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NASCAR 2014 Season
In NASCAR'S 66th season of the Sprint Cup Series, organizers are looking to switch things up with some major game-changers! Whether you like the new rules or not, winning now means everything in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. We know you're skeptical, but the new qualifying rules just mean NASCAR qualifying races will be filled with more risk-taking and do-or-die moments than ever. After just four races completed this year, it's obvious the drama is dialed up this year!
Every driver is more aggressive, and desperate, to score a win before the Chase for the Sprint Cup, as regular season victories all but guarantee winners a spot among the 16 drivers slated to compete in the 10-race championship. If there are drivers to win multiple races, and not enough to account for the final playoff spots, that's where the points come in--to essentially serve as tie-breakers. Following the Food City 500 in Bristol, we're left with Brad Keseloswki, Kevin Harvick, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Carl Edwards with wins—Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson are next in line at -11, for those looking with the points-system in mind.
This year, tens of thousands will flock to various races along the Sprint Cup Series to be a part of the most adrenaline-infused events of summer. Will the defending champion claim a playoff spot before the month's end? The season is still young with just over 20 races left for drivers to make their mark, so you've got a lot of opportunities to score tickets for the biggest events of summer in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series! You can't miss huge races like the brand-new Duck Commander 500
, Coca-Cola 600
, Brickyard 400
and the penultimate Ford Ecoboost 400
2013 - 2014 Season
1/9/14 - Jimmie Johnson leads the way in his #48 Chevy with 2,419 points and 6 wins, Matt Kenseth is a close second—just 19 points behind with seven wins under his belt, while Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Dale Earnhardt Jr. round out the top five in the chase for the cup. Keep an eye out for Tony Stewart, who is set to make his return to the track, since breaking his leg in an Aug 5 crash, sometime in February. While the boys of NASCAR are doing their thing on the speedway, organizers have hinted at tweaking the Sprint Cup points system this year to encourage harder racing and more consistency by balancing winnings and points. In other news, the Formula 1 US Grand Prix organizers have decided to schedule their event in Austin on the same weekend as the NASCAR Sprint Cup - AAA Texas 500 race at Texas Motor Speedway on Nov 2—the area will be overflowing with fans of both races so book your hotels and grab your tickets at a low $142 now!
8/12/13 - The NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule began with the Sprint Unlimited at the famous Daytona International Speedway February 16 and will conclude at the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway November 17. The season is grueling, featuring 36 races across North America. It is important for the teams and drivers to focus on pacing themselves as to not burn out.
When the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series was half way over, we evaluated the standings and prices of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tickets for the remaining races. The current leader Jimmie Johnson was also atop the NASCAR standings at that time. The top 10 at the end of June was similar to the top 10 now; only positions within the top have changed. One driver to keep your eye on in the standings is Brad Keselowski who currently sits in eighth. The 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Drivers' Champion was being written off until last weekend when he moved up four spots in the standings with a second place finish at The Glen. Should Keselowski not qualify for Chase to the Sprint Cup, the defending champion would be just the second in history to miss the next year’s Chase after winning the previous year. And, although Tony Stewart was in the lead for a wild card spot, he is out for the rest of the season with a broken leg. Stewart was the 2011 Driver’s Champion.
The track is heating up heading into the final turn to the Chase for the Sprint Cup and so too are ticket prices. The Chase will begin September 15 in Chicago; Geico 400 tickets are averaging $110. Irwin Tools Night Race in Bristol is the most expensive race remaining on the NASCAR Spring Cup Series schedule averaging $173. The cheapest race is in Phoenix for AdvoCare 500 Phoenix in which NASCAR tickets are averaging $89.