COKE ZERO SUGAR 400 - NASCAR CUP SERIES
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Event: Coke Zero 400
Location: Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Fla.
Original Name: Firecracker 250
Series: NASCAR Cup
Most Wins: David Pearson with five wins
Coke Zero Sugar 400 TicketsThe Coke Zero Sugar 400 is a unique stock car race that draws thousands of spectators each year. The race was extended to 400 miles in 1963, and Coke Zero Sugar later picked up the sponsorship of the race. The race has become one of the most popular in the NASCAR cup series, having been held for years during the July 4 weekend. The timing of the race during the middle of summer gives spectators the chance to enjoy the Florida sunshine and see an exciting race while being just minutes from the Florida coastline. In 2020, the race is being moved to the end of August, making it the last race of the regular NASCAR season before the playoffs begin. The Coke Zero Sugar 400 is a 160-lap race that is the final chance for professional racers to make it into the playoffs. The Coke Zero Sugar 400 is generally a family-friendly NASCAR race, and it's one of the cornerstones of the NASCAR circuit. Get your tickets for the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at StubHub.
How big is Daytona International Speedway?As one of the largest raceways in the country, the Daytona International Speedway is a 2.5-mile tri-oval. The speedway is famous for its 31-degree high banks and is commonly referred to as the "World Center of Racing." The speedway has been remodeled with 101,500 brand-new seats along the front stretch as well as 60 new trackside suites, 11 huge social areas and three new concourse levels. There are also five new fan entrances and 40 new escalators to help guests navigate the concourse.
When is the Coke Zero Sugar 400?Make your plans to attend the Coke Zero Sugar 400 on Aug. 29, 2020.
What is the Coke Zero Sugar 400 experience like?The Coke Zero Sugar 400 is generally a high-intensity, edge-of-your-seat car race featuring fast speeds, loud engine revs and plenty of crowd cheering. Because the race takes place in summertime in Florida, you can expect it to be warm. There are plenty of concessions, though, and there is even tailgating before the event where you can partake in food, fun and games.
What happened at the Coke Zero Sugar 400 in 2019?Filled with plenty of dramatic racing, the 2019 Coke Zero Sugar 400 had plenty of challenges, including a huge wreck during stage three that took out almost half of the drivers who were leading the race at the time. The wreck was triggered when the rear of Austin Dillon's car was clipped by Clint Bowyer. The race was eventually won by Justin Haley, driving for Spire Motorsports. The top 20 finishers included many of the most well-known drivers on the circuit, such as Jimmie Johnson who finished in third place, Ty Dillon who finished in fourth place, Ryan Newman who finished in fifth place and Aric Almirola who finished in seventh place. Other finishers included Kurt Busch in 10th place, Kyle Busch in 14th place, Paul Menard in 16th place and Brendan Gaughan in 19th place. Justin Haley won the race after leading just one lap when the race was called due to ongoing lightning in the area for more than two hours.
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