TOYOTACARE 250 - XFINITY SERIES
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ToyotaCare 250 - Xfinity Series Tickets
Stadium: Richmond Raceway
Location: Richmond, Va.
Series: Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series
2019 Winner: Cole Custer (as part of Xfinity Series)
ToyotaCare 250 - Richmond (Spring Race) TicketsAs a new part of the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, the ToyotaCare 250 scheduled race returns to a spring slot April 18, 2020. The Richmond Raceway is the setting for this race and is the premier short track in the U.S. With the design of 14 degrees in turns, 8 degrees at the starting line on the 1,290-foot front stretch and two degrees on the 860-foot back stretch, it offers the ultimate challenge. As the site of the NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series, fierce competitions and breakneck speed are just a few marks of races at this track. Past winners include Christopher Bell from Oklahoma, who won in 2018, and Elliott Sadler, who claimed the $100,000 bonus prize. Grab your ToyotaCare 250 tickets at StubHub.
What are some additional areas that can be accessed during the ToyotaCare 250 weekend?You can purchase a Truck, Cup or Weekend Fairgrounds pass to get closer to the drivers during this event. Premium parking, racing electronic scanners rental, fanvsion and seat cushions are all available as upgrades to your ticket. You can find more ticket options at StubHub.
How has the raceway infield been designed for the ToyotaCare 250 and other races?This raceway, which seats more than 51,000, has a recently redeveloped infield to make the ToyotaCare 250 more thrilling. The new DC Solar FanGrounds allow fans access to the historic Richmond infield. The new interactive infield gets fans closer than ever before with fan-viewing walkways in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garages. Fans can also experience various "neighborhoods" throughout the infield that have something unique to offer as well as new concession stands.
What is the cost of ToyotaCare 250 tickets for the Richmond spring race?You can find tickets that range from approximately $25 to $35. Kids 12 and younger are admitted free to all grandstand sections with a ticketed adult. Onsite fan experiences and premium parking can be purchased as add-ons.
When was the first ToyotaCare 250 held?As part of the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the first race was held in 1982. It was originally called the Eastern 150 and consisted of 150 laps on the Richmond Raceway.
Who were some of the winners in the 2018 ToyotaCare 250?While Camry drivers Christopher Bell and Noah Gragson won the top two finishing positions in 2018 with a margin of victory of .423 seconds, Brandon Jones finished 10th, scoring his fourth top-10 of that season; he was racing for Joe Gibbs Racing. Rounding out the top five finishers of that race were Elliott Sadler, who sat on the pole with a speed of 121.332 mph, Matt Tifft and Austin Cindric.
What exciting new vehicles can we see from Toyota at the ToyotaCare 250?Toyota has promised that 2020 would see the introduction of the Toyota Camry TRD in its 2020 races. Toyota motorsports and Toyota vehicles have combined to enhance the Toyota experience. They use the knowledge gained from the track to make advancements to their vehicles. The ToyotaCare 250, thus, could be a showcase and testing ground for the latest models.
Who were the winners in the 2019 ToyotaCare 250?The race was won by Cole Custer, driving for Haas Automation. Second place went to Austin Cindric for LTi Printing. Justin Aligaier placed third and Tyler Reddick went home with fourth place. He was sponsored by Anderson's Maple Syrup / Safeway. It was an exciting race, and this year promises more of the same.
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