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NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Tickets

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is one of the top racing events of National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. The event was first organized in 1949 by the name of Strictly Stock Series. In that very first series, there were eight races arranged on Daytona Beach Street and Dirt Oval Tracks. However, the first proper race of Strictly Stock was arranged on June of 1949 at Charlotte Speedway. Jim Roper was the first winner of the race, and the championship series was won by Red Byron. If you wish to attend the upcoming racing event, book your NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tickets today!

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About NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

 
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series was renamed Grand National in 1959, a name that remained till 1971. The Martinsville Speedway track has been a part of NASCAR racing course schedule since 1949. In the early years, majority of the NASCAR races were held at dirt oval shaped tracks that were shorter and rough. In 1950, Darlington Raceway was opened, becoming the very first properly paved racing track, about one mile long. In 1960, even advance a version of tracks named superspeedways were introduced, and the dirt tracks were used lesser and lesser.
 
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series arranged premier series from 1972 to 2003, naming it Winston Cup Series. The series was completely sponsored by “R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company”. The change brought by the sponsorship of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company included the number of races reduced from 48 to 31. In 2003, the sponsorship with RJR ended, and NASCAR transferred the sponsorship rights to NEXTEL the telecom company. The name of the series was changed to NEXTEL Cup Series in 2004.
 
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series also introduced a whole new system in 2004. The new system was very much an influence of “USAR Hooter Pro Cup Series”. According to these changes, the top ten drivers and teams of the first 26 races became automatically eligible for winning championship after competing in playoffs in the last 10 races of the series. The name given to these changes was “Chase for the NEXTEL Cup”, often called “the Chase”.  Later the name was changed and finalized as Sprint branding.
 
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series also offers a number of awards to the winning racers that end up outside The Chase, as encouragement. Since 2007, the driver to score highest in non-Chase events is awarded with bonus and is also given a position at the stage in the banquet of post season awards. The points and chase system in NASCAR was basically implemented to bring more competition in the races, and to increase the television ratings. Apart from the driver’s championship races, NASCAR also arranges Spring Cup owner’s championships.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase championships have been Kurt Busch, Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart. Jimmie Johnson was a champion from 2006 to 2010. Tony Stewart managed to win the championship in 2005 and 2011. If you wish to catch some racing thrill, make sure you book your NASCAR Spring Cup Series tickets today!

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