Federated Auto Parts 400 News and Updates
6/5/14 - NASCAR's previous points-based system used to render the Federated Auto Parts 400 obsolete, especially if frontrunners led by whopping margins. Under the new system however, the Federated Auto Parts 400 may be the most exciting race of the year to attend. It is the final opportunity to advance to the Sprint Cup Championship Series for the driver that lands in victory lane. There are five studs without wins thus far on the season, including Matt Kenseth, Clint Bowyer, Greg Biffle, Kasey Kahne and Ryan Newman—if they continue without a win/berth, this September 6 race at Richmond International Speedway will be their only chance left to get into the Championship! Get your Federated Auto Parts 400 tickets now and be in the stands for the last regular season race of the year.
The Federated Auto Parts 400 is can't-miss qualifying event along the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Richmond International Raceway offers one of the best NASCAR atmospheres to be a part of, and excitement is always explosive when the Federated Auto Parts 400 kicks off. It is, after all, the last "regular season" race of the season! Fans flock to Richmond every September because after this nail-biter, the top twelve drivers in the standings are announced for the final ten races in the Chase for the Sprint Cup!
Federated Auto Parts 400 tickets are always a hot item, because everyone wants to be there to see who will make it to the championship, and who wouldn't want to be? The best of the best compete in "America's Premiere Short Track" for 400 laps of heart-pounding side-by-side racing action. With emotions running high, there's always commotion between drivers who leave it all out on the track desperately trying to make the final cut. Get your Federated Auto Parts 400 tickets now and be there for NASCAR's season finale "under the lights"!
You've got to be in the stands for this one: billed the "One Last Race to Make The Chase." Last year's event was definitely one for the books: by the slightest of hairs, Carl Edwards took the checkered flag, Martin Truex Jr. made the Chase, and Jeff Gordon and Ryan Newman were left out. With such high implications at Richmond, controversy ignited over Clint Bowyer allegedly spinning-out with seven laps to go, so that Michael Waltrip Racing teammate Truex could advance—afterwards, the team received the biggest penalty in NASCAR history (minus 50 points for all three MWR cars & Truex subsequently eliminated). See what drama unfolds this year!