CONSUMERS ENERGY 400 - NASCAR CUP SERIES
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Consumers Energy 400 - NASCAR Cup Series Tickets
Sport: NASCAR racing
Series: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup
Track: Michigan International Speedway
Previous Winners: David Pearson, Kevin Harvick, Greg Biffle, Matt Kenseth, Ryan Newman
Pure Michigan 400 TicketsThe Pure Michigan 400 (also known as the Consumers Energy 400) is an annual NASCAR race held at the Michigan International Speedway. A race loaded with history dating back several decades, the Pure Michigan 400 is a sight to behold. Barring the 1973 cancellation, the Pure Michigan 400 has been a consistent part of NASCAR history since it first began in 1969. Many of the top racers in the sport gather here each year to test their skills against each other over 400 miles of track. The likes of Kevin Harvick, Greg Biffle, Jeff Gordon and plenty of others have all taken to the track and won the gold at least once, David Pearson holding the distinction of being both the first winner of the race and the overall most winning driver to ever race in the event. If you’re ready to experience the magic of this race first hand, head over to StubHub today and get yourself some tickets.
Where can I purchase Pure Michigan 400 tickets?If you're excited to see the Pure Michigan 400 in person, make sure to get your tickets at StubHub before the race starts. StubHub provides tickets for all your favorite events, from racing to football to concerts and more, all without having to leave your home.
When was the first Pure Michigan 400 held?Originally known as the Yankees 600, this race first debuted in 1969. As the name implies, the original length of the race was supposed to be 600 miles. This didn't pan out as intended due to poor weather, the race permanently being shortened to 400 miles (and renamed the Yankee 400) after the premature end of the original Yankees 600.
How long is the Pure Michigan 400?The Pure Michigan 400 is 400 miles long, equating to 200 laps of racing. In terms of time, this usually amounts to around two and a half to three hours of racing, a number that can change depending on things like weather, driver condition, unexpected hazards and numerous other variables.
When does the Pure Michigan 400 take place each year?Ever since the very first race, the Pure Michigan 400 has taken place in mid- to late-August. For exact dates, check out the official website for the race or keep an eye on StubHub's own ticket listings for accurate and up-to-date information on this and other live entertainment.
What's tailgating like before and after the race?Tailgating is as much a part of the Pure Michigan 400 as the race itself. People from all over travel to the area surrounding the track to socialize and have a good time both before and after the race itself. Fans of the race tend not to waste time doing things halfheartedly, some of the more notable tailgaters even taking their own custom buses to the party.
What's it like to watch the Pure Michigan 400 live?There's always plenty to do and see when watching the Pure Michigan 400. Crowds are always huge, frequently spilling out of the speedway itself and int the area around it. Fans cheer as the cars tear across that asphalt oval, jockeying for first place. There's also the delicious food sold at the concession stands around the area, including the always-popular poutine dog.
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