TOYOTA OWNERS 400 AT RICHMOND INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
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Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway Tickets
Sport: Stock Car Racing
Venue: Richmond International Raceway
First Race: 1953
Series: NASCAR Cup
Past Winners Lee Petty, Tim Flock, Dale Earnhardt, Jeff Gordon, Martin Truex Jr.
Toyota Owners 400 TicketsThe Toyota Owners 400 is an annual race in the NASCAR Cup Series held at the Richmond International Raceway. This historic race dates all the way back to 1953, having served as a proving ground for some of the most prolific drivers in the sport each April. Racers jockey for first place over the course of 400 grueling laps. The position this race holds—near the middle of the Cup Series schedule—makes it a valuable win for those hoping to make it to the playoffs. With past winners including big names like Dale Earnhardt, Tony Stewart, Lee Petty, Jeff Gordon and Martin Truex Jr. as of the 2019 season, competition is always fierce even if other aspects of the race, like its name and length, have been modified over the years. To experience this intense race for yourself, grab some Toyota Owners 400 tickets at StubHub today.
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How long is the Toyota Owners 400?The Toyota Owners 400 is one of the few NASCAR races named for its lap length rather than distance, the race taking 400 laps to complete and equating to 300 miles and around three hours worth of race time. Changes may still happen due to factors like weather or overtime shortening or lengthening of the event.
Who has won the Toyota Owners 400 in the past?There have been numerous winners of the Toyota Owners 400 over its long history, dating all the way back to Lee Petty's original victory in 1953. Petty won a second time in 1960, and Richard Petty took the trophy a year later in 1961. Plenty of other famous racers have also finished first over the years, a few notable names being Dale Earnhardt (Sr. and Jr.), Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson.
What kind of track is the Richmond Raceway?The Toyota Owners 400 is always held at the Richmond Raceway, an asphalt track measuring at 3/4 of a mile. It is made up of four turns to make a D-shaped oval. The track is 60-feet wide and has a 10-foot apron. The pit road is 64-feet long.
When was the first Toyota Owners 400?The very first race that would eventually become known as the Toyota Owners 400 was held in 1953 under the name of the Richmond 200. The race has undergone several name changes due to length modifications and sponsorship changes. The first race to be specifically named the Toyota Owners 400 was held in 2013.
What is tailgating like at the Toyota Owners 400 race?Tailgating is extremely lively at the Richmond Raceway, especially before the Toyota Owners 400. In most cases, the entire race weekend is used by fans to tailgate and enjoy everything the venue has to offer both before and after the race. There are a lot of different areas where tailgating takes place around the Raceway, including the Lot J Reserved RV Parking Lot, the J Reserved Tent Camping Area, the Main Reserved RV Parking Area, the Laburnum Reserved RV Parking Area, the general parking Lots D and H and the Group Tailgate Lot. In addition to the standard grilling and RV camping, the Raceway also has the Midway filled with tons of games, live music, prize giveaways and more. There is also the Virginia529 Kids Zone within the Midway with activities specifically tailored to children.
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