FANSHIELD 500 - NASCAR CUP SERIES
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FanShield 500 - NASCAR Cup Series Tickets
Event: FanShield 500
Location: Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, Ariz.
Sport: NASCAR Cup Series
2020 Sponsor: FanShield
Notable Races:Jeff Gordon, first time 2007 winner at Phoenix
Fanshield 500 - NASCAR Cup Series TicketsIn 2020, the FanShield 500 – NASCAR Cup Series race will be held in Avondale, Ariz., sponsored by FanShield. The NASCAR Cup Series race, the fourth race in the 2019 season was known as the FanShield 500 and had a small entry list of 36 drivers, the smallest since the 2018 season at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Kurt Busch, driving for team Pensky, took home the 2019 TicketGuardian Championship win by completing the 312-lap race in 1.259 seconds around the fourth turn driving 1.022-miles. Busch started the race in fourth place but overtook Martin Truex, Jr., who finished second place. The 2018 winner was Kevin Harvick, who was also the top NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver with seven wins to his name at the Phoenix International Raceway, with Kyle Busch getting second place. Grab your FanShield 500 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets at StubHub.
How much are FanShield 500 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets?Ticket prices to see the FanScield 500 – NASCAR Cup Series will vary depending on your location and seat row you choose. At the speedway, fans can sit in the AJ Foyt Jr., Richard Petty or Jimmy Bryan grandstand, which are between turn 4 and 1. The Bobby Allison grandstand is situated between turn 1 and 2. A new ticket package will be available at the FanShield 500 will commemorate the historic career of Jimmie Johnson, seven-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion.
Who were notable racers at the last NASCAR Cup Series?In 2019, Kurt Busch won the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series FanShield 500, leading the final 17 laps around the 1-mile track. Other notable racers who have competed in this event are Kurt's brother Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Jeff Gordon.
What date is the TicketGuardian 500 - NASCAR Cup Series?The FanShield 500 – NASCA Cup Series is scheduled to take place March 6- 8 to kick off the race season at the Phoenix International raceway.
How big is Phoenix International Raceway?Originally opened in 1964, the Phoenix International Raceway did not begin holding NASCAR events until 1988. The Phoenix International Raceways is a tri-oval track that is 1-mile long and includes a winding 1.5-mile course with 11 turns. The reserved seating capacity will hold 65,000 fans, including grandstands and general admission seating. The raceway was also known as the ISM Raceway but is known as the Phoenix International Raceway is 2020.
What is a FanShield 500 - NASCAR Cup Series race like?Since the FanShield 500 is a weekend-long event, there will be several activities for fans. Families can take their children to the kid zones to see interactive displays and cars in Zoomtown USA. Depending on the ticket package chosen, fans can also experience a tour of the Fox television compound, 15-minute question/answer session with NASCAR Hall of Fame Rusty Wallace, or garage and pit access. Finally, experience seeing your favorite driver compete for the Championship win.
What other races are similar to the Fanshield 500 - NASCAR Cup Series can I attend?Those who are interested in attending more races can check out the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway, the NASCAR Cup Series Race at Dover at Dover International Speedway and the Coca-Cola 600 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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