Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series Tickets
Event: Food City 500
Location: Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, Tenn.
Sport: NASCAR Cup Series
Sponsor: Food City
Notable Races: 2019, when Kyle Busch held off brother Kurt to win his third race in a row
Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series TicketsThe Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series was first run in 1961 and takes place annually in the spring. This event has had its share of memorable finishes and rivalries. NASCAR legends like Rusty Wallace, Dale Earnhardt and Bobby Allison have participated in the event. The race is known as "The Bullring" because the drivers have limited space for passing, which makes it more dangerous for them to do so. Getting back on the track after pit stops can also be tricky. This is a race that takes place on a 0.533-mile oval that has seen lap speeds increasing. In 2019, the average lap speed was 94.531, while a lap speed of 129.230 won the pole. You can see all the action front and center when you attend the live event. Get your Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets at StubHub.
How much are Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets?You have several Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series ticket options. You can sit in sections named for Dale Earnhardt, David Pearson, Richard Petty and other racing stars, with seats varying in price. Fans can also opt for the VIP experience that includes a climate-controlled seating area, souvenir and parking pass. To find out the latest ticket prices, visit StubHub.
Which notable racers have competed in the Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series?The venue opened at a time when the NASCAR culture was very much still intertwined with its historical roots of moonshine running. Therefore, this race has had its share of notable rivalries and historic racers including David Pearson, Richard Petty and LeeRoy Yarbrough. Today, Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski and Denny Hamlin try their luck at "The World's Fastest Half-Mile."
When is the next Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series?The 2020 Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series is slated for Sunday, April 5.
How big is Bristol Motor Speedway?Bristol Motor Speedway has a seating capacity of 162,000. Known as "The Last Great Colosseum," the track is a 0.533 mile-oval made of concrete. It includes typical sports entertainment amenities such as concession stands.
What is a Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series race like?The Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series race is one of the most anticipated. This is the race that has several nicknames, including "Thunder Valley," thanks to the venue. Since it takes place in an amphitheater setting, no matter where you sit, you are close to the action. It is 500 laps long, but because the laps are short, anything can happen at any turn. There are also Fan Zones to visit, including one dedicated to activities for children.
How is the tailgating scene at Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series?Tailgating is a popular pastime at the Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series race. Fans can camp the entire weekend of the race in addition to tailgating. Several amenities are available, including access to restrooms and showers, Wi-Fi and hook-ups to water, electricity and sewer.
What other races like the Food City 500 - NASCAR Cup Series can I attend?Other NASCAR Cup Series races you might consider checking out are the Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, the Coca-Cola 600 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Quaker State 400 Presented by Walmart at the Kentucky Motor Speedway.
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