NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Tickets in Las Vegas

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Find your NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tickets today! The roaring engines, the excited crowds, and the world-class racing action make NASCAR Sprint Series races one of the biggest spectator sports in the world. Whether you’re attending a race at Daytona International Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, or Indianapolis Motor Speedway you can find cheap NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tickets onTicketNetwork.com!

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NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Tickets

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is the highest level of professional stock car racing and has become one of the fastest growing sports among fans. Drivers like Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. captivate onlookers as they speed around the tracks at over 200 mph. Races like the Daytona 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 are not just races, they are all day events that NASCAR fans wait all season for. If you want to join the thousands of fans on race day, look through the selection of Sprint Cup Series tickets on TicketNetwork and join the high speed action.

Whether you love Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch, or just love to hate Jeff Gordon, make sure you get down to the track and experience what NASCAR is all about. From the smell of the rubber to sound of the engines revving around the track, getting Sprint Cup NASCAR tickets is a trip for all your senses.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Scoring System

Formally known as the NEXTEL Cup Series and Winston Cup Series, the Sprint Cup Series has changed NASCAR forever. In 2004, the series introduced a new scoring system to determine the champion of that season. Drivers accumulate points during each race, and after 26 races, the top twelve advance to participate in the "Chase for the Championship." This new format has allowed for an increase in competitiveness on the track, during the final ten races, these twelve drivers battle it out to be crowned champion. The knowledgeable fans of NASCAR have embraced the "Chase," and the final ten races are often the best selling Sprint Cup Series tickets year in and year out.