab your Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets at StubHub.
How much are Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets?The price of Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets varies. Fans have the option to sit in one of the five grandstands. Plus, you get to pick from the available rows. Those who are searching for an upgraded experience can take a look at the seats in the towers. For the latest price information, check out StubHub.
What notable racers have been at the Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series?The Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series at the Kentucky Speedway has a short history. While the NASCAR legends did not participate in this event, the current generation of notable drivers are making their mark. Kyle Busch won the inaugural race in 2011 while his brother Kurt won the most recent race in 2019. Brad Keselowski, Matt Kenseth and Martin Truex Jr. have also been winners.
What date is the Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series?The date for the 2020 Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series is set for Saturday, July 11.
How big is the Kentucky Speedway?The Kentucky Speedway broke ground on July 18, 1998. A 1.5-mile tri-oval, it has a capacity of up to 107,000 depending on the configuration. There are 87,000 grandstand seats as well as suite and box options. The venue sits on 1,000 acres that includes parking and camping space.
What is a Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series race like?Race day at the Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series schedule is exciting. This is an all-day event that has plenty of activities before and during the race. On the concourse, fans will find special presentations first-time fans, interactive displays and souvenir row as well as the opportunity to listen to live concerts and taste unique concessions.
How is the tailgating scene at Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series?The tailgating scene at a Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series is festive. Tailgating is actually encouraged. Fans have the opportunity to camp throughout the race weekend, which adds to the ambiance leading up to the green flag. There are seven camping options. Each has its own set of views and perks. The Millionaire's Row Campground is described as one of the best in all of motorsports.
What other races like the Quaker State 400 - NASCAR Cup Series can I attend?Other races fans can attend include the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway, the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway or the Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
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