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Go Bowling 400 Tickets
Sport: NASCAR Racing
Track: Kansas Speedway
Series: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup
First Race: 2011
Go Bowling 400 TicketsThe Go Bowling 400 (known as the STP 400, 5-Hour Energy 400, SpongeBob SquarePants 400, KC Masterpiece 400 or its current moniker Digital Ally 400) is an annual NASCAR race held at the Kansas Speedway. The finest competitors in racing fight for dominance across 400 miles and 267 laps worth of track with only one able to come out the victor. Always drawing a tremendous crowd, the Go Bowling 400 can safely be said to beat out most other races in terms of significance and general enthusiasm from fans in attendance. No matter what it might be called eventually, this race remains one of the most thrilling times in the entire sport of NASCAR, especially for fans lucky enough to see it live. If you'd like to experience the speed and power of the race yourself, get Go Bowling 400 tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get Go Bowling 400 tickets?If you'd like to see the Go Bowling 400 race as it happens, your best bet would be to get tickets at StubHub. As the world's largest online ticket vendor, StubHub has all the best seats for events like racing, theater, live concerts, sports and more.
When did the Go Bowling 400 first take place?The original race held at this spot in the Series was known as the STP 400 and took place in 2011. Over time, the race's name has changed with new sponsors while the content stays more or less exactly as it was.
Who were some of the past winners of the Go Bowling 400 race?Some of the best racers in the history of NASCAR have competed in the Go Bowling 400, one each year taking home the gold. To date, those in that illustrious ground include Brad Keselowski in both 2011 and 2019 (making him the only racer to have won the race twice), Denny Hamlin in 2012, Matt Kenseth in 2013, Jeff Gordon in 2014, Jimmie Johnson in 2015, Kyle Busch in 2016, Martin Truex Jr. in 2017 and Kevin Harvick in 2018. In a way, many of these drivers can be said to be direct rivals of one another, more than a few having raced in multiple Go Bowling 400 races in the past against each other.
How long does a Go Bowling 400 race last?The exact length of a given Go Bowling 400 race will vary depending on tons of different factors from weather to the condition of the drivers on any given day. Over the years, the average length of a given race in terms of time is around three hours or so, give or take 30 minutes. In terms of laps, each race is set at 267 save for the 2019 race in which an overtime finish required 271 laps to declare a winner.
When does the Go Bowling 400 take place?While the exact date of the race is subject to change, the Go Bowling 400 tends to take place in late April or early May, barring the first race, which was held in June.
What is it like to see the Go Bowling 400 in person?The Go Bowling 400 race is an event like no other in the world of racing. Designed almost like a festival, various tents set up around the track where fans and celebrity guests can congregate to enjoy food, fun and various other festivities prior to the race. In the Go Bowling days, for example, there were full bowling lanes available to play.
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