Geico 500 2015 News and Updates
6/12/14 – The Geico 500 is the sixth race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, held at NASCAR’s Most Competitive track, Talladega Superspeedway. Every year, hoards of NASCAR faithful flock to the track to watch this make-or-break race—and we can see why! Because the field of competitors narrows greatly by this point in the championship, the Geico 500 will either wreck a drivers run with poor placement, or cause some serious dents in the standings with a checkered flag finish. Geico 500 tickets start at $62 for Gadsden front stretch seats on Oct 19. Catch every turn and see which driver makes his bid for the title with Geico 500 tickets today!
NASCAR’s most competitive track, the legendary Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama, hosts the Geico 500 on Sunday, October 19 this year and is the sixth race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup Series. The superspeedway is the biggest and steepest track in NASCAR at 2.66 miles long and with 33-degree banking plus, boasts the most acreage for vehicle parking and camping, including the only FREE camping on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series circuit.
Matt Kenseth won last year’s rain-interrupted 400 mile race; the victory was Kenseth's sixth of the season and kept him in the top seed in the Chase. Drivers are going to have to go an extra 100 miles for the win this year and the Gecko will be rooting for Casey Mears in the Geico #13 car. While drivers can save up to 15% on their car insurance, NASCAR fans can find some great deals too on Geico 500 tickets! For $81 you can catch all the action coming out of Turn 4 and for an additional $4 you can sit near the entrance to pit road. At $112, you’ll have a good view of the finish line with a seat just past it, heading towards Turn 1.