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NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Tickets

Aug 10

Sat

07:30pm

Richmond Raceway

Richmond, VA

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series - Clean Harbors 250

From $45.52

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Aug 25

Sun

03:00pm

The Milwaukee Mile Speedway at Wisconsin State Fair Park

West Allis, WI

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Playoff Race and ARCA Menards Series (Doubleheader)

From $78.20

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Sep 19

Thu

08:00pm

Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway

Bristol, TN

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series - UNOH 200 And Bush's Beans 200 (Doubleheader)

From $58.24

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Sep 27

Fri

04:30pm

Kansas Speedway

Kansas City (KS), KS

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Playoff Race and ARCA Menards Series (Doubleheader)

From $34.48

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Oct 04

Fri

04:00pm

Talladega SuperSpeedway

Lincoln (Alabama), AL

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series - Love's RV Stop 250

From $54.69

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Oct 26

Sat

03:00pm

Homestead-Miami Speedway

Homestead, FL

NASCAR Xfinity Series and Craftsman Truck Series (Doubleheader)

From $72.36

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Nov 01

Fri

06:00pm

Martinsville Speedway

Ridgeway, VA

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Playoff Race

From $47.22

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Nov 08

Fri

07:59pm

Phoenix Raceway

Avondale, AZ

NASCAR Cup Series, Xfinity Series and Craftsman Truck Series Championship - 3 Day Package (November 8-10)

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Nov 08

Fri

08:00pm

Phoenix Raceway

Avondale, AZ

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Championship Race

From $32.17

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NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series

Season: Feb 16-Nov 8 (NASCAR Craftsman Truck Playoffs: Aug 25-Nov 8)

Top Constructors: Chevrolet, Toyota, Ford

Top Teams: ThorSport, CR7 Motorsports, Spire Motorsports, Tricon Garage, McAnally-Hilgemann Racing, Rev Racing

Top Drivers: Ben Rhodes (ThorSport), Grant Enfinger (CR7 Motorsports), Carson Hocevar (Spire Motorsports), Corey Heim (Tricon Garage), Christian Eckes (McAnally-Hilgemann Racing), Nick Sanchez (Rev Racing), Zane Smith (Spire Motorsports), Ty Majeski (ThorSport), Matt Crafton (ThorSport), Chase Purdy (Spire Motorsports)

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series

In the minds of most Americans, pickup trucks are usually associated more with fishing, hunting, hauling friends’ old couches away as an unpaid favor, and mournful country music ballads than with top speed and maneuverability. And yet pickup trucks are exactly what you will find on the start line if you attend one of the races in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, the third tier of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (better known as NASCAR). The three models of truck used for the races – the Chevrolet Silverado, Ford F-150, and the Toyota Tundra – might seem equally mundane, the kinds of trucks that your dad or grandpa drives around in, but don’t be fooled: NASCAR trucks are not your ordinary run-of-the-mill pickups. On the contrary, the trucks of the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series are souped-up, state-of-the-art machines, with teams of designers, engineers, and mechanics working together to improve the components, aerodynamics, fuel efficiency, and maneuverability of their cars and get that vital edge to win the race. The vast majority of NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races take place on oval courses, apart from the XPEL 225, which is held at the Circuit of the Americas, a road course. No two racetracks used by NASCAR are ever really the same, though, which forces drivers and their teams to contend with new variables and concerns with each separate race. Most NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races run for approximately 200-250 miles (322-402 km) and take from 2 to 3 hours to complete, though this can vary considerably based on the weather, the track, and other factors. With races zipping by at high speeds, NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series drivers must be physically fit and highly skilled in order to maneuver their car deftly, strategically, and safely, avoiding crashes within close-running packs of up to 36 vehicles on challenging banked oval tracks. With races occurring from early February to mid-November, including the Playoffs in the fall, NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series drivers and their teams must try to take as many points as possible in every race to ensure that they have a shot at the Championship. Don’t miss the fastest pickup trucks on asphalt in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race this year. Buy your NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series tickets from TicketX today!

How can I get cheap tickets to NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races?

NASCAR is very much an American sport, with very few people outside the United States knowing much about NASCAR (with the possible exception of Canada) or recognizing the true extent of its popularity. As the third level of the sport, the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series still pulls in big crowds, with thousands of racing fans driving long distances to gather at tracks nationwide to drink, eat, meet old friends, and cheer for their favorite drivers. This all makes for a fantastic atmosphere on race day (or race weekend), but also leads to high demand for tickets, which frequently sell out well in advance. To find the cheapest tickets to NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races, trust TicketX! TicketX lists all NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series tickets as they become available and our handy seating chart is the best way to compare prices and seat locations. NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series tickets can be yours with just one click, all with the lowest commission fees around!

What is the lineup/schedule for NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races in 2024? Where will NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races be taking place in 2024?

The 2024 Nascar Craftsman Truck Series race schedule/lineup consists of 23 races. These races are held across the United States, generally in the South (though not exclusively) at ovals and road courses. The Playoffs for the Nascar Craftsman Truck Series begin in the fall (Aug 25), culminating in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Championship Race in Avondale on Nov 8. Check TicketX for the cheapest tickets to all upcoming NASCAR events! 

Which team and which driver will win the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Championship in 2024?

The man in the hot seat who everyone will be looking to beat in 2024 will probably be Ben Rhodes of ThorSport, who squeaked past rival Grant Enfinger of CR7 Motorsports in 2023 by a single point (4032-4031) to win last year’s NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Championship. Enfinger will no doubt be revving up for revenge this year, but he will have plenty of company in fellow 2023 finalists Carson Hocevar (Spire Motorsports) and Corey Heim (Tricon Garage). 2023 Rookie of the Year Nick Sanchez (Rev Racing) will also be looking to build on his strong 6th place showing last year and challenge for the title. And of course, we should never count out three-time Craftsman Truck Series champion Matt Crafton (ThorSport), who will be keen for a return to glory. Get your NASCAR tickets from TicketX right away to see all these exciting teams and their drivers in action this year!

Is attending a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Race exciting? Is attending a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race fun?

Attending a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race is quite different from attending most other sporting events. Because so many fans travel a long way to be there, race days are usually transformed into race weekends (sometimes stretching to 3-4 days), with all sorts of concerts, parties, car events, qualifying rounds, and fanfests taking place. Tailgating at NASCAR events is a whole lot of fun, with scores of fans camping out, grilling, drinking, and socializing in the build-up to the big race. And when those 36 truck engines do rev up in unison, VROOM! You’ll be blown away by the sound, speed, and sheer excitement of NASCAR trucks live! Do not miss your chance to attend a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race in 2024. Use TicketX right now to book your NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series tickets today!


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