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Jul 21

Sun

02:30pm

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Indianapolis, IN

NASCAR Cup Series - Brickyard 400

From $54.69

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Aug 11

Sun

06:00pm

Richmond Raceway

Richmond, VA

NASCAR Cup Series - Cook Out 400

From $34.21

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Aug 18

Sun

11:30am

Michigan International Speedway

Brooklyn (MI), MI

NASCAR Cup Series - Reserved Admission

From $45.73

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Aug 18

Sun

02:30pm

Michigan International Speedway

Brooklyn (MI), MI

NASCAR Cup Series - FireKeepers Casino 400

From $42.26

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Aug 24

Sat

07:30pm

Daytona International Speedway

Daytona Beach, FL

NASCAR Cup Series - Coke Zero Sugar 400

From $65.24

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Sep 01

Sun

06:00pm

Darlington Raceway

Darlington, SC

NASCAR Cup Series - Cook Out Southern 500

From $67.06

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Sep 07

Sat

02:59pm

Atlanta Motor Speedway

Atlanta, GA

Quaker State 400 - Weekend Package (September 7-8)

From $96.01

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Sep 08

Sun

03:00pm

Atlanta Motor Speedway

Atlanta, GA

NASCAR Cup Series - Quaker State 400

From $59.94

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Sep 15

Sun

03:00pm

Watkins Glen International

Watkins Glen, NY

NASCAR Cup Series - Go Bowling at the Glen

From $107.38

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Sep 20

Fri

07:29pm

Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway

Bristol, TN

Bass Pro Shops Night Race - 2 Day Weekend Pass (September 20-21)

From $430.56

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Sep 21

Sat

07:30pm

Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway

Bristol, TN

NASCAR Cup Series - Bass Pro Shops Night Race

From $90.88

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Sep 29

Sun

03:00pm

Kansas Speedway

Kansas City (KS), KS

NASCAR Cup Series - Hollywood Casino 400

From $61.55

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Oct 06

Sun

01:00pm

Talladega SuperSpeedway

Lincoln (Alabama), AL

NASCAR Cup Series - YellaWood 500

From $79.92

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Oct 12

Sat

02:59pm

Charlotte Motor Speedway - Complex

Concord (NC), NC

Bank of America ROVAL 400 - Weekend Package (October 12-13)

From $97.76

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Oct 13

Sun

02:00pm

Charlotte Motor Speedway - Complex

Concord (NC), NC

NASCAR Cup Series - Bank of America ROVAL 400

From $66.11

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Oct 18

Fri

04:59pm

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Las Vegas, NV

NASCAR Cup Series - 3 Day Pass (10/18-10/20)

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Oct 19

Sat

12:30pm

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Las Vegas, NV

NASCAR Cup Series - South Point 400 - Weekend Package (October 19-20, 2024)

From $163.46

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Oct 20

Sun

11:30am

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Las Vegas, NV

NASCAR Cup Series - South Point 400

From $46.01

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Oct 27

Sun

02:30pm

Homestead-Miami Speedway

Homestead, FL

NASCAR Cup Series

From $60.89

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Nov 03

Sun

02:00pm

Martinsville Speedway

Ridgeway, VA

NASCAR Cup Series - Xfinity 500

From $42.38

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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 09

Sat

03:59pm

Phoenix Raceway

Avondale, AZ

NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series Championships - 2 Day Package (November 9-10)

From $237.04

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Nov 10

Sun

03:00pm

Phoenix Raceway

Avondale, AZ

NASCAR Cup Series Championship

From $93.74

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Feb 16

Sun

02:30pm

Daytona International Speedway

Daytona Beach, FL

Daytona 500

From $127.34

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Mar 09

Sun

12:30pm

Phoenix Raceway

Avondale, AZ

NASCAR Cup Series

From $126.75

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May 25

Sun

06:00pm

Charlotte Motor Speedway - Complex

Concord (NC), NC

NASCAR Cup Series - Coca-Cola 600 2025

From $90.61

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NASCAR Cup Series

Season: Feb 3-Nov 10 (NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs: Sept 8-Nov 10)

Top Constructors: Chevrolet, Toyota, Ford

Top Teams: Penske, Hendrick, Joe Gibbs, 23XI, Roush Fenway, Trackhouse Racing

Top Drivers: Ryan Blaney (Penske), Kyle Larson (Hendrick), William Byron (Hendrick), Chris Bell (Joe Gibbs Racing), Denny Hamlin (Joe Gibbs Racing), Tyler Reddick (23XI), Chris Buescher (Roush Fenway), Brad Keselowski (Roush Fenway), Ross Chastain (Trackhouse Racing), Bubba Wallace (23XI)

NASCAR Cup Series

The NASCAR Cup Series is the top division of stock car racing in the United States, with races taking place at speedways and race courses across the nation throughout the spring, summer, and fall months. Top NASCAR Cup Series races like the Coca Cola 600, Cook Out 400, Ally 400, Hollywood Casino 400, and Cookout Southern 500 are well known for drawing many thousands of motorsports fans to iconic tracks like the Charlotte Motor Speedway, Pocono Raceway, Phoenix Raceway, Nashville Superspeedway, and Watkins Glen. Do not miss your chance to be there for the roar of the engines and the roar of the crowd at a rubber-burning, brake-squealing, metal-crunching NASCAR Cup Series race this year. Buy your NASCAR Cup Series tickets from TicketX today!

How can I find cheap NASCAR Cup Series race tickets?

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 top level of the sport, the NASCAR Cup Series pulls in the biggest crowds of all, with tens of thousands of racing fans gathering at tracks nationwide on race weekends to drink, eat, meet old friends, and cheer for their favorite drivers. This all creates 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 Cup Series races, trust TicketX! TicketX lists all NASCAR Cup Series tickets as they become available and our handy seating chart is the best way to compare prices and seat locations.  Best of all, we guarantee a fixed fee of 20% (unlike other resale sites such as StubHub, SeatGeek, and TicketMaster, who have fluctuating service fees that vary based on venue, ticket type, or ticket price). NASCAR Cup Series tickets can be yours with a single click, all with the lowest commission fees around!

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

The 2024 Nascar Cup Series race schedule/lineup consists of 36 races. These races are held across the United States, generally in the South (though not exclusively) at ovals, tri-ovals, superspeedways, and road courses. The Playoffs for the Nascar Cup Series begin in the fall (Sept 8), culminating in the NASCAR Cup Series Championship Race in Avondale on Nov 10. Check TicketX for the cheapest tickets to all upcoming NASCAR events! The remaining NASCAR Cup Series races of the 2024 Regular Season include:

When are the NASCAR Playoffs taking place? Where are the NASCAR Playoffs taking place?

The NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs take place across two months of 10 races, with the field of competitors gradually whittled down through four rounds (Round of 16, Round of 12, Round of 8, Championship 4) until a NASCAR Champion is finally crowned. The Playoffs begin on September 8 at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia with the Quaker State 400 and conclude on November 10 at Phoenix Raceway (Avondale, Arizona) with the NASCAR Cup Series Championship Race.

2024 NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs Schedule

Round of 16

September 8 - Quaker State 400 @ Atlanta Motor Speedway (Hampton, GA)

September 15 - Go Bowling at The Glen @ Watkins Glen International (Watkins Glen, NY)

September 21 - Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race @ Bristol Motor Speedway (Bristol, TN)

Round of 12

September 29 - Hollywood Casino 400 @ Kansas Speedway (Kansas City, KS)

October 6 - YellaWood 500 @ Talladega Superspeedway (Lincoln, AL)

October 13 - Bank of America ROVAL 400 @ Charlotte Motor Speedway (Concord, NC)

Round of 8

October 20 - South Point 400 @ Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Las Vegas, NV)

October 27 - Dixie Vodka 400 @ Homestead-Miami Speedway (Homestead, FL)

November 3 - Xfinity 500 @ Martinsville Speedway (Ridgeway, VA)

Championship 4

November 10 - NASCAR Cup Series Championship Race @ Phoenix Raceway (Avondale, AZ)

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

The man to beat in 2024 is Ryan Blaney of Penske, who won the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series as Champion based on his excellent performance in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs and overall points tally of 5035. Kyle Larson and William Byron of Hendrick, who finished inches off the pace at 5034 and 5033 in what was one of the closest championship battles in recent history, will also be ones to watch for 2024. Ross Chastain (Trackhouse Racing), who won the year-end NASCAR Cup Series Championship Race in Avondale in 2023 and finished 9th overall, is another contender, as is Martin Truex Jr. (Joe Gibbs Racing), who was the regular season champion but faded in the Playoffs and ended up 11th. 2023 Rookie of the Year Ty Gibbs (Joe Gibbs Racing) will also be looking to build on his success. Book your NASCAR tickets with TicketX right away to see all these exciting teams and their drivers in action this year!

Is attending a NASCAR Cup Series Race exciting? Is attending a NASCAR Cup Series race fun?

Attending a NASCAR Cup Series race is quite different from attending most other sporting events. Because so many fans travel considerable distances 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 out of this world fun, with scores of fans camping out, grilling, drinking, and socializing in the build-up to the big race. And when those 40 engines do rev up, be prepared! You’ll be truly blown away by the sound, speed, and sheer excitement of watching NASCAR live! Do not miss out on your chance to attend a NASCAR Cup Series race in 2024. Get onto TicketX right now and book your NASCAR Cup Series tickets today!

What kinds of cars are used in NASCAR?

On the surface, the three types of vehicles used in the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (better known as NASCAR) might seem rather ordinary: Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, and Toyota Camry. And while it is true that, unlike the space age designs of Formula 1 or IndyCar Series cars, all of these brands are ones that you could see on your commute home from work today, don’t be fooled: NASCAR vehicles are not your ordinary run-of-the-mill cars. This is especially true of the cars of the NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR’s highest level of racing, where teams of designers, engineers, and others come together to improve the components, aerodynamics, fuel efficiency, and maneuverability of their cars to try to get that vital edge and win the race.

What kinds of tracks are used for NASCAR races?

NASCAR Cup Series races take place on three different types of tracks: ovals, tri-ovals (an oval with a triangle shape built into one side), and road courses (which have all kinds of irregular turns to deal with). But no two racetracks out of the many used by NASCAR are ever the same, forcing drivers and their teams to contend with new variables and concerns with each separate race. Most NASCAR Cup Series races run for 500 miles (804 km) and take from 2 to 4 hours to complete, though this can vary considerably based on the weather, the track, and other factors.

What does it take to be a NASCAR driver?

With races zipping by at an average speed of 70 mph (113 km/h) on road tracks or 153 mph (246 km/h) on ovals, NASCAR Cup Series drivers must be physically fit and highly skilled in order to maneuver their car quickly, strategically, and safely within close-running packs of up to 40 vehicles on challenging banked tracks. With races occurring from early February to mid-November, including the Playoffs in the fall, NASCAR Cup Series drivers and their teams must do well in every race to pick up as many points as possible and finish high in the standings in order to have a shot at becoming champions.


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