Five months remain on the NASCAR schedule, and the circuit will run from Daytona to Talladega to Texas before wrapping up with the Ford EcoBoost 400 on November 17 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. Among the remaining races, 10 will be playoff races, starting with the South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on September 15. As of June 28, the race to the top was tight with Ford’s Joey Logano in first place with 643 points and Toyota’s Kyle Busch just a point behind. The next closest driver was Ford’s Kevin Harvick with 573 points.
On the primary market, Ticketmaster has face value tickets available for the Quaker State 400 starting at $60, the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 starting at just $10, and the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 starting at just over $52. These races, along with all other Cup Series events are also available on the secondary market.
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As for early highlights and standings, the most dramatic finish came when Kurt Busch beat his brother Kyle at Kentucky Speedway in overtime to the finish line by .076 seconds, the closest margin of victory at a 1.5-mile intermediate speedway this season. It was the first Cup triumph for a Chevrolet at Kentucky, which began hosting races in NASCAR’s premier series in 2011. Despite the win, Kyle still leads the standings with Kurt in sixth place.
Below is a look at get-in prices for all Nascar Cup Series events on the secondary market:
6/30 - Camping World 400 @ Chicagoland Speedway, JOLIET, IL - Tickets start at $38 🎟️
7/6 - Coke Zero Sugar 400 @ Daytona International Speedway, DAYTONA BEACH, FL - Tickets start at $57 🎟️
7/13 - Quaker State 400 @ Kentucky Speedway, SPARTA, KY - Tickets start at $88 🎟️