TALES OF THE TURTLES 400
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Tales of the Turtles 400 Tickets
Location: Chicagoland Speedway-Jolliet, Illinois
Series: Monster Energy Cup Series
Track Size: 1.5 Miles
First Race: 2001
Chicagoland 400 TicketsLocated 30 miles south of downtown Chicago, just off Old Route 66, sits the largest sporting facility in the State of Illinois. The newest track on the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series circuit next to Kansas Speedway, Chicagoland Speedway was an annual stop on the schedule every season from 2001 to 2019. The 1.5 mile tri-oval differentiates itself from some of the other "cookie cutter" tracks on the circuit with it's noticeably curved back stretch. While Chicago has long been a hub of professional sports in the United States, the men and women of NASCAR have certainly carved out their own place in the sports spectrum of the town. Make plans to attend the Chicagoland 400 and order your tickets from StubHub today!
What is the fan experience like at Chicagoland Speedway?Every NASCAR event is centered on the tailgating experience for fans, and the party you'll find in the heart of the midwest is certainly no exception. The free parking offered by Chicagoland Speedway puts you in the heart of like-minded race fans who are looking for a party before the green flag ever flies. Another similarity between Chicagoland and other tracks is the option to bring in your RV and spend the weekend camping and spending time around the track. Chicagoland takes their camping to another level when you begin to really look at the plethora of driver Q&A sessions as well as other meet and greets that are scheduled throughout the weekend. If you opt for a pit pass, Chicagoland Speedway offers unmatched opportunities to get up close with the cars and drivers you've bought your ticket to see as you're allowed to venture into the Top 15 Garage. Finally, the annual pre-race concert is a favorite event for a lot of fans and is a great chance to really enjoy yourself before the race even begins. You'll have the opportunity to see different big named artists perform live at the Fan Zone. The 2019 concert was headlined by Grammy-nominated country music artist, Lee Brice.
Who are some past winners of the Chicagoland 400 at Chicagoland Speedway?On the Cup Series schedule from 2001-2019, Chicagoland Speedway has seen a multitude of drivers pull into victory lane after the Chicagoland 400. Legendary names such as Jeff Gordon and Tony Steward have won here, while "young guns" like Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Busch have also prevailed in recent years. 2019 saw Alex Bowman pass Kyle Larson with only five laps to go to pick up his first career victory.
How many seats are there at Chicagoland Speedway?While Chicagoland Speedway's grandstands are built to hold 75,000 spectators, there are 37 luxury suites as well as infield areas and campgrounds at and around the track where you can watch from. Between all of the seating options, there is room for over 80,000 race fans.
When is the 2020 Chicagoland 400?The green flag will fly over Chicagoland Speedway to kick off the Chicagoland 400 on Sunday, June 21, 2020, at 2:30 PM EDT.
How much are tickets for the Chicagoland 400?Tickets for the Chicagoland 400 start for as little as $50 but may reach as much as $170 based on seating preferences and other fan experiences. Be sure to continue checking the world's largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub, for the best prices on tickets for the Chicagoland 400 and all other Monster Energy Cup Series events.
Where can I get tickets for the Chicagoland 400?You can get your tickets for the Chicagoland 400 and all other events at Chicagoland Speedway at the world's largest ticket marketplace, StubHub.
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