Axalta We Paint Winners 400 Tickets

Axalta We Paint Winners 400 Tickets are on sale now! The Axalta We Paint Winners 400, held at beautiful Pocono Raceway, is the perfect way to spend a spring day in the northeast. The race is held near the midpoint of the Sprint Cup schedule and is important for drivers trying to earn valuable Cup points. The Axalta We Paint Winners 400 is one of two races held at the track—the other being the Pennsylvania 500 in early August. Be among 76,000 diehard fans as the world’s best stock car drivers battle on the triangular, 2.5 mile track. The race is an annual sellout so don’t hesitate to purchase your Axalta We Paint Winners 400 tickets.
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The Pocono 400 is right around the corner, do you have your tickets to this unique race on Sunday? The "Tricky Triangle" is a must-see in the Sprint Cup Series—it trips up even the most talented NASCAR leaders. Pocono tickets have dropped from $48 at the start of the season, to the current unbeatable minimum price of $24. Pocono 400 tickets are cheaper now than ever, lock yours in ASAP!
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Are you ready for another Party in the Poconos? Located at the most unique track in the Sprint Cup, the Pocono 400 takes place among the Pocono Mountains in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. Pocono Raceway poses a 2.5-mile tri-oval track that has garnered the notorious nickname: the "Tricky Triangle." Even the best in the game have trouble with the rare design, which makes the Pocono 400 one of the most thrilling events to attend all year.

Pocono 400 tickets offer a bargain NASCAR price. You can get-in for as low as $48 on June 8, for what is sure to be the highlight of your summer. Lock in Pocono 400 tickets now and join in on the party!

The most talented drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travel up north to Pocono, and there's nothing like watching them expertly crusade 160 laps on the triangular speedway. Pocono also offers the longest straightaway on schedule, which means electrifying lead changes happen all the time. Jimmie Johnson won the 400 last year, his third in the Poconos, shutting down Greg Biffle by 1.208 seconds.
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