Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway Tickets
Venue: Michigan International Speedway
Location: Brooklyn, Mich.
Notable winners: Cale Yarborough, Bobby Allison, Darrell Waltrip, Bill Elliott, Rusty Wallace, Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Kurt Busch and Ryan Newman
FireKeepers Casino 400 TicketsThe Firekeepers Casino 400 is one of the most action-packed races on the NASCAR circuit. Since 1969, hundreds of drivers have braved the 2-mile, D-shaped Michigan International Speedway to compete for the flag. Each year, over 125,000 rowdy fans pack in to witness some of the most unpredictable racing in NASCAR. Aside from Cale Yarborough's inaugural 1969 victory, there have been a number of memorable races, including Greg Biffle's second consecutive win in 2006, Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s 2008 victory, breaking a 76-race drought, the 2016 Kyle Larson breakthrough after several second-place finishes and the sentimental 2018 win for veteran Clint Bowyer after several attempts. In addition to NASCAR, fans are treated to post-race concerts. Loverboy, Warrant and Love and Theft are just a few of the bands that have performed. To experience the FireKeepers Casino 400 up close and personal, get your tickets at StubHub.
Who won the 2019 FireKeepers Casino 400 race?On a thrilling night of racing, Joey Logano outpaced Martin Truex and Kurt Busch to win the 2019 FireKeepers Casino 400.
What is the history of the Michigan International Speedway?The Michigan International Speedway broke ground on Sept. 28, 1967. The 2-mile, oval-shaped track opened with a seating capacity of 25,000. The entire project is estimated to have cost between $4 million and $6 million. The track has seen its share of established veterans and newcomers. One of the most notable victories was the 1969 inaugural race between Cale Yarborough and LeeRoy Yarbrough. Cale emerged with the victory after LeeRoy spun out just 300 yards from the finish line. Over the years, the Michigan International Speedway has seen its share of serious crashes. It is widely recognized as the fastest and most dangerous track in the world. The Penske family took over the speedway in 1973, and they poured millions of dollars into it. The expansions over the years have helped build Michigan International Speedway into one of the grandest venues on the NASCAR circuit.
What is the camping scene like at the FireKeepers Casino 400?Due to the overwhelming number of fans, the Michigan International Speedway provides camping facilities for guests. Fans from all over can take advantage of a longtime speedway tradition that encourages a safe and comfortable stay. The largest registered campground in the state, Michigan International Speedway offers nearly 9,000 campsites. Families are invited to hunker down on the infield and take advantage of the many services offered by the speedway. In between activities, fans can mingle, eat, drink, bike and engage in other enjoyable activities. In its effort to ensure that all guests have a pleasant experience, the speedway offers tent and RV rentals, ice, water and even a taxi service. Service trucks roam the area day and night. If you need something, just flag one down.
How much are FireKeepers Casino 400 tickets?Fans can purchase single tickets and family packages that are both affordable and right in the heart of the action. You can get deep discounts and the best seating if you buy your tickets early. Some venues throw in perks like free parking and huge discounts on other guest services. Single tickets start at $75, while family packages can range anywhere from $500 to $2,500, depending on the seating and perks included.
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