TOYOTA OWNERS 400 - NASCAR CUP SERIES
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Event: Toyota Owners 400
Location: Richmond Raceway in Richmond, Va.
Sport: NASCAR Cup Series
Notable Race: 1986, Dale Earnhardt spun out Darrell Waltrip and Kyle Petty won
Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series TicketsThe first Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series race was called the Richmond 200 and was held in 1953. Lee Petty took home the prize and the average lap speed was 45.535 mph. 127 races have taken place at Richmond Raceway. The 2019 winner was Martin Truex, Jr. Since 1953, the average lap speed has increased to 99.852 mph. In 2019, the pole position winner, Martin Truex, Jr., had a speed of 124.298. NASCAR Legends have also competed at this track, including Ned Jarrett, Bobby Allison and Benny Parsons. In 1986, Kyle Petty was the winner after Dale Earnhardt spun out Darrell Waltrip. Both drivers were battling for first place. In 2018, despite starting from deep in the pack, Kyle Busch managed to emerge victorious, a feat that is a record. Richard Petty holds the record for most races. StubHub is your source for Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets.
How much are Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series tickets?Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series ticket prices start relatively low. Fans can sit in one of the five grandstand sections and towers that all have different prices. For the latest pricing information, take a look at StubHub.
What notable players have been at the Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series?Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series race has undergone several name changes as well as schedule changes. The first race took place in 1953 and was won by Lee Petty. Since then, the race has been won by NASCAR Legends such as Kyle Petty, Junior Johnson and Cale Yarborough as well as up-and-comers like Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski and Martin Truex, Jr. Other notable drivers who have raced at this event are Dale Earnhardt, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Jeff Gordon.
What date is the Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series?The date for the Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series schedule is Sunday, April 19, 2020.
How big is Richmond Raceway?Richmond Raceway is a 3/4-mile, D oval-shaped track. When it broke ground, its surface was made from dirt. Like all other tracks on the NASCAR circuit, it has been paved. There are 51,000 seats. 680 seats are part of the TORQUE Club and the Victory Lane Club comfortably fits 80. There are also 40 luxury suites. The venue sits on 1,000 acres and has become a multi-purpose entertainment center.
What is a Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series race like?A Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series race is known to get rowdy in a good way. For the locals, racing is a tradition. These frequent watchers know that when the race rolls around, NASCAR fans from across the country will descend, and all are welcome. Your day can begin with tailgating activities and then Fan Zone activities. After, you can head over to your seat to catch the pre-race ceremony and the green flag.
How is the tailgating scene at Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series?Tailgating is expected, and so is on-site camping. Fans can pick a ticket package that includes amenities like electricity and other hook-ups. There are six designated camping areas that offer tent and RV options.
What other races like the Toyota Owners 400 - NASCAR Cup Series can I attend?Fans can attend additional races including the GEICO 500 at the Talladega Superspeedway, the Kansas 400 at the Kansas Speedway and the FireKeepers Casino 400 at the Michigan International Speedway.
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